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October 24, 2000
I was at this game - it was the last day of my sophomore year in high school. Greg Maddux no-hit the Mets for 6 2/3 innings, the Cubs scored seven runs in the first inning and there was a bench-clearing brawl (I don't remember why). Probably one of the wildest games I've ever seen, but since we sat in Row T of the upper deck and I spent most of the day trying to talk to a chick that I liked, I missed more of it than I should've!

May 27, 2002
Wasn't this the game where the Cubs scored seven times in the first and Bonilla called the press box to complain that the E for error had been left up on the scoreboard for too long?

June 14, 2002
I was there, too. Greg Maddux started the game and threw at Coleman. Too bad he missed. That is how the near brawl started.

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