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April 6, 1992 Busch Stadium
Mets 4, St. Louis Cardinals 2
Paul Esmond
April 17, 2002
I remember this game. I was 12 years old, and I stayed up late and Bobby Bonilla had two home runs. My family and I really thought that these guys were gonna do something. They didn't. This really was the worst Mets team I've ever seen. I can't even fathom now, looking back on it, how people could have thought they would have been great. In short, this was a deceiving win, in a horrid, ugly season.

Max Clauss
August 18, 2005

Ozzie Smith performed his last back flip routine as he came on the field, to the joy of the opening day crowd at Busch Stadium. Smith performed his last feat at the age of 37.

April 9, 1992 Busch Stadium
Mets 7, St. Louis Cardinals 1
Bob P
March 4, 2004
On the first pitch of this game, Vince Coleman beats out a bunt but pulls a hamstring in the process. St. Louis rookie Donovan Osborne sprains his ankle on the play, which was his first major league pitch. Both have to leave the game.

Coleman plays just 71 games for the 1992 Mets with a career-low 24 steals.

April 10, 1992 Shea Stadium
Montreal Expos 4, Mets 0
Joe From Jersey
December 28, 2005
This was the first home game of the Torborg era or error. Current manager Willie Randolph batted 2nd; Ken Hill of the Expos shut us out with a complete game and Doc took the lost. Plus, this is the only Mets game I ever went where I did NOT have a hot dog because the game took place on Friday during Lent (Good Friday was the next week) and as a Catholic, you cannot eat meat on Friday during Lent. I had cheese pizza instead. From then on, I always make sure NOT to go to Shea on a Friday during Lent.

Grand Slammer
November 28, 2015

Joe, you stayed loyal to the faith better than I did that day. I was at this game and was lucky enough to be offered free food since my cousin's girlfriend, who not Catholic, was working at the concession stand. I felt the need to take advantage of the opportunity and, ignoring that it was a Lenten Friday, gave in to temptation by consuming a hot dog. I should have taken the pizza like you did.

The game wasn’t worth remembering. The Mets hitters were just lifeless and got shut out by Ken Hill.

April 19, 1992 Olympic Stadium
Mets 11, Montreal Expos 6
flushing flash
March 21, 2002
April 19, Anthony Young is 2-0. Little did anyone know it would be the following summer before he would win again.

April 22, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, St. Louis Cardinals 2
aaron from flushing
November 10, 2006
This was my third Mets game ever. I was 9. I remember it was a foggy night and the field was covered for a few innings. Then Eddie Murray hit that game winning homer, a walk off, and not knowing I asked my father, "Do they have to keep playing?" "No," he said. "The game is over."

April 23, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 1, St. Louis Cardinals 0
September 18, 2002
A midweek afternoon game that ended with Boston getting HBP'd with the bases loaded by catching a ball in his uni. It's one of those games that tells you this could be a special year. It's one of those games that tells you not to believe everything the game tells you.

Stephen Costanza
April 24, 2003

In the 11th inning of this game, Jeff Innis got into a based loaded, no out jam, but he got out of it. Then of course the Mets won it in the 13th.

April 28, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Houston Astros 0
Andy from Rego Park
August 14, 2000
A gem from David Cone who took a no-hitter into the 7th inning before Benny DiStefano beat out a 17-foot full-swing bunt for an infield hit. Ken Caminiti later lined a shot off the 3rd base bag for another scratch hit in the 9th, and that was all the offense for the Astros all night.

Bob P
May 26, 2004

Benny DiStefano's pinch single came with one out in the top of the eighth inning for the first hit of the game off David Cone.

Jeff Bagwell led off the ninth with a single and Coney had to settle for a two-hit shutout. He walked four and struck out eleven.

Eddie Murray had a single and a double and drove in all four Mets runs.

April 29, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 1, Houston Astros 0
Ed K
July 17, 2007
A sad footnote to this game.

Poor Terrel Hansen sat on the bench because the Mets did not need a pinch hitter. While several players over the years made brief appearances on Mets rosters without ever getting into a game as a Met (Jerry Moses in 1975, Mac Suzuki in 1999, Justin Spier in 2001), the others all played in the majors elsewhere at some point. Terrel was in the minors from 1987-1999 and April 29-30, 1992 was his only stint on a major league roster but the Mets did not get him in a game while he was up. Thus you do not see him on the Ultimate Mets Database roster, but he is listed at MBTN.com for wearing #21.

