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Mets Caravan 2006 The 2006 Mets Caravan featured players, their wives, and coaching staff participating in community events throughout the city.
Day One  |  Day Two  |  Day Three  |  Day Four
+ Web Chats with Strawberry & Floyd
Mets Caravan - Day One Caravan The 2006 Mets Caravan kicked off on Tuesday, January 24 with the ringing of the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Check out some highlights from the Mets first day of appearances around town.

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Photo Gallery Gallery 1: Mets ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange
Photo Gallery Gallery 2: More photos from NYSE and interviews with the media
Mets Caravan - Day Two Caravan Day 2 of the Mets Caravan included visits to schools in all five boroughs, to launch the "School is Amazing" attendance program. Mets wives brightened the day of some young patients at the Schneider Children's Hospital. And the whole team made an appearance at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square.

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Photo Gallery Gallery 3: "School is Amazing" program in Staten Island and Brooklyn
Photo Gallery Gallery 4: Mets visit Jackie Robinson Junior High School in Harlem
Photo Gallery Gallery 5: Players' wives visit Schneider's Children's Hospital
Photo Gallery Gallery 6: Mets visit IS 180 in the Bronx
Photo Gallery Gallery 7: The Mets at the Hard Rock Café in Times Square
Mets Caravan - Day Three Caravan Day 3 of the Caravan started with a visit by David Wright and Mets wives to the WB11 Morning Show. Players and coaches traveled to the Harlem Village Academy and Maspeth's HAZMAT Squad 288. The last stop of the day was at ESPN Zone in Times Square, where the Mets hosted an evening of fun for kids from Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and other community groups.

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Photo Gallery Gallery 8: Mets visit WB 11 Morning News & Harlem Village Academy
Photo Gallery Gallery 9: Mets visit IS 25 and HAZMAT Squad 288 in Queens
Photo Gallery Gallery 10: More from HAZMAT Squad 288 + the Mets' day at ESPN Zone
Mets Caravan - Day Four Caravan On day 4, Chris Woodward, Heath Bell, Darryl Strawberry and hundreds of fans participated in a Blood Drive at Shea Stadium. Paul Lo Duca and Cliff Floyd also made appearances at the Mets Clubhouse Shops.

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Photo Gallery Gallery 11: Fans line up to meet Paul Lo Duca at the Clubhouse Shop
Photo Gallery Gallery 12: Donors from the Mets and the public give blood at Shea
Photo Gallery Gallery 13: Cliff Floyd at the Clubhouse Shop in Roosevelt Field Mall
 >  Web Chats with Darryl Strawberry & Cliff Floyd
Darryl Strawberry, who is the Mets' all-time career leader in home runs, RBIs and runs, answered questions from fans during a live web chat Tuesday, January 24th. Strawberry talked about who he thinks will break his Mets records and some of the best moments from his 17-year career. Read the full transcript » Darryl Strawberry
Coming off his best year with the Mets, outfielder Cliff Floyd has high hopes for 2006. Floyd talked about the upcoming season during a live Web chat. He answered fans' questions about team chemistry, competition in the National League East, his favorite TV show and Super Bowl pick. Read the full transcript » Cliff Floyd