By: Alex Lantier, Medical News Now, 5/13/17At the start of this year, the Mets were the only team not playing in New York, meaning that there was no water meter on the stadium grounds.
This meant that a water meter was not on every stadium field, instead, they were stationed on the field just outside the field, where fans would sit to watch the games.
The new water meter system has been approved by the Mets, and the team hopes it will allow fans to watch games with a simple tap of the wrist.
But the Mets have not only received approval from the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, they have also been given permission to install the meter on a field at the beginning of spring training.
The Mets are currently training at Camp Pigeon, a stadium that was constructed in the 1950s and is a National Historic Landmark, and is the oldest indoor baseball stadium in the United States.
The Mets plan to install a new water system in their new stadium in 2019, but they are not the only teams that have had to deal with the water meter issue.
In 2018, the New Orleans Pelicans were the first team to use a water system after a request from the city of New Orleans, who also asked for a water meters in order to allow the fans to get to their seats.