Syracuse Mets Fan Info

The Syracuse Mets return to NBT Bank Stadium on Wednesday, September 29th!
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Syracuse Mets to Host Bark in the Park #2 & #3, September 15th & 29th 

Bring your dog to the ballpark & enjoy a night out with your best friend 


The Syracuse Mets will host two additional Bark in the Park nights at NBT Bank Stadium in 2021, presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka. Bark in the Park #2 will take place on Wednesday, 9/15 and #3 will take place on Wednesday, 9/29. Fans can bring their dog to the game that night & visit with local animal rescue groups on the concourse throughout the evening. In addition, the 1st 250 dogs through the gates will receive a Syracuse Mets dog bandana, courtesy of Tito’s Handmade Vodka.

All dogs need a ticket to attend Bark in the Park, tickets are $5. Humans can purchase tickets for their dogs over the phone (315-474-7833) or at the Onondaga Coach Ticket Office at NBT Bank Stadium during regular hours, Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or when they arrive for the game that night. Proceeds of dog tickets sales will be donated to animal rescue groups in attendance.

All humans with dogs will be required to sign a waiver prior to entry. One dog per adult (18 years & older). All dogs must be at least 6 months old & be up to date on vaccinations.

As always, every dog at Bark in the Park has the chance to enter the “Mets-minster” Dog Show & win glamorous prizes.

Humans and their dogs will be asked to enter through the 3rd Base Ramp & will need to remain in the “Dog Friendly Locations” at NBT Bank Stadium, see map for details. Humans with dogs will not be allowed entry at other stadium gates.

Please note that the 315 Bullpen Bar & Scooch’s Scoops will be closed on these days.

For more information, please contact Katie Stewart at

Syracuse Mets 2021 Season Extended to October 3rd, Ten Games Added 

Mets to play 130 games, including ten new games as part of “Triple-A Final Stretch” 


The Syracuse Mets 2021 season has been extended to October 3rd with ten additional games added to the schedule that will be played as a new postseason tournament format called the “Triple-A Final Stretch.” This will expand the Syracuse schedule to 130 games total. The ten additional games will be played from September 22nd to October 3rd after the current 120-game schedule ends on September 19th. Syracuse will play five games on the road at Scranton Wilkes-Barre from Wednesday, September 22nd to Sunday, September 26th. Then, Syracuse will end the season at home with five games against the Buffalo Bisons from Wednesday, September 29th to Sunday, October 3rd at NBT Bank Stadium.

In both the Triple-A East and Triple-A West Leagues a 2021 Regular Season Champion will be named based on overall winning percentage through the originally scheduled 120-game season. Then, among all 30 Triple-A teams, there will be a single 2021 Triple-A Final Stretch winner based on the highest overall winning percentage during the ten-game final stretch. Tiebreakers will be used if needed.

Fans can purchase tickets at the Onondaga Coach Ticket Office at NBT Bank Stadium, over the phone during regular office hours (Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or online anytime at



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