The city's luxury box at Shea Stadium was used almost entirely over the last four years by employees of the Parks Department - which oversees the ballpark - while other city agencies were largely shut out.
Documents obtained by The Post under the Freedom of Information Law show Parks workers were allocated 78 percent of the 324 Mets' home games from 2005 to 2008 in the 15-seat box.
The Mayor's Office and its subsidiaries grabbed 12 percent.
The rest of city government struck out with a meager 10 percent.
PARKS DEPT.'S HIDDEN-TIX TRICK ON LUXE METS BOX