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Bob P
September 8, 2004
In his final tuneup before the World Series, Sandy Koufax pitched five scoreless innings and Bob Miller and Ron Perranoski combined for four more as the Dodgers shut out the Mets, 1-0.

Roger Craig was the hard-luck loser in the game, his fifth 1-0 loss of the 1963 season. Craig could partly blame himself for this one: in the first inning he retired the first two batters, then gave up singles to Wally Moon and Tommy Davis. Craig tried to pick Davis off first and threw the ball away. Moon came around to score what would be the only run of the game.

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