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1963 Regular Season Game 85
July 10, 1963
Dodgers 1, Mets 0
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Dodgers 4, Mets 3
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Bob P
September 15, 2004
Johnn Podres shuts out the Mets on four hits, with the only run coming on a sixth inning homer by John Roseboro off Carlton Willey.

In his last start July 5, Podres had shut out the Reds, 1-0, pitching a two-hitter and getting the only run he needed in the seventh on a Frank Howard home run.

The loss is the eleventh in a row for the Mets, on their way to 15 straight. Over these eleven games the Mets were outscored 54-17.

ron c
August 31, 2011
The game ended in an incredible manner. The Mets had a man on first and one out. Frank Thomas hit what looked like a home run. I was sitting in a box seat with my father. The entire crowd jumped up and started celebrating. Most of the Dodgers started walking to the centerfield clubhouse. All of a sudden, a player had a ball and threw to 1st. The first baseman tagged the bag and an umpire raised his right hand indicating the end of a double play. It turns out Tommie Davis had climbed the wall and made a great catch and the relays doubled up the runner. Some claim Davis never caught the ball. That play ended the game.



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