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Bob P
July 5, 2004
Jim Bunning makes his eighth career start against the Mets. When the game ends, he has his eighth complete game against the Mets, with five of them being shutouts including the 1964 Father's Day perfect game.

At this point the Mets have scored four runs off Bunning in 72 innings.

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