May 1, 1992 Fulton County Stadium
Mets 8, Atlanta Braves 7
Stephen Costanza
April 23, 2003
After the Braves tied up this game in the bottom of the 7th, Daryl Boston hit the game-winning HR in the top of the 8th off Juan Berenguer. What seemed like a blowout turned out to be a nail- biter.

May 3, 1992 Fulton County Stadium
Mets 7, Atlanta Braves 0
Bob P
March 4, 2004
Eddie Murray hits his second homer as a Met, and it is the 400th of his career.

David Cone pitches a five-hit shutout, striking out eight, and drives in two runs with a bases-loaded single as the Mets improve to 15-10.

May 8, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 3
Ed K
September 22, 2007
Rodney McCray got his only at-bat as a Met in this game and made the most of it with an RBI single.

May 9, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 2
December 28, 2010
It's funny, whenever people get really excited about early season victories that are won in exciting fashion, they think it's a sign of great things to come later in the season.. I ALWAYS refer back to the 1992 Mets. They actually had a lot of pretty exciting wins early on, and this one was one of them.

Dave Magadan of all people hits a walk-off homer to win it this Saturday afternoon and the Mets were rolling and looking great.

See why that "exciting victory" thing is a myth?

Dan the Man
January 14, 2011

First major league ball game I had ever been to. I was only 8 at the time and didn't sleep one hour the night before the game because I was so hyped up. I sat a few rows back from third base when the price of those seats were cheaper than anything in the current Citi Field!

For the game itself it was 2-2 going into the ninth inning when Dave Magadan hit a three run homer in the bottom of the ninth. I remember after that being so happy and thinking the Mets are winning the World Series!!

I suppose if I was older I would seen the big picture more and realized that was a bright moment in an otherwise disappointing season. Sadly also as I got older, while I still follow the Mets, I realized I would never have that love toward the sport as so many things since then have clouded my enjoyment.

May 15, 1992 Dodger Stadium
Mets 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 1
Bob P
March 4, 2004
Bret Saberhagen pitched five innings and struck out eight to defeat former Met Bobby Ojeda.

Saberhagen left the game due to tendinitis in his pitching hand. He did not win another game for the Mets in 1992.

May 18, 1992 Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 3, Mets 0
Bob P
August 20, 2004
1986 Red Sox World Series-almost-MVP Bruce Hurst is back at it again, as he shuts out the Mets, 3- 0. Chico Walker, who had just come to the Mets eleven days earlier, had the only Met hit of the game, a one-out infield single in the sixth inning.

Former Met Tim Teufel had two singles, an RBI, and a run scored off Dwight Gooden.

May 25, 1992 Shea Stadium
Cincinnati Reds 3, Mets 0
November 18, 2004
1992 was the season where I started really becoming the diehard Mets fan I am today. Sounds ironic given how horrible they were that season. If I remember correctly, this was the game where I got my first ever autograph. It was from the Reds' Darnell Coles. I was in third grade. My older sister and I were waiting by the rail for autographs. My sister started calling for Coles and he came over & said something like if it were not for my sister's big mouth, he would not have come over. It was a nice moment.

June 6, 1992 Three Rivers Stadium
Mets 15, Pittsburgh Pirates 1
Bob P
September 17, 2004
Eddie Murray hit a sac fly in the first inning, then singled to drive in a run in the sixth.

The two RBI gave him 1,510 for his career, passing Mickey Mantle for most RBIs by a switch- hitter.

June 8, 1992 Olympic Stadium
Montreal Expos 6, Mets 0
Bob P
September 3, 2003
Montreal's Ken Hill threw a one-hitter at the Mets this night at Olympic Stadium, and the only Mets hit was by pitcher Anthony Young. It was an infield single with two outs in the 5th inning.

June 10, 1992 Olympic Stadium
Montreal Expos 8, Mets 2
Stu Baron
October 12, 2007
I attended this game at Olympic Stadium; my first game at an indoor venue...Everything seemed smaller, like I was watching a game in my living room!

I remember lots of baseball terms in French, such as "lanceur" (pitcher) and "receiveur" (catcher).

