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2006 Regular Season Game 50
May 29, 2006
Mets 8, Diamondbacks 7
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john t greenpoint
July 12, 2006
What better way to honor our servicemen on Memorial Day than with a comeback Mets victory in the bottom of the 9th? This team just refuses to lose the opening game of a home series. That's now 13 in a row dating back to last year and 10 so far this year. Floyd bombs one in the sixth giving the Mets a 5-4 lead, then some added insurance by jose Valentin, also another bomb shot into the lodge section. But Heilman can't hold it and gives up a 3 run homer to Chad Tracy. Who is Chad Tracy? More like Dick Tracy! But Endy Chavez starts it off in the 9th with a leadoff double, Reyes gets him home with a single to left center, Lo Duca single drives Reyes to third and the Diamondbacks have nothing left to do but walk Beltran to load them up for Delgado who promptly strikes out but David Wright nearly slams it home, with a 405-foot single to center. Team is starting to get their legs and are right around the corner from running away with this division!

Lee
July 12, 2006
Deja vu? Trachsel did not pitch a very good game, but the Mets tied it in the ninth, and guess who ended it: David Wright, with another flyball to deep center. MVP! MVP! MVP!



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