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Hank M
November 25, 2007
I went to this game after suddenly deciding to go that morning. It was Calender Weekend at Shea and the weather was on the cool side.

When I got to the stadium, I bought my ticket (for the regular $8 value) from some people whose friend hadn't shown up. I sat with them in the back row of the loge level on the third base side - where the mezzanine overhang obstructed our view of the scoreboard!

Thankfully, the field was visable. We saw Dwight Gooden pitch a complete game. Gary Carter, who played left field for the first eight innings, drove home Kevin Mitchell with an RBI single that put the Mets ahead to stay. The win gave our guys a 4-3 record, putting them over .500 for good in a World Championship season.

June 20, 2016
My friend Joe convinced me to join with him and get a Saturday ticket plan. Our first game and a good omen. Enjoyed the championship season and 30 years later continue with the ticket plan. Hope this year will be a repeat.

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