The sellout crowd that filled the New York Mets’ Citi Field on Sunday night wore black and white, not the Mets’ blue and orange.
And instead of jeering the Philadelphia Phillies or Atlanta Braves, they faced a foe that was, to hear them talk about it, far more formidable: the World Wide Web.
"The internet even with a filter is a minefield of immorality," said Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman, a haredi lecturer. "This issue is the test of the generation. Your strength at this gathering will determine what Judaism will look like a few years from now."
Some might remember the May 24 Mets-Phillies game for the debut of Cuban hurler, Alay Soler, or the Mets’ 5-4 victory, but others drove home across the Triborough Bridge talking about the right arm of Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, who in the spirit of Gene Conley and Dave DeBusschere might be better known for his basketball Jones.