In 1962, the New York Met’s were one of the first expansion teams in the MLB and since then have won 2 World Series championships. Departing from Shea Stadium in 2008, the Met’s now make their home in Citi Field.
The cleanliness compared to the Met’s first few seasons; not that great. Some of the evidence that the UFE (Urine Feces Everywhere) team found came in the form of trash being left on top of things other than in garbage cans. This was not a good start to the scoring of the Met’s ballpark and their fans, and is why this is the start of the “Worst of the Worst” section. I guess New York fans can be happy that they are at least “better” than the other 9 teams that we will reveal next, but it’s still nothing to be proud of.
We said it before and we will say it again, bathroom behavior is a huge part of the scoring scale. So when a UFE rep sees 40% of men and 10% of woman NOT washing their hands, we will give a lower score. Although women washed more often (as usual), what happened to the other ladies within the 10% who did not wash their hands? Apparently their hands must be magic and not able to absorb germs… so lucky.
For the men, we discovered that there were “Water-less Urinals” instead of the traditional urinals as most of the other stadiums had. We asked someone who was in our vicinity of our research and he said, “I think it’s great that they want to save the environment, but it’s forcing guys to avoid them because of the smell.”