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March 31, 2008 Dolphin Stadium
Mets 7, Florida Marlins 2
Kyle B
April 1, 2008
Great to see Johan come out and pitch 7 spectacular innings on Opening Day. We hit well, fielded well, ran well and you couldn't ask for a better way to start the year. Hopefully Santana and the Mets can keep this rolling all year long.

Jerry Durney
April 7, 2008

Made the 3-and-a-half-hour drive to Miami for the game and it was more than worth it to watch Johan pitch! It was a new feeling to have a Met starter be in a jam and not be worried at all, knowing he would find a way out of it! Here's to 7 more years of games like this!

April 1, 2008 Dolphin Stadium
Florida Marlins 5, Mets 4
Amit Kamani
April 4, 2008
Tough Loss for the Mets. But even tougher is Pedro going down with the hamstring injury. Hopefully Mets take their time with Pedro and not rush him back. I would rather have a fully healthy Pedro for the strech run. Santana, Maine and Perez should be able to hold things together and hopefully Hernandez and Pelfrey can give us some quality starts.

April 2, 2008 Dolphin Stadium
Mets 13, Florida Marlins 0
John T Greenpoint
April 4, 2008
Nice to see that David Wright finally got his first home run at Dolphin Stadium. It was a bomb and the Mets rolled 13-0. Oliver Perez was sharp striking out 8 and walking 1.

April 6, 2008 Turner Field
Atlanta Braves 3, Mets 1
John T Greenpoint
April 8, 2008
What a wasted pitching performance for the Mets. Johan Santana was absolutely brilliant. But Mets couldn't give him any run support today. Johan made some play on a comebacker. I guess thats why he will win another Gold Glove.

April 8, 2008 Shea Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies 5, Mets 2
April 9, 2008
Last Opener at Shea turns out to be a continuation of last season. A small lead. The offense goes to sleep and the bullpen melts down. It started with Perez not getting out of the 6th. It looks as though this team will not be able to win even with Santana. What a shame.

Shickhaus Franks
April 9, 2008

ALMOST had tickets for the last home opener at Shea Stadium but my friend DIDN'T get them from his boss. (He would of given them to me had he got them.) SIGH!!! Had to watch the game on SNY. I'll definitely be there for other games this season but to miss out on this historic home opener will hurt for some time, even with the end result of another horrible Mets loss to those Philly Cheesesteak Inbreds.

Gets by Buckner
April 9, 2008

I was so pumped about this game. The last opener at Shea. The Train ride in from the LIRR had tons of Met fans, everyone was excited. Delgado hit one out in the second, the Mets added another run then...Schoeneweis came in and the walls came tumbling down. The Mets could not recover. I was at the previous three openers, all Met wins.

October 6, 2008

Worst game I ever went to.

April 9, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 8, Philadelphia Phillies 2
Amit Kamani
April 11, 2008
Finally a win against the Phillies. Mets offense scored 8 runs primarily thanks to Phillies awful defense in the 3rd inning. Thanks Eric Bruntlett. I though Pelfrey was decent through 5 innings. Hopefully he can start pitching deeper into games. Mets need Pelfrey to finally break through and realize his potential

April 10, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Philadelphia Phillies 3
Mike F
April 11, 2008
I was at the game and donned the rally cap in the bottom of the 10th inning. Apparently the cameraman took notice and I was on TV for like 5 to 10 seconds according to the immediate text messages and calls I received! Too bad it took two more innings for the magic of the rally cap to take effect.

April 11, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Milwaukee Brewers 2
John T Greenpoint
April 12, 2008
Nelson Figueroa was brilliant! Only allowing 2 runs in 6 innings, both runs coming via the base on balls. Brewers are a horrible defensive club, making 2 errors that proved costly when the Mets took advantage and put up runs because of the miscues!

April 15, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 6, Washington Nationals 0
John T Greenpoint
April 16, 2008
What an outstanding pitching performance from "BIG" Mike Pelfrey! Looks like Pelfrey has found his groove early this year compared to last season. David Wright had a big game hitting a home run, 2 doubles and driving in 5 runs in a 6-0 victory!

Amit Kamani
April 16, 2008

Let me begin by saying it was a pleasure to see Jackie Robinson honored the way he was last night around MLB. His impact on the game and on the world will never be forgotten.

Lots of good things happened in this game. Wright and Reyes combine for 7 hits. Sanchez returns and pitches a scoreless inning. But in my opinion the most important thing about this game was Mike Pelfrey pitching 7 shutout innings. Hopefully this is the beginning of a great career for him. It seems like he finally has confidence in his stuff.

