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Dennis Black
August 13, 2002
This was the first Mets game I ever attended. My Dad took my brothers and I and we sat in the $1.30 general admission seats. The steep climb was scary ("Dad, can we get some other seats!") but I got over it, so much so that when we were old enough to go by ourselves we would regularly sit in the last row of Shea, in Section 1. I am pretty sure Tim Harkness hit a home run, and I know Tracy Stallard pitched a shutout.

January 10, 2004
My dad and I were in field boxes in LF - I think Joe Christopher hit a 3-run HR. Terry Moore also made a tumbling catch in the Old Timers Game.

Ed K
January 17, 2006
The Braves were the only team that the Mets had never shutout by the 1964 all-star break. Stallard finally blanked the Braves in this game.

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