Unfortunately, the Mets played one of the worst games I ever witnessed, lowlighted by six errors!

June 13, 1992 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 3, Mets 2
August 31, 2011
Almost twenty years later, I can still recall several details off the top of my head:
  • The Yankees had not yet declared exclusive ownership of Old Timers Day. The Mets Old Timers event took place before this night game. It had just been renamed "Upper Deck: Heroes of Baseball Night", if I recall.
  • Bonilla got thrown out trying to stretch an extra base hit. It was a bad call and the Shea crowd gave was uncharacteristically sympathetic toward Bobby Bo after the call.
  • The Mets lost to a Pittsburgh club that owned that division in the early 90s.
  • Todd Hundley was dubbed "Todd O-for" in our scorecard. This is pre-juiced ball and pre-juiced Todd era.

June 14, 1992 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 5, Mets 4
August 10, 2001
First game that I ever went to. it was glove day but the gloves sucked. it broke the second day I had it. All I know I was sitting in the loge level sitting above the auxilery scorebord. The Mets sucked today.

June 25, 1992 Shea Stadium
Chicago Cubs 9, Mets 2
October 24, 2000
I was at this game - it was the last day of my sophomore year in high school. Greg Maddux no-hit the Mets for 6 2/3 innings, the Cubs scored seven runs in the first inning and there was a bench-clearing brawl (I don't remember why). Probably one of the wildest games I've ever seen, but since we sat in Row T of the upper deck and I spent most of the day trying to talk to a chick that I liked, I missed more of it than I should've!

May 27, 2002

Wasn't this the game where the Cubs scored seven times in the first and Bonilla called the press box to complain that the E for error had been left up on the scoreboard for too long?

June 14, 2002

I was there, too. Greg Maddux started the game and threw at Coleman. Too bad he missed. That is how the near brawl started.

June 27, 1992 Busch Stadium
Mets 2, St. Louis Cardinals 1
Bob P
March 7, 2004
Howard Johnson homered in the second inning of this game for his seventh dinger of the year. It would turn out to be his last home run of 1992, despite playing regularly till the end of July when he hurt his wrist and missed the rest of the season.

In 1991, HoJo led the league with 38 homers and 117 RBI, and in his previous five years as a Mets regular he had averaged 31 homers and 95 RBI.

Howard hit just 24 home runs the remaining three years of his career, two of which were spent at Coors and Wrigley.

July 4, 1992 Shea Stadium
Houston Astros 3, Mets 1
Big Russ
December 27, 2004
My wife had given birth about six weeks earlier, and this was our first night out of the house without the baby. I caught my first and (still) only foul ball when Dich Schofield hit a foul pop-up down the right field line off Mark Portugal. The inscribed ball still sits in my (now) 12 year old son's room.

July 10, 1992 Astrodome
Mets 7, Houston Astros 6
Mike Pinto
October 1, 2006
I was living in Houston this summer and attended the game at the Astrodome. The girl I was dating was a cocktail waitress at the JW Marriott in Houston and waited on Bob Klapisch, who was a Mets beat reporter for either the Bergen Record or Daily News that year, the night before. Klapisch invited her up to the press-box for the next night's game and told her she could bring "a friend". So about the 4th inning we BS some elevator operator to take us up to the box and then get a security guard to summon Klapisch. He was all smiles coming around the corner until he saw me, then he made up some excuse not to honor the invitation.

We had good seats, about 10 rows behind the Mets dugout, and were surrounded by a large group of friends and family of Anthony Young, a Houston native.

Eddie Murray had a good game including what proved to be the game winning RBI. After the Mets secured the W and as they were coming off the field a bunch of us extended our hands over the dugout to congratulate Murray. Mine was the only white hand and also the only hand that he did not shake.

July 17, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 1, San Francisco Giants 0
June 5, 2003
Last game I've been to at Shea. Took my son, who was 15 at the time. No Will Clark or Matt Williams if I remember. Cone 178 pitches.

July 16, 2006

Cone was on the Monday, June 12, 2006 episode of Mike and the Mad Dog (WFAN-660 Radio).

I think he said he threw 166 pitches that game. He didn't blame Torborg for leaving him in because he said he wanted to stay in the game. He said the Mets were a few games under .500 but felt they still had a chance so he wanted to win it for the team.

