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Feat Fan
April 22, 2004
Cards were marching toward the NL crown. Small crowd. Jack Fisher throws 6-hit complete game but Nellie Briles was that much better. Mike Shannon hit a home run. I think Amos Otis was in the game at some point. Wish I kept all those old scorecards.

Bob P
July 8, 2005
Feat Fan's post from 2004 is correct, as usual! Amos Otis made his major league debut in this game, coming in as a pinch-runner in the bottom of the ninth after Tommy Davis led off with a walk.

The game was tied 1-1 going to the top of the eighth when the Cards used a single, two errors, and a sac fly to take a 2-1 lead. Mike Shannon homered for an insurance run in the ninth off Jack Fisher, who was making his second-to-last start as a Met.

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