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Tessa
October 20, 2000
i went to this game certain the Mets were gonna lose. I mean, we had our worst pitcher against the braves best, greg maddux, who coincidently is one of the best in the major leauge. I didnt expect the game to be exciting because the braves already cllinched the Western divison, so there was nothing to play for excpet to try and break maddux's streak. And they did! it ended up being a lot more exciting than I though, and it just goes to show that no game can be predetermined. thats why im sure the Mets have just as good a chance at the World Series.

Uncle Peanut
May 24, 2002
My brother and I went to this game, I had bought the tickets that summer thinking that NY-Atl in late September would be a meaningful game. So what happened? The Mutts clinched the Wild Card the night before and rested Piazza, Ventura and most of their other regulars.

Still an entertaining game, the Mets pounded Greg Maddux and kept him from winning his 20th game of the season. Also someone on the Braves dropped an easy pop-up and Kurt Abbott hit a HR so we got to see the Apple.

rich
February 24, 2003
Me, my dad and sister went to this game we sat in my sister's boss's seats above the scoreboard on the 3rd base line. When I saw the Mets starting lineup and they were sitting their regulars and knew Greg Maddux was pitching I was certain the Braves were going to walk away with the win. But it turned out the Mets walked over the Braves. I remember when Bonilla was playing in left field the fans were yelling to him, "Hey, Bobby! Let's play some cards!"

rich
April 15, 2003
Me, my dad and sister went to this game. We sat in my sister's boss's seats above the scoreboard on the 3rd base line. When I saw the Mets starting lineup and they were sitting their regulars with Greg Maddux pitching I was certain the Braves were going to walk away with the win. But it turned out the Mets walked over the Braves. I remember when Bonilla was playing in left field the fans were yelling to him, "Hey Bobby, let's play some cards."



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