I don't know why, but some people just can't let it go. Matthew Cerrone of Mets Blog infamy, has proof that making the Citi Field outfield walls blue "is the right move". What is this amazing piece of evidence that Cerrone has unearthed through some incredible piece of journalistic investigation and no doubt he was only privy to because of his SNY affiliation?This youtube video of a MLB 09: The Show simulation found by Mets Police.Amazing! Of course, this isn't the first time Cerrone has delved into the world of stadium interior design. Last November, he graced us with this opinion, "if I could make one change to Citi Field, not involving the talent on the field, it would be to change the color of the outfield wall and Bridge from Soot to Blue."Now that I've had my fun at Cerrone's expense, here's some questions for you. Why is it important for the Mets to change the color of the outfield wall? Why do the Mets hate the fans so much that they won't give them a blue outfield wall? Why do the Mets and the fans have a love-hate relationship? I wonder if having a black outfield wall makes it easier for the hitters to pick up the ball. Other than that, I really don't see a reason why the wall is black, other than the Mets don't think the color of the wall is important.