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Chris Swiezy
February 26, 2013
One of the most exciting games of the year. Joel Youngblood smashes a 2-run home run in the bottom of the 10th to win the game! A little-remembered fact about this game was that it broke the least-attended games record in Mets history. And to think I was there. It was a Monday day game. I remember walking out of the park thinking this was one of the most exciting games I saw and got to share this with less than 5,000 other people. Now that is what I call hardcore Met fans. The ironic thing about this was the Mets broke this attendance record a few days later with even less people at the game. 33 years later I still bleed blue and orange. Lets GO METS!

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