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1985 Regular Season Game 90
July 21, 1985
Mets 15, Braves 10
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Reds 5, Mets 1
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METS FANS SHARE THEIR MEMORIES OF THE JULY 21, 1985 GAME:

Shad Stanleigh
July 20, 2002
Funny. The Mets never scored more than 14 runs in a home game through the first 23 years of their existence - and then exceed that in two consecutive home dates. Amazin'.

Ed K
July 25, 2005
First time the Mets ever scored over 30 runs in two consecutive games.

Putbeds 62
January 17, 2006
I was at this game along with my cousin and late brother. We were pumped because my cousin kept blasting the music of "QUEEN" on his car stereo while going to the game. (Live Aid had happened the previous weekend.) It was the highest scoring Mets game I've ever witnessed in person under blue skies and a rocking crowd.

Stan
May 21, 2009
I took my eight year-old son to the game. We were lucky enough to get Dale Murphy's autograph before the game. In appreciation, my son gave Murphy his own little league baseball card. Murphy was so nice, he said he would keep it in his back pocket during the game and HE DID! We wished him luck and said we hoped he'd hit a homer off Leach...after the Mets were up big. Sure enough in the top of the sixth, he hits one over the center field fence. A real "Babe" moment.



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