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Once-in-a-lifetime chance to enter the world of Major League Baseball and play alongside many of your childhood heroes.

You'll take the field in your very own New York Mets uniform, personalized with your name and number. You'll be coached in the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching and baserunning. You'll participate in drills like the big leaguers and take your place in the line-up alongside your Fantasy Camp teammates. You'll enjoy the company of former Mets stars for days filled with baseball and nights filled with fun and camaraderie.


Interested in the Mets Fantasy Camp but would like more information?


For more information about camp, please call 718-559-3035

  1. Camp Details
  2. Example Itinerary
  3. Coaching Staff
  4. FAQs
  5. Reunion
  6. Testimonials


Week 1: SOLD OUT
Week 2: January 21-27

Base Package Price: $4,895

  • Bus leaving from West Palm Beach Airport to Hilton Garden Inn**
  • 7 days / 6 night's hotel accommodations
  • Group transportation to and from the hotel each day
  • Two personalized, authentic Mets uniforms and many other accessories to keep
  • Daily Continental breakfast and buffet lunch
  • Opening Night Welcome Dinner and Awards Dinner with the Pros
  • Your own clubhouse locker and playing equipment (bring your glove and rubber cleats)
  • Personal clubhouse staff and trainers
  • Daily big-league games
  • Personalized Baseball Cards
  • Fantasy Camp Video
  • Kangaroo Court and Bull Session with the Pros
  • Special Reunion at Citi Field during a Mets regular season game
  • Championship game under the lights at First Data Field

**Airfare is NOT included



11:00AM-2:00PM: Participant and Coach Arrivals
12:00-5:00PM: Hotel check-in at Hilton Garden Inn
1:00-4:00PM: Voluntary workout for participants at Mets Spring Training Complex
7:00PM: Official Welcome Dinner


7:00-8:30AM: Breakfast at Mets Minor League Complex
8:45AM: Morning meeting outside clubhouse under tent
9:00AM: Player evaluation and drills (4 rotating stations followed by batting practice)
12:00PM: Lunch and coaches draft (draft is held behind closed doors)
1:30PM: Team Practice on fields
2:30PM: Game #1 on fields
EVENING EVENT: Campers and coaches go out for team dinners


7:00-8:30AM: Breakfast at Mets Minor League Complex
8:45AM: Morning meeting outside clubhouse under tent
9:00AM: Group, Individual and Team Photos
10:15AM: Game # 2 on fields
12:30PM: Break for lunch
2:30PM: Game # 3 on fields
6:00-7:30PM: Bull Session/ BBQ with Raffle


7:00-8:30AM: Breakfast at Mets Minor League Complex
8:45AM: Morning meeting outside clubhouse under tent
9:30AM: Game # 4 on fields
12:30PM: Break for Lunch
2:00PM: Game # 5 on fields
6:30-8:00PM: Kangaroo Court


7:00-8:30AM: Breakfast at Mets Minor League Complex
8:45AM: Morning meeting outside clubhouse under tent
9:30AM: Game # 6 (including semi-finals) on fields
12:30PM: Break for Lunch
2:00PM: Game # 7 for teams 3-8
6:00PM: Championship game under the lights on First Data Field


7:00-9:00AM: Breakfast at Mets Minor League Complex
10AM-4:00PM: Participants vs. Coaches on First Data Field
Lunch served during games
7PM: Awards Banquet


7:30-9:00 AM: Buses depart for airport

**This itinerary was for a past Mets Fantasy Camp and is not to be mistaken for the 2017 camp itinerary**

**Inclement weather may alter the schedule depending on severity. That schedule will be provided at the camp if needed**


  • Kevin Baez
  • Ricky Bones
  • Pat Roessler
  • Buzz Capra
  • Guy Conti
  • Duffy Dyer
  • Ryan Ellis
  • Turk Wendell
  • Doug Flynn
  • Dwight Gooden
  • Lenny Harris
  • Eric Hillman
  • Tom Goodwin
  • Lance Johnson
  • Barry Lyons
  • Rodney McCray
  • Felix Millan
  • Joe Pignatano
  • Eric Langill
  • Phil Regan
  • Mackey Sasser
  • John Stearns
  • Ron Swoboda
  • Tim Teufel
  • Bobby Wine
  • Anthony Young

* This is a list of pros who attended the camp in the past. We cannot guarantee that any or all of these current and former Mets will be in attendance. Unforeseen changes in schedules or other circumstances may also keep some of these pros from returning in 2018.*


Q: What is the New York Mets Fantasy Camp?
A: The New York Mets Fantasy Camp is a seven-day, six-night baseball opportunity of a lifetime. Hosted at the New York Mets Spring Training Facility in Port St. Lucie, FL., participants are instructed on the basic fundamentals of baseball by the Pros - former Mets players and coaches. Participants are drafted onto teams managed and coached by Mets greats, then compete against one another until a champion is crowned in our championship night game. To finish off this unforgettable experience, each team will take the field against the Pros on the final day of camp.

Q: Who is eligible to attend?
A: Any adult 30 years of age or older. Both males and females are invited to participate.

Q: Can I bring my family?
A: Although only those registered can participate in the baseball activities, we invite family members to attend. Husbands, wives, parents, and children are all welcome to show their support from the stands and cheer you on. Special lodging and travel arrangements can be made to accommodate everyone who wishes to enjoy this experience with you.

Q: Can I sign up alone?
A: Yes. Mets Fantasy Camp is a great way for individuals to build new friendships through the camaraderie of baseball. While some of our first-time participants sign up with friends or relatives, most sign up individually.