April 17, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, Washington Nationals 2
Shickhaus Franks
April 20, 2008
Made my first visit to good ol' Shea for 2008 on this beautiful night and on the 44th anniversary of the Shea opener where Jack Fisher, Tim Harkness and Ron Hunt were on hand to change the number from 74 to 73 games remaining. I went by myself (my pal was gonna go but changed his mind) and during the game some blonde decided to audition for Girls Gone Wild by show off her you- know-whats and a few fans took photos with their camera phones. (By the way, security ejected her.) You know, If I want to see a woman without any clothes on, I can turn on Showtime at 3:00 am or go to the beach at Fire Island and NOT at a baseball game where there were many kids present!

Also, when Nats 3B Ryan Zimmerman came up to bat, I yelled out "It's Randy Orton's twin" as he does look like the smart aleck WWE Raw champion. I stayed the entire 14 innings even though I had to wake up at 6:00 am for work but it should've been over in the 12th when Damion Easley got thrown out at 3rd when umpire Brian Winters blew the call (Easley was SAFE) and fans decided to recreate the 1973 NLCS by throwing stuff. But Easley got revenge in the 14th when he scored on a wild pitch! All in all, a wonderful night at a place called William A. Shea NOW ON ITS LAST LEGS AND I WILL MISS SO MUCH (SIGH!!!)

April 18, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Mets 6, Philadelphia Phillies 4
John t Greenpoint
April 20, 2008
What a pitching performance from Johan Santana! David Wright was 4 for 4 had a chance at the cycle and reached base in all 5 plate appearances. Mets are starting to erase the tension when playing the Phillies.

April 19, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Mets 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2
John T Greenpoint
April 20, 2008
Talk about an intense game. Mets go up 4-0 on a 2-run Home Run from Jose Reyes, but Phillies load the bases with 1 out in the 8th and Heilman strikes out Jenkins and Werth to keep the Met lead at 4-2. Wagner comes in and throws a 1,2,3 ninth inning. He remains to give up a hit on the season. So far the best game the Mets have played this year. And we are back in 1st place!

April 21, 2008 Wrigley Field
Chicago Cubs 7, Mets 1
Amit Kamani
April 21, 2008
Tough loss for the Mets. Maine pitched well enough to win but Reyes and the bullpen blew any shot the Mets had of coming back to win the game. Hopefully things go better tomorrow.

April 26, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 4, Atlanta Braves 3
October 19, 2011
YAY! Gustavo Molina makes his Mets debut!

April 30, 2008 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 13, Mets 1
May 1, 2008
What a STINKER!! Oliver Perez went back to his old ways in this game although it would have been nice if the defense made some plays. Not sure why Randolph brought in Figeuroa to relieve Perez. I think he was scheduled to pitch on Saturday in Arizona. Dont think that will happen now. I think Randolph would have been better served leaving Perez in to pitch a few more innings to save the bullpen. Mets need more innings from their starters otherwise that bullpen is going to run out of gas at the end of the season when the Mets will need them the most.

John T Greenpoint
May 2, 2008

Oliver Perez was absolutely horrid today. Only lasting an 1.2 and walking practically the whole Pirates lineup. This game is exactly like last year's game that Perez pitched against the Pirates at Shea when he imploded in the 5th or 6th inning. In last year's game he threw the ball down the 1st base line after he got himself into trouble!!! If we are going to be successful this year Perez has to pitch like he did his first three starts!

Ken K
July 22, 2008

Likely my last game at Shea. Growing up a Mets fan, went to games and watched on TV, but my family long ago moved away. Came back for one last hurrah with a friend, first base box seats, but this game was a sorry affair for the Mets. Spent most of the time walking the stadium. Shea and the Mets were a magical part of my life as a kid; that's back when the blue/orange shingles were on the place. I will miss it.

January 12, 2013

This was the only Mets game I've ever been to. I'm a life-long Mets fan but have always lived in the south so don't really have many chances to go. The Mets lost 13-1 and looked like a high school team. To top that off, I got mustard thrown all over my Mets jersey by fans in the upper deck. It was still a cool experience but could have been better.

May 2, 2008 Bank One Ballpark
Mets 7, Arizona Diamondbacks 2
Henry (metsjets) Indictor
February 25, 2010
Too bad Jose Reyes just missed out on the cycle. That would've been cool because he is so fast.

