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Bob P
May 24, 2006
A fourteen inning loss in San Diego...not that much happened in this game.

But to put things in perspective, almost 20 years ago, everyone old enough to remember the 1986 season will surely recall the crazy fourteen inning victory over Cincinnati on July 22, 1986. That was the game that featured Ray Knight and Eric Davis fighting, Dave Parker dropping a potential game-ending routine fly ball, Gary Carter playing third base, and Roger McDowell and Jesse Orosco playing the outfield.

Well, since that strange night in Cincinnati, this game tonight was the fourteenth game of at least fourteen innings that the Mets have played on the road. Their record in those games is 0-14.

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