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Stephen Costanza
April 14, 2003
Tim Wallach hit both a 3-run homer and a 3-run double to give the Dodgers a 6-3 lead entering the 9th inning, but the Mets managed to tie the game against Todd Worrell. The announcers for this TV game (on the Baseball Network) said during the inning that Worrell just didn't look confident in that inning. He was confident enough, however, to strike out Fernando Vina with the bases loaded to end the inning. Naturally, the very next inning, the Dodgers won the game on a 2-out hit by Eric Karros to drive in DeLino DeShields. Another tough one.

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