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May 2, 2002
I went to this game with my brother, Tony. I was 18 years old. It was a Sunday doubleheader with the Cardinals. There was a rain delay in both games.

Something interesting occured in the seventh inning stretch of both games. In each game, someone jumped out of the field boxes by the first base dugout and sprinted to the left field wall. They scaled the wall and left the park. (There was no picnic area then). Neither guy in either game was caught.

Bob P
September 15, 2004
The Cards swept this Sunday doubleheader at Shea and when it was over they led the Giants by half a game in the NL standings. The Cards stayed in first place for the rest of the season, winning the pennant by nine games over the second place Giants.

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