METS FANS SHARE THEIR MEMORIES OF THE JUNE 4, 1966 GAME:Bob P
June 2, 2005
A scoreless pitcher's duel for four innings between Claude Osteen and Jack Hamilton, but the Dodgers broke through first.
In the fifth Osteen led off with a triple and Maury Wlls drove him in with a single. Wills was sacrificed to second by Wes Parker, and scored on a Willie Davis single. The Dodgers added four more in the sixth as Osteen singled to drive in John Roseboro, then after a Wes Parker hit, Tommy Davis hit a three run homer off Gordie Richardson. Gordie would pitch again the next day, get creamed, and never pitch in the majors again.
The Mets runs came on a sixth inning triple by Ed Bressoud followed by a Jerry Grote single, and in the seventh Dick Stuart and Ron Swoboda had RBI singles.
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