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The Mets’ Hall of Fame and Museum

Marc Rovner, Attorney

East Rockaway based attorney Marc Rovner is a graduate of the Boston University School of Law. Currently, Marc Rovner serves as a senior attorney at BETA Abstract, where he also is responsible for business development. An engaged sports fan, Mr. Rovner closely follows the Mets baseball team.

The Mets are a New York City-based professional baseball team that competes in the National League East Division of Major League Baseball (MLB). Organized in 1963, the team currently plays home games at Citi Field, which also houses the team's hall of fame and museum.
Located across from Citi Field’s Jackie Robinson Rotunda, the Met’s Hall of Fame and Museum covers 3,700 square feet. Open daily, the museum offers team memorabilia, interactive kiosks, videos, and other displays for fans viewing pleasure. In addition, fans can view World Series trophies from 1969 and 1986 on game days. Tours of the space are also available, and any fan with a game day ticket is allowed to access the museum. For additional information on the hall of fame and museum, visit

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