What the NY Mets Wore Before the Game Left Even Their Opponents Touched By Their NYPD Tribute

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From IJReview: The New York Mets were determined to honor slain NYPD officer Brian Moore, who was shot in the head and died over the weekend, before their game against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday.

Outside the stadium, they posted a tribute to him:

Inside, there was a slight uniform change:

 

The Blaze writes:

“Honoring Officer Moore is important today,” manager Terry Collins said, according to WNBC-TV. “We will wear these hats with pride.”

The team also lined up with several NYPD officers, remembering Moore with a moment of silence before the game was played.

The fallen officer was an Orioles fan and had tickets for the game, which were originally for him, his girlfriend and his father. Sitting just several rows behind the Orioles dugout, his cousins used the tickets instead, wishing only to quietly honor their cousin, writes the New York Daily News .

 

But that wasn’t all. Chris Davis, Moore’s favorite Orioles player, signed a ball for the family and then hit a home run in the ninth inning.

“I said a little prayer before the game after finding everything out,” Davis said. “It’s just kind of heavy on my heart. If I could do something to honor him, whether it was something to help us win or a bright spot, I’m glad God came through.”

The Mets won the game, 3-2.

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