There's over 850 TVs at the new Mets stadium, Citi Field. In the stands, floating over hot dog menus and anywhere else they could cram one. They've even got two of Sharp's monster 108-inch LCDs.

Actually, every single TV at Citi Field was made by Sharp—except, ironically, the monitors in the control room—which is why they wanted to show us the whole stadium, to make sure we saw every single TV. It's really nice! It almost makes me want to be a Mets fan, especially if I could hang out in a luxury suite and have Shackburgers delivered to me.

So why watch the game on TV at home, when you could pay a lot of money to watch it live on TV at the stadium? You don't have 850 TVs, after all.