Honor Society pose for a fan through the fence at the New York Mets game on Friday afternoon.
JJJ reader Amanda writes to us, “I went to a New York Mets game and I had VIP tickets so I was able to go into the stadium to watch batting practice. During that time Andrew walked onto the field and I wasn’t sure if it was him or not! He was taking pictures with Alex and someone else and he was with some girl. I didn’t want to go up to him to find out it wasn’t him so I just stayed back. Right before the National Anthem was being sung, four mics were brought out. I was saying how funny it would be if it was them! So all of a sudden, they walk out from my section onto the field. When I saw them, I started crying.”
She continued, “The field was closed so I couldn’t physically go take a picture with them, but I went up to them with my dad and all that was separating us was a net. Alex turned around and saw me and I waved to him and he smiled and waved back at me. Then my dad asked if they could turn around for a picture for my camera. So they did, and after that I told them how much I loved them and my dad said that I was a huge fan and right then and there, Michael came right over to me, stuck his hand through the net, shook my hand, smiled and said ‘Nice to meet you!’ I said thank you and tried not to scream. As soon as I walked away, I started HYSTERICAL crying. It was amazing!”
Honor Society – National Anthem – Mets Game, 04/23