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Tom C.
April 10, 2012
A breeze of a game for the Mets until the 9th when Braden Looper came in with a 5-0 lead to close it out and almost coughed it up. I remember standing outside the center field gate with my son waiting for the game to end so we could walk in and run the bases after it ended. The wait seemed like an eternity as we heard lots of boos and groans going on inside. No one in line with us had a radio or cell phone to see what was happening, but then we finally heard the final cheer and knew the Mets had escaped with a victory.

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