The Binghamton Mets, AA baseball affiliate to the New York Mets, will be at the Arena on Saturday night to meet and greet B-Sens fans on the concourse prior to that night’s 7:05 p.m. B-Sens contest against the Rochester Americans.
Players will be at the front concourse when the doors open at 6 p.m. and also during the first intermission, signing autographs and greeting fans. Fans are encouraged to bring their cameras to have their picture taken with their favorite Mets
The Mets embark on their 15th season in Binghamton with a 6 p.m. game against Akron on Thursday. Visit www.bmets.com for more information on the team.
The Binghamton Senators have several other exciting promotions scheduled for this weekend. Following Friday night’s game, the Senators will hold their annual awards ceremony where they will give out awards for Most Valuable Player, Top Defensive Forward and Top Defenseman among others. The Rocco J. Testani Star of the Year Award and the Best +/- Award will not be announced until the final home game, on April 16 at 5:05 p.m.
Then on Saturday, the Sens will hold their annual Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame inductions. This year’s class includes former Broome Dusters forward Dave Staffen, who once scored 87 goals in a season, and former Binghamton Rangers forward Ken Gernander. The B-Sens will wear special Hall of Fame jerseys on both Friday and Saturday. Those jerseys will be auctioned in the stands immediately following Saturday night’s game and all funds raised through the auction will be donated to the Day Nursery Association.
Also on Friday, it will be “Bike Night.” There will be free motorcycle parking in front of the Arena and several bike vendors will display their products on the Arena concourse.
Call (607) 722-SENS for ticket information.