When the Binghamton Mets take the field tomorrow evening at NYSEG Stadium to play the Harrisburg Senators they will reach an historic milestone in their existence.  The B-Mets will play their 3,000th game since opening play in the Eastern League in 1992.

The Binghamton Mets have  been in operation since 1992.  Over that span they have won two Eastern League Championships...one in that initial season of 1992 and again in 1994.  Binghamton has been affiliated with the New York Mets since that first campaign.

Over the years many of New York's standouts helped to develop their careers in Binghamton.  Players like David Wright, Jose Reyes, Matt Harvey, Josh Thole and dozens more all honed their skills at NYSEG Stadium.

Tomorrow night the B-Mets will give fans a chance to celebrate their milestone by offering two-for-one pricing on fountain Cokes and those of legal age can purchase two-for-one specials on select draft beers.

Tomorrow night's game kicks off a seven-game homestand.  Following four games against the Senators the B-Mets host the Akron Aeros for three in a row next Monday through Wednesday.