Q: What is the level of competition?
A: At the Mets Fantasy Camp, there are many levels of talent. Some of our participants have attended Mets Fantasy Camp for years, while others have not played baseball since high school or college. Some participants have never played baseball all. Either way, if you are healthy and in shape, want to have a great time and learn more about baseball, this is the place for you!

Q: How much playing time will I get?
A: Participants can play as much as they like. Ideally, there are 10 teams, each with 12 players per team. Every player bats and fielding is rotated each inning by the managers. Each manager is flexible and works hard to accommodate all player requests.

Q: What do I receive as part of the Mets Fantasy Camp package?
A: Two buses will be available for transportation to and from PBI Airport, as well as daily shuttles to the Mets Spring Training facilities. Also, each participant receives personalized home and road uniforms and other baseball accessories.

Q: Are there any discounts available?
A: We provide an alumni discount for returning participants from 2004-2016. Discounts are also available for those who wish to make their own flights and/or hotel arrangements.

Q: How far is Port St. Lucie from West Palm Beach (PBI Airport)?
A: Approximately 45-60 minutes. If using our transportation, it's a great opportunity to get to know some of your fellow participants.

Q: Do I need a rental car?
A: Mets Fantasy Camp provides transportation to and from the airport and hotel, as well as to and from the hotel and Spring Training facilities. Transportation is also provided for the two organized dinners. But for those who wish to make their own travel arrangements or have more flexibility, special rates on rental cars are available.

Q: What is there to do during the evening?
A: Mets Fantasy Camp provides transportation to and from the airport and hotel, as well as to and from the hotel and Spring Training facilities. Transportation is also provided for the two organized dinners. But for those who wish to make their own travel arrangements or have more flexibility, special rates on rental cars are available.

Q: Can we take pictures and get autographs?
A: The Mets Fantasy Camp hires a Photography staff that is present at every camp event. The photographers will post the images they shoot each day, and at the end of the camp you will be able to purchase the great shots they take. You will also receive a team photo free of charge at the end of the camp.

We have no rules against Pros signing autographs and they are willing to sign for you. All we ask is that the participants respect the Pros by not overwhelming them with requests.

Q: What do I need to bring?
A: Each participant must bring his/her own glove and cleats (no metal spikes). Mets Fantasy Camp provides you with uniform jerseys, pants, belt, socks, hat, jacket, and t-shirt. We will also provide bats, balls, and helmets. Other accessories (i.e. personal bats, batting gloves, sunglasses, etc.) are optional.

* Please Note: Wooden bats only. Aluminum bats are prohibited.

Q: What is the appropriate dress for Fantasy Camp?
A: Participants will be dressed in their authentic Mets uniforms during the day. All other dress is casual: khakis, golf shirts, jeans, etc. Dress for the banquet and other ceremonies are casual as well; however, we ask that participants refrain from wearing shorts.


Mets Home Game Day:

  • Two (2) tickets to a Mets game at Citi Field (option to purchase additional companion tickets at a discounted price)
  • Every 2017 camper in attendance will walk onto the warning track prior to the game and have their name announced to the crowd
  • The 2017 championship team will receive their championship rings during an on-field ceremony prior to the first pitch of the game

Camper Game Day:

  • Game will be held at MCU Park
  • Breakfast and lunch at MCU Park
  • Dress in the visitor's clubhouse
  • Family and Friends invited to watch the game from the seats

When you watch the pros on TV, you see them as baseball players but know very little about them as a person. Fantasy Camp gives you the chance to learn about the rest of their lives and realize that but for their unbelievable baseball talent, they are just like the rest of us. - Jennifer Hughes 2005-2007; 2017

Just walking around and talking baseball, The Fantasy camp experience and the joy in everyone's eyes. You never know where the next laugh is going to come from, but you know it is coming! And last but not least, the way that everyone is always rooting for everyone else, oh if the world could only be a little more like Fantasy camp! - Phil Forman 2014-2017

Walking into the clubhouse, seeing my name over the locker, looking around and reconnecting with the friends I made as a rookie. I felt like I was part of the Mets family. David Taylor 2016-2017

The friends I've made from this camp is something that I wasn't expecting. In just a short week, my teammates and I bonded in such a way that it feels like we've known each other for much longer. I look forward to seeing everyone at the reunion, at future camps, or whenever we decide to get together - Joe LoVerde 2017

One of my favorite memory was eating breakfast alone and Doc Gooden comes by and sits next to me. Next thing I know, I'm chatting and having breakfast with the legend. How does one describe the experience??!! - David Shih 2017

"When I walked into the clubhouse for the first time and I found my locker with my name above it and my uniforms hanging in the locker. I felt like a kid again!" - Michael DiNardo, 2015-2016

"The smile on Felix Millan's face (my coach) when I hit the ball over the outfielders head. Growing up, I was rooting for him but now, he roots for me!" - Ron Nash 2008-2011; 2013-2016

"The "Baseball Gods" almost always seem to be watching over Port St. Lucie come January. Childhood dreams somehow manage to become reality, creating memories and friendships that will last a lifetime!" - Dean Pflaum 2008-2016

"The best part about camp is the change to play with and against my buddies. The camaraderie with all the players makes it a great experience; you just don't want to leave!" - Jim Lewicki 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014-2016

"I lived in a world where I could walk to the field chatting with my son and Dwight Gooden, be coached by Duffy Dyer, share stories at the batting cages with Joe Pignatano, joke with Bobby Wine and Doug Flynn, have breakfast with Edgardo Alfonzo, win a Championship, and most moving of all, be my son's teammate" - Matt Breitenbach 2011, 2016