May 4, 2008 Bank One Ballpark
Mets 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 2
May 5, 2008
What a huge win for the Mets! They continue their dominance in Arizona. Decent outing by Santana however over his last 2 starts he has been less effective. Bullpen did a nice job and what a throw by Church to get the runner at third in the 8th inning. GAME SAVING PLAY. Nice to see the Mets win a series against the best team in the majors. Lets hope they can keep it going in LA.

May 6, 2008 Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles Dodgers 5, Mets 4
May 7, 2008
Whatever momentum the Mets got from the series in Arizona has been lost. This team has absolutely no consistency offensively. Its frustrating because they should have a better offensive output on a regular basis. Mets led in this game but Nelson F. could not hold the lead. In 2006 the Mets would get ahead in a game and put their opponent away. It seems as if now if they get a lead they are content on depending on the starters and the bullpen to hold that lead. Where is that killer instinct from 2 years ago? I hate to say this but the Mets are mediocre at best right now.

Henry (metsjets) Indictor
April 4, 2010

I've seen two inside-the-parkers. Blake DeWitt's in this game was the first.

May 7, 2008 Dodger Stadium
Mets 12, Los Angeles Dodgers 1
John T Greenpoint
May 8, 2008
Nice win today. The bats finally came alive with RISP and John Maine was outstanding, almost going the distance. Mets need to be more consistent with RISP and with 2 outs. Just seems this year so far they are lacking the big clutch hit. Finished the road trip at 3-3 but could have easily been 4-2. Now we come home to play the Reds and the Nationals, two of the worst teams in the National League. Time to start a nice big winning streak now!

May 10, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 12, Cincinnati Reds 6
Henry (metsjets) Indictor
February 21, 2010
My best friend Aaron invited me to this game. This was my first game of '08. It was cool that in every inning (except the 1st and 9th inning) either the Mets or the Reds scored a run.

May 11, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 8, Cincinnati Reds 3
The Big H
May 12, 2008
This game featured a Mets win with the Reds batting out of order. Although no harm was done Willie Randolph played it wrong, unlike Wes Westrum, who on June 27, 1967 played it correctly. On that day the manager in 1967 Westrum waited until the miscreant batting out of turn got a hit, and it was taken away from him. In the Randolph botch, Willie ran out to the umpire as soon as the first guy batted out of turn, instead of waiting for the second guy to complete his turn at bat. If he had gotten a hit it would have been taken away. Instead what happened here was the guy who batted out of turn got to hit again, since he was batting one turn early and got a single on his second try in the same inning. No damage to for Met fans, but this one is unhappy that the manager doesn't know the rules.

May 13, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 6, Washington Nationals 3
John T Greenpoint
May 15, 2008
Another GREAT pitching performance from John Maine. 6 innings 2 hits 1 earned run and he even got a base hit! Mets made some roster moves before this game sending down Jorge Sosa, Nelson Figueroa and placed Angel Pagan on the 15 day DL. Called up Claudio Vargas and took Matt Wise off the DL, also brought up Fernando Tatis. Personally I love the moves and Tatis already showed why the moves are good; he singled and scored a run. This should make the Mets bullpen better than it was.

May 15, 2008 Shea Stadium
Washington Nationals 1, Mets 0
Amit Kamani
May 15, 2008
Another terrible performance by the Mets offense. Just don't understand this team right now. There is no consistency with the offense. Reyes base-running error in the 8th inning hurt but he was trying to make something happen for an offense that has under-acheived all year long. Mets better hope one of the other teams in the NL East don't get hot or they may find themselves on the outside looking in. This season has been a frustrating one thus far.

Amit Kamani
May 17, 2008

After posting my earlier comments I thought of something that I figured I would convey to you all. Bottom of the 8th inning, Reyes on first and nobody out. Castillo bunts the first pitch. Taking away the fact that Reyes got thrown out trying to go first to third on a bunt, can anyone tell me why Reyes was not given a chance to steal 2nd base first? If Reyes steals 2nd base with Castillo at the plate then you can bunt him over to third with less than 2 outs. With a speedy runner like Reyes I think a moderately hit fly ball could have easily scored him. Not sure what Randolph was thinking there.