July 18, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, San Francisco Giants 0
gharian price
October 19, 2011
Had tickets to see the Mets/Braves game on 5-31-92. That game was rained out, so me, my dad (R.I.P. DAD) and my sis went to this one. We had nosebleed seats but my dad's friend who worked at Con Ed with him and also worked Shea security moved us down to field level seats. Great game, great pitching by El Sid!

July 19, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 8, San Francisco Giants 4
November 16, 2004
Ahhh, the '92 Mets. Just got The Worst Team Money Could Buy: The Collapse of the New York Mets on Ebay. Interesting book. All I remember about this game is that it was Donruss Baseball Card Book Day and the small size of the Giants' third base coach. Do not remember much other than that. I was just becoming a diehard Mets fan back then.

July 21, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 2
January 8, 2016
Mets Center Fielder Pat Howell made one of the best catches in team history in this game, running full speed back to the wall and leaping against the back wall to make the catch (all in one motion).

July 22, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 7, Los Angeles Dodgers 5
Ed K
July 17, 2007
Cone was apparently feeling the effects of days earlier when he pitched 166 (or more) pitches to throw a complete game shutout. But he managed to win this game anyway, even with a substandard performance.

March 18, 2008

This was the first baseball game to which I ever went. My father took me to this one because it was against the Dodgers, his favorite team growing up before they moved to LA.

July 25, 1992 Shea Stadium
San Diego Padres 2, Mets 0
Hank M
April 5, 2005
I went to this game with a special friend -- a Mets' fan from Great Britain. For about a year, we had been writing letters to each other, mostly about our favorite team.

On her first visit to the United States, we finally met each other. We spent the day walking around Manhattan, seeing the sites, including the Empire State Building and the Museum of Television and Radio. Our day ended with a visit to Shea Stadium that night.

The game, which we watched from from the mezzanine behind home plate, was a very uneventful 2-0 loss to the Padres. It didn't matter, though. Spending the day together, buying souvenirs and watching the Mets at Shea provided great memories for both of us.

July 29, 1992 Veterans Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies 6, Mets 3
Michael Bisignano
August 20, 2004
I remeber it being a day game. My friend and I drove down to the Vet from Staten Island just so we can get an idea how to get there since I had Eagles tickets that October. Anyway I remember that it was Todd Pratts major league debut. Before the game along the left field line we were jawing at Bret Saberhagen a little and he semmed to be a good sport about it. Dave Hollins hit a home run late and this beautiful Phillies fan girl who had a Hollins jersey on wouldnt stop jumping up and down. That was the best part of the game

August 10, 1992 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Mets 2
Ed K
March 17, 2004
Vince Coleman set a Met record with 5 walks in this game.

August 12, 1992 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 7, Mets 6
November 30, 2008
I doubt anyone reads this anymore being that it's an old and insignificant game, but I caught a line drive foul ball off the bat of Andy Van Slyke in this game. Would love to know where to find a video of the game to see if I made it onto tv!

November 30, 2009

The heart of the Mets line-up on this day: Dave Gallagher-Chico Walker-Jeff McKnight. Oye.

August 23, 1992 Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego Padres 4, Mets 3
Bob P
March 7, 2004
This was David Cone's last appearance as a Met (at least until last year). Cone allowed three runs and three hits in seven innings and took the loss. At this point he was 13-7 for a team that was 53-67.

Four days later Cone was traded to Toronto for Jeff Kent and Ryan Thompson.

August 28, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Cincinnati Reds 3
April 17, 2001
It wasn't so much about the game that I remember, it's what happened on the off day the day before. The Mets traded my favorite player david cone to the blue jays. I was only 12 years old and living in miami, fl at the time. I listened to every Mets game on the radio. Miami was a big Mets town! I was shocked when I heard the news! Well I listened to the game anyway, and I kept score as I always did, but this time knowing that my favorite david cone would not play in a met uniform again. even though the Mets won, I was still unable to sleep that night!

January 11, 2016

Just watched this game on my old tape... Weird game, considering that Shea held a concert that week and the outfield still had the clear outlines for the stage and setup of that concert. So anytime a ball went into the outfield, you could clearly still see the strange outfield configuration on the tv broadcast. Good game too, as Darryl Boston hit the go-ahead homer in the 8th to win it for New York.

