Chicago Mets Fan is about chronicling my adventures as a Mets fan in Chicago having moved here from New York City in June 2007. I’m a huge sports fan, so every now and then I will expand on topics outside of my Mets adventures that often include my partner in crime, my husband Nik.
I was born and raised in Connecticut and have been a Mets fan for as long as I can remember. I can’t recall my first Mets game exactly, but I do know one of the earliest games I had been to was when the Mets retired Tom Seaver’s No. 41 in 1988.
Professionally, I graduated from Marist College with a BA in Communication and proceeded to have many great jobs in various media outlets while residing in Queens, NY and now in Chicago.
I am very honored to have been featured locally in Chicago during the Mets/Cubs 2015 NLCS: What It’s Like To Be a Diehard Mets Fan in Chicago Right Now
Enjoy what you see and feel free to hit me up with e-mails, comments or find me on Twitter.
~Julie Rubinstein Bronder