May 18, 2008 Yankee Stadium II
Mets 11, New York Yankees 2
Kyle B
May 20, 2008
Went to the game with my brother and was sitting down the first base line. We were really getting into it with the Yankee fans. When the Mets had that 4 run fourth, me and all the Met fans were going nuts. When they finally really busted it open and made it 8-2 and eventually 11-2 all the Yankees fans started to leave. That's when the fun started. Let's go Mets chants were everywhere and we absolutely took over Yankee Stadium for those last 2 innings. Great night to be a Mets fan and one of the most satisfying games I've ever attended.

May 20, 2008 Turner Field
Atlanta Braves 6, Mets 2
May 22, 2008
I am not even going to talk about the disappointing doubleheader sweep because I believe that there is something more important to talk about. At the end of Game 2 we witnessed a horrific collision on a double play which sent the Mets most consistent hitter this year onto the ground in a daze. Braves shortstop Yunel Escobar seemed to also get banged up on the play as well. As I watched the replay it looked as if the whole Braves team came out to see if Escobar was ok, many of them even seemed quite concerned about Church as well. Amazing that the only Mets that I saw out there were Damion Easley, Billy Wagner, and Willie Randolph. Where was David Wright? Where was Beltran? Where was Delgado? Where was Reyes? Where is the chemistry on this ball club? Where is the brotherhood? Are you telling me that none of those guys noticed that Church was seriously hurt? We wonder why this team is going nowhere.

May 21, 2008 Turner Field
Atlanta Braves 11, Mets 4
May 23, 2008
Another loss at Turner Field. Pelfrey did not pitch that well but he should have had better defense behind him. Castillo not making that play with 2 outs in the third inning really hurt. Just another example of the uninspired play of this team all year long. Not sure where everyone's head is but at some point Mets need to turn this thing around quick. Marlins look like they may be the real deal and at some point the Braves and Phillies are going to get more consistent. I still believe the Mets have the most talented team in the division but talent can take you only so far. What the Mets need right now is fire and desire.

May 28, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 7, Florida Marlins 6
May 31, 2008
Game of the year. Wins like this haven't been coming the Mets way lately so this is huge.

June 2, 2008 Pacific Bell Park
San Francisco Giants 10, Mets 2
June 3, 2008
Oliver Perez was horrible in this game. 1/3 IP is unacceptable and the Mets need to address this issue. I can't understand why a guy with his stuff cant be more consistent. Mets need to forget this one and finish this series off with a couple of wins to keep the momentum going. Can't wait to see how Pedro does tomorrow.

June 10, 2008 Shea Stadium
Arizona Diamondbacks 9, Mets 5
June 11, 2008
I really do not know what to make of the 2008 Mets. After a 10-game span where they went 7-3, they follow it up with 5 losses in a row (4 to a bad Padres team without having to face Peavy, Young, or Maddux). The team just can't seem to get anything going consistently. When they pitch well they don't hit and when they hit well they don't pitch. Not surprisingly in this game they got out to a 5-1 lead on Arizona and the bats went to sleep. Arizona was able to come back and win the game. We see this way too much with the Mets: they get a lead and they sit on it depending on starting pitching that is inconsistent and a bullpen that cannot be trusted. I hate to say it but maybe this is what they are, a .500 caliber team. Maybe Omar Minaya should consider trading away some of the veteran talent like Wagner and Beltran to get young major league ready prospects in return. Build that team around Johan, Wright and Reyes. Even if the Mets turn it around I am not sure if they have a good enough team to compete with the Cubs, Phillies, or D-Backs. I am not giving up on this team I am just being realistic.

June 11, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 3
November 28, 2008
This game was a lot of fun to watch. Pelfrey pitched a gem, but Wagner blew it in the ninth and the game went into extra innings. As it got later, my friend and I realized we would have to leave in order to catch the last train out of Grand Central. We left after the 12th, and while we were on the 7 train someone announced that Beltran had won it with a homer. Even though we didn't get to see the end, we had a great time.

June 16, 2008 Angels Stadium
Mets 9, Los Angeles Angels 6
Phil Thiegou
July 7, 2008
Once again, I schlepped out to the West Coast to see my beloved Amazin's. As we all know, Willie's head was on the chopping block for some time. I was joking with others, who would make it out to Anaheim first, me or Willie? Well, I did as I flew out the previous day, and Willie did later that night.

I sat behind the Mets dugout (first base side) with a couple other Mets fans who schlepped out there too as well as a bunch of transplants. I was directly behind Willie (well, about 20 rows behind him) and I saw him come out to make pitching changes and congratulate the team after they won.

