Found July 25, 2012 on The Jersey Chaser:

The NY Mets took a break from their ERA and OPIs and got some GTL. Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi visited the team as the Mets took on the Washington Nationals.

“I was obsessed in the early 2000s when we had [Bobby] Valentine,” Snooki told MLB.com. “I loved [John] Franco, Robin Ventura, all of them. I was obsessed.”

The MTV reality star, who is pregnant, revealed she became a Mets fan because of her grandfather. Before she found fame on Jersey Shore, Snooki was featured on the Sports Illustrated blog Hot Clicks in a YouTube video featuring her singing the Mets Fight Song. The name of the video was posted under “Hottest Mets Fan Ever.”

Unfortunately, the Mets lost 2-8 to the Nationals and Snooki was booed.

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