A pursuit of Jose Guillen rather than Roy Halladay isn’t enough to pique your interest in NYC’s other baseball team? How about a Mets museum right inside Citi Field’s front gate? Are you overcome with excitement knowing the Gary-Keith-Ron partnership will remain intact for at least another two years? Failing that, how much more can the Mets do to galvanize their long suffering fanbase than to introduce alternate home uniforms that actually look like something a professional baseball team might wear (albeit a team that lost 120 games in 1962)? MLB.com’s Aiden Gonzalez claims the above jersey is “inspired by the early years of the franchise”, and as nostalgia goes, it’s likely to be a more successful move than Daniel Murphy receiving fielding tips from Marv Throneberry via a Ouiaja board.