Afterwards, my cousin and I had dinner at the only all-night diner in San Bernadino County. (You can count on one hand the number of all night diners in So. California.) Well afterwards we hear about Willie. "Huh? They fired him? They won. Now they have to fly him back home cross- country after they just flew him out for one game."

As you know, they also fired pitching coach Rick Peterson and 1st base coach Tom Nieto, so the next day there was practically a new coaching staff.

Had it not been for Tiger Woods winning the US 0pen in overtime and on a bum leg to a Cinderella story, this would've been the biggest sports story of the day.

June 23, 2008 Shea Stadium
Seattle Mariners 5, Mets 2
August 28, 2012
In this game, Felix Hernandez became the first American League pitcher to hit a grand slam in 37 years. It came against his fellow Venezuelan, Johan Santana.

June 24, 2008 Shea Stadium
Seattle Mariners 11, Mets 0
June 25, 2008
Horrible loss for the Mets and another unacceptable outing by Oliver Perez. He is just not the same pitcher he was last year. Saw the ejections of Manuel and Beltran and was disgusted by the actions of umpire Brian Runge. It is clear that he intentionally made contact with Manuel and baited Beltran into an argument. MLB does not need umpires like Runge working for them. He came off as a bully umpire who has no respect for the game. I really hope MLB takes disciplinary action against him.

Ed K
July 6, 2012

The 2nd of two appearances by R.A. Dickey against the Mets. The first was for the Rangers in 2003.

July 6, 2012

I was at this game and recall thinking who the hell is RA Dickey and how can Mets get shut out by him...who knew!!!

I remember reading the next day he had been throwing a knuckleball; I had no idea from my OF seats!

June 27, 2008 Yankee Stadium II
Mets 15, New York Yankees 6
Mike A.
October 1, 2008
Tried to keep up with this game while I was at work. Beating the Yanks to a bloody pulp made my day, shame they couldn't win the nitecap.

The game that turned around Carlos Delgado's season, still can't get over his final RBI total that day. Also can't forget how quickly the Yanks demoted and got rid of Ross Ohlendorf after the pounding the Mets gave him.

Oh, and one last thing....good to see the Mets wearing their blue caps on the road! Too bad it wasn't permanent.

Mike Harrison
January 23, 2012

Life long Met fan who moved away from the Bronx to Ohio in 1973. Wanted to see Yankee Stadium and Shea one last time. Took my son who was the same age as I went I left NY. Perfect, the first game of the series was at Yankee Stadium (making up a previous rainout). Rest of the series was at Shea. Delgado set the Met record with 9 RBI's. Great day and great memory with my son.

June 29, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, New York Yankees 1
June 30, 2008
Just a great pitching performance by Oliver Perez. 4-0 versus Yankees as a Mets pitcher. Mets with this win take 4 out of 6 from the Yankees!! Now we go and play the Cardinals and the Phillies on the road. Both series' are 4 games Mets need to come out of this road trip 6-2. That would push the Mets back into 1st place!!

Shickhaus Franks
July 16, 2008

Sat in the last row of the Mezzanine on the 1st base side (Sec. 25) with my friend Kathy and her new child Adam who she had adopted from Vietnam in Sept. 2007 (It was his 1st Mets game and he had on a cute Mets outfit and clapped when we clapped.) Despite the rain (IT ALWAYS SEEMS THAT THERE IS NEVER A SUBWAY SERIES WITHOUT ROTTEN WEATHER) and the fact that Jose Reyes threw a temper tantrum, all 3 of us loved it when the Mets defeated the EVIL Yankees!!

July 6, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Mets 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2
July 7, 2008
Wow! What a crucial game. I didn't get to watch the whole game cause I left it in the bottom of the first when Ollie made Ryan Howard or Pat Burrell (I don't remember) pop up to end the bottom of the first. I was on my way to take the subway to go downtown to shop and hang out all day, but as soon as I came home I turned on the T.V. to check if the Mets won and by surprise the Mets were in the middle of a 3-hour rain delay and leading by one freaking run thanks to Carlos Beltran's solo shot.

I was kind of pissed off that the Mets were up by a run when they should have been winning by a couple more, but then Beltran in the top 9th with the clutch again driving in Jose Reyes from 3rd for the insurance run, I was saying "OK, now it's in the bag." Until Wagner blew it in the bottom of the ninth with one strike away to end it, I couldn't believe it.

