The Race to the World Series Begins Now: Get Ready For MLB Opening Day

 

Hats for MLB Opening Day NYWhile Chicago Cubs fans are likely still relishing their epic World Series win, the Mets and Yankees are in pursuit of bringing the title back to New York. Whether it’s the young talent in the Bronx, or the shutdown pitching staff of the Mets, New Yorkers have a reason to be excited for Opening Day this year.

Gear up New Yorkers – the Yankees will open on the road in Tampa Bay against the Rays on Sunday, April 2nd, while the Mets will host the Atlanta Braves on Monday the 3rd at Citi Field in Flushing. Going to the game? Beat the traffic and take public transport by hopping on the #7 train directly to Mets-Willets Point Station.

Yankees Stadium Opening DayThe New York Yankees home opener will be on April 10th, so get your tickets before they’re sold out. Remember, you can get to Yankee Stadium by taking the #4 train or the lettered B and D lines to 161st Street.

Whether you’re tuning into the pre-game or streaming live on your phone, Transit Wireless Wi-Fi will keep you connected so you don’t miss a minute of the action.

Log-on to free Transit Wireless Wi-Fi by using the SSID/network ‘TransitWirelessWiFi’. Transit Wireless Wi-Fi is now available in all 277 underground New York City subway stations.

Click here for the complete 2017 MLB schedule, along with updated rosters, starting lineups, scores, stats and more.


About Transit Wireless and Transit Wireless WiFi™

Transit Wireless was formed to meet the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s (MTA) requirement to develop a shared wireless infrastructure within 279 underground stations of the New York City subway to provide commercial services for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless customers. The company designed, built, financed and will operate and maintain a highly resilient wireless network supporting consumer connectivity, business connectivity, transit and public safety communications needs by operating on all primary licensed cellular bands, public unlicensed bands and the 4.9GHz public safety band. Transit Wireless launched the Transit Wireless WiFi™ network within the underground subway stations, an initiative that has been recognized by the Wireless Broadband Alliance as the “Best Wi-Fi Deployment to Connect the Unconnected in an Urban Environment.” Transit Wireless’ quality management system is ISO 9001:2008 certified by American Global Standards, LLC. Transit Wireless is a BAI Communications company, part of a global enterprise that designs, builds and operates highly accessible communications networks for customers across Australia, Asia and North America. For further information about Transit Wireless go to: http://transitwireless.com/.

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