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August 5, 2004
I got my one and only foul ball. My Dad caught it -- I was 11 -- as we were walking from our third base box seats toward the exit. It was thrown by Jerry Koosman and hit by Bob Robertson. Judging by the box score, it was probably the eight inning. We were leaving.

I've since lost the ball.

Thanks for a great web site. My Dad and I were at Shea and reminiscing about the ball he caught some 32 years ago. I didn't remember the exact date, but thanks to this web site I've nailed it, and I have the box score for posterity.

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