Shickhaus Franks
March 19, 2016

That concert (Elton John/Eric Clapton) would be the last at Shea until 2003 when a guy from my home state of New Jersey named Springsteen played there. The reason why Shea officials nixed rock concerts at the time was due to the toll they took on the field!

August 30, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Cincinnati Reds 3
flushing flash
March 21, 2002
I'm pretty sure this was a Sunday night game broadcast nationwide on ESPN. It was "Turn Back the Clock Night" at Shea: the Mets unis weren't too different but the Reds were wearing the vests and black sleeves that they wore in the early 1960's and which are their regular uniforms today. Rob Dibble blew the save by giving up two runs in the ninth, the last on a hit by Bobby Bo. He stormed off the mound and tore off his uniform as he headed for the dugout. Priceless!

Hank M
August 27, 2005

Bobby Bonilla hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to win this one for the Mets. After he hit the ball, Jon Miller (ESPN's play-by-play man) said the words "It's going to stay in the ballpark." One second later (no exaggeration) the ball landed on the Mets' bullpen. The next the the TV audience saw was Dibble tearing off his 1962 style uniform vest and leaving it on the field.

From time to time, ESPN has shown a replay of this home run, but only to show what Dibble did afterwards. The never show it with Miller's erroneous call. Tim McCarver once said in a commercial he made "Never say it's out of here before it's out of here." Miller made this mistake, only in reverse. He said it WASN'T out of here before it wasn't. But it was.

January 23, 2013

I recall this game as 'turn the clock back' night. After Bobby B hit a HR to win the game in the bottom of the 9th, I can still see Reds pitcher Dibble tearing his shirt off in disgust!

The National Anthem was sung by 1950's-60's singer, Julius LaRosa. I worked with his daughter at the time and gave her the tix for him to sign. He wrote: "We won!! Julius LaRosa". I still have the tix in my collection.

August 31, 1992 Shea Stadium
Atlanta Braves 8, Mets 6
March 18, 2002
First game of a twi-night doubleheader that went 14 innings. Looking back on the game, I could've sworn that the Mets won on a Bonilla single.

Bob P
May 26, 2004

The Mets lost this game in fourteen innings when Otis Nixon hit a two-out, two-run double off Lee Guetterman.

Bobby Bonilla did have an RBI single in the eighth inning. It drove in the first of four runs that inning as the Mets tied the score 6-6. The Mets had just nine hits in fourteen innings and four of their hits came in the top of the eighth.

September 1, 1992 Shea Stadium
Atlanta Braves 4, Mets 1
Howard Fein
June 19, 2004
This was the game that featured the infamous shoving match between Vince Coleman and Jeff Torborg. Coleman was called out on strikes after failing to check his swing. After much arguing, the ump ran him. Vince kept it up, so Torborg came out of the dugout. Player and manager exchanged shoves, much to the delight of the crowd that was numbed by the otherwise dreary 1992 season. The subsequent NL pennant-winning Braves went on to win the game, 4-1. Another all- too-typical outcome for the era.

Bob P
July 2, 2004

Howard, wow-I had forgotten all about the shoving match between two of my least favorite Mets of all time!

After Coleman got booted, he was replaced by Ryan Thompson, who made his major league debut in this game and struck out in his first at bat.

September 2, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 6, Atlanta Braves 5
Jon Victor
September 22, 2002
I went to this game when I was 9 and a Braves fan. It was my first season as a fan, although I would become a Mets fan before 1994. At this game, my favorite player, Braves catcher Greg Olson, came over to me and gave me one of the balls that he used for batting practice, complete with autograph! He also signed my baseball cap! What a nice person!

September 5, 1992 Riverfront Stadium
Cincinnati Reds 6, Mets 5
Randy Scouse Git
June 16, 2009
This game had the most disgusting ending! The Mets were ahead by a run in the ninth when Eddie Murray (among the all-time leaders in grand slams) came up with the bases loaded and one out. Eddie asked umpire Terry Tata to move over a few feet. The stubborn Tata refused. After an argument, Tata ejected Murray, depriving him of his chance to do some damage. Macker Sasser had to pinch hit and grounded into a double play. The Reds then scored two in the bottom of the ninth to win.

Even though they weren't in pennant contention, the Mets were very upset about losing this game. They had every right to be. They had their big chance to increase their lead taken away just because Terry Tata wouldn't move his big, fat butt!

