Before game against Baltimore, NY Mets pay tribute to officer murdered by thug

The New York Mets exchanged their team headgear for NYPD caps, and observed a moment of silence Tuesday for NYPD Officer Brian Moore, who died Monday after being shot in the head during a street stop last week.

The team paid the tribute during batting practice prior to their game against the Baltimore Orioles — a poignant opponent under the circumstances — and announced its intention on Twitter:

Then three hours later the big moment came.

And the fans were touched:

Finally the moment of silence was observed for Moore.

Even those who weren’t baseball fans, let alone Mets fans, added words of support:

Finally, one Twitter user had a more practical way to show support for the cops:

One of these days, Frank. One of these days.

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