National League Standings, April 10, 1992
METS FANS SHARE THEIR MEMORIES OF THE APRIL 10, 1992 GAME:
Joe From Jersey|
December 28, 2005
This was the first home game of the Torborg era or error. Current manager Willie Randolph batted 2nd; Ken Hill of the Expos shut us out with a complete game and Doc took the lost. Plus, this is the only Mets game I ever went where I did NOT have a hot dog because the game took place on Friday during Lent (Good Friday was the next week) and as a Catholic, you cannot eat meat on Friday during Lent. I had cheese pizza instead. From then on, I always make sure NOT to go to Shea on a Friday during Lent.
November 28, 2015
Joe, you stayed loyal to the faith better than I did that day. I was at this game and was lucky enough to be offered free food since my cousin's girlfriend, who not Catholic, was working at the concession stand. I felt the need to take advantage of the opportunity and, ignoring that it was a Lenten Friday, gave in to temptation by consuming a hot dog. I should have taken the pizza like you did.
The game wasn’t worth remembering. The Mets hitters were just lifeless and got shut out by Ken Hill.
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