September 9, 1992 Veterans Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies 2, Mets 1
Bob P
March 8, 2004
At the Vet, Sid Fernandez allows just two runs and five hits while striking out nine, but it's not good enough.

The Phils' Curt Schilling pitches a one-hitter, with the only hit a fifth inning leadoff homer by Bobby Bonilla. Schilling does not walk anyone and the only other Met batter to reach base was Chico Walker, who was awarded first base on catcher's interference with two outs in the fourth inning.

John Kruk drove in both Phillie runs with an infield out and a single.

September 16, 1992 Shea Stadium
St. Louis Cardinals 10, Mets 4
January 13, 2006
I was at this game and although I don't remember it (I happened across the program) I did find it interesting that I was on hand for one of DJ Dozier's 2 rbi's as a Met. Well ok I guess it isn't that interesting but those Mets of the early/mid 90's didn't have much else going for them.

September 18, 1992 Shea Stadium
Montreal Expos 10, Mets 4
Fan 5/31/64 - 8/11/94
March 28, 2005
Did you ever catch a ball in the stands? Years of going to games had the same result of one of my other lifelong Mets goals... seeing a no-hitter. Many close calls but no cigar. 9/18/92 was a nice night, the Mets out of it, me in my usual seat. Gooden pitching, Cordero at bat.

Those of you who sit in the same place all the time know that a ball that looks like its coming toward you will fall short and any ball that will came near you initially looks like it will go over your head. Cordero lifts a foul up towards the Mezz. I realized that it was going to come down right on top of us. Everyone stood. We were in a C box on line between the dugout and home. No one was in the B box that late season night. The ball went just behind us and hit the aisle between the boxes and reserves, then took a slow arch back towards us, just out of reach of what seemed like hundreds of hands. It came back over our heads and spent its energy as it settled like a feather as I closed my outstreached hands over it. The noisy excitement of the moment dropped to dead silence as everyone, reaching out towards my position froze as though time itself had stopped. A gift for a faithful and deserving fan.

September 19, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 7, Montreal Expos 5
January 12, 2005
I was 10 when I went to this game. I remember my dad seemingly being excited about seeing Bret Saberhagen pitch. This may have been the game where I brought a friend and him and I started spitting down at people from the upper deck rail.

September 20, 1992 Shea Stadium
Mets 1, Montreal Expos 0
September 2, 2008
Gary Carter's last game at Shea.

September 26, 1992 Three Rivers Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 19, Mets 2
Bob P
June 14, 2004
After scoring one in the top of the first the Mets gave up six in the bottom, and six more in the bottom of the second. It was 12-1 Pirates after two innings, and 16-1 after four innings.

In this game--number 154 of their 31st season-- the Mets used a position player to pitch for the first time in their history. Bill Pecota pinch- hit in the eighth inning and then stayed in the game on the mound. He gave up a leadoff homer to Andy Van Slyke them retired the next three batters.

Barry Bonds had a double, a homer, and two walks before coming out of the game in the fourth inning!

September 27, 1992 Three Rivers Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Mets 2
September 8, 2009
I remember watching this game in my college dorm room in Miami on WWOR. The Pirates clinched the NL East in this game and WWOR did the Pirates locker room celebration on the Kiners Korner postgame show.

At the beginning of the season I thought the last 2 weekend series against the Pirates would decide the NL East as the Mets were expected to be right at the top all year. That never happened as the Mets were never even close to contending. The Mets were not as good as everyone thought and they had to watch the Pirates clinch in front of their eyes.

October 4, 1992 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 2, Mets 0
June 23, 2001
Barry Bonds' last Game and The only foul ball I ever caught

Putbeds 1986
July 12, 2006

What Jay meant to say; it was Bonds last regular-season game in a Pirates uniform (They lost to Atlanta in the NLCS). He would sign with the Giants in the off-season. Also when Barry first started, he was skinnier than Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, now he's broken down and all 'roided up just like former WWF wrestler The Dynamite Kid who is now confined to a wheelchair cause of all the chemicals he took plus not to mention all the crazy jumps off the top rope. I hate to say this but the same fate is gonna happen to Mr. Bonds!

Pete H.
July 17, 2007

Jeff McKnight batting cleanup. Ouch.

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