The Mets bullpen was strong throughout extra innings and then the BIG HIT by Fernando Tatis with one on in the 12th, I jumped out of my chair with joy and almost hit my arms with the ceiling fan because of my height but I didn't freaking care cause the Mets took the lead and the Phillies sucked and Joe Smith nailed it down in the bottom of the 12th. GO METS! GREAT GAME!

July 7, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Mets 10, Philadelphia Phillies 9
July 8, 2008
I was pretty much about to throw up at the end of this game. I don't get SNY where I live so I have to periodically check ESPN for the Mets score. First they were up 8-0 and I was so happy thinking what a way to take 3 out of 4 from the first place Phillies. Then checked it again and it was 10-1, then 10-2, then 10-3, then 10-5. At this point I getting nervous because I knew the Mets still needed 6 more outs and getting 6 outs against the Phillies is not an easy task. Then 10-7 and Billy Wags coming in to seal the deal, 10-9. This is the point where I am just about to go into the bathroom to puke up when the final score flashes on the screen, Mets win 10-9! Love the fact the Mets took 3 out of 4 in this series and was also impressed by Pedro's bounce back start, however I would love to see Minaya go out and get some more bullpen help because last night really exposed a glaring weakness with this team.

Stu Baron
July 8, 2008

This game was eerily similar to that of 7/25/90, which the Mets also won, 10-9, in Philly...the Phillies scored 6 runs in the ninth inning of that one, prompting Bob Murphy's unforgettable, uncharacteristically risque exclamation, "The Mets win the ballgame! They win the damn thing by a score of 10-9!"

I was watching on TV, and I started thinking about the 1990 game when it was 10-3, and looked up the box score on here when it was 10-5.

July 12, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, Colorado Rockies 0
Ed K
August 11, 2009
Took our sons to this one. Finally got to see Pedro pitch in person but he had to leave early with an injury. My final game at Shea. It was a nice run.

July 22, 2008 Shea Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies 8, Mets 6
July 23, 2008
Talk about a huge letdown!! Mets had no business losing this game. Even without Wagner the bullpen has to get those last 3 outs. There is no excuse for them blowing a 3-run lead. Kind of thought Santana could have stepped up an pitched the ninth inning but I don't even think he thought the bullpen could mess things up at that point. Mets gotta regroup and get the next one. As tough as this loss is, it is not a big deal when you look at the big picture. They are still only 1 game out with an opportunity to take the next 2 from the Phillies. Let's hope they do. GO METS!!

July 24, 2008

The ghosts of 2007 and Willie LIVE! A 3-run lead and 3 outs until the Mets are alone in 1st place! Then they blow it by giving up SIX DAMN RUNS! THE METS SHOULD HAVE A THREE-GAME LEAD AFTER THURSDAY, NOT A ONE LOUSY GAME LEAD! Two days later this game still leaves me PISSED just like the one moronic Phillie fan near my section that night. The Mets SQUANDERED several chances (especially the 8th inning) to blow the game WIDE OPEN and with the bases loaded more than once! If the Mets blow it by one game like last year, this STINKER will have to rank up there with the 2007 finale! WAS NOT A HAPPY CAMPER LEAVING SHEA TUESDAY AND STILL A LITTLE AGITATED TODAY!

March 9, 2009

What a great game to have as my last at Shea. I know it stank for Mets fans, but I'll always remember this opportunity to hear the Shea boobirds try to emulate their rivals from down the Turnpike.

July 24, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 3, Philadelphia Phillies 1
July 24, 2008
Awesome win for the Mets!! Perez was once again "BIG GAME OLLIE" and Delgado came through again in the clutch. What I am most impressed about is the way this team responded after Tuesday night's loss which was the worst of the season. To come back and win this series is huge for them. I was extremely sorry to hear about Pedro's father who lost his battle with brain cancer. I can't imagine what it is like to lose your father. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

July 24, 2008

Woke up just in time for the first pitch and was pumped by Oliver Perez's performance. In the bottom of the 8th the Mets did what Phillies could not do in the top of the inning and that was get the key hit and take the lead. In the 9th I wanted to see Rollins come up and I got my wish as he came up and made the last out that put the Mets alone in first.

July 26, 2008 Shea Stadium
St. Louis Cardinals 10, Mets 8
Andy S.
October 6, 2008
After being a Mets fan for well over 20 years, I finally made my first trip to Shea Stadium for this contest. I've seen many Mets games in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Miami, but never at Shea. So I get a chance in the final year of the stadium, as my brother got me tickets to the game. I flew up to Pennsylvania from Florida and I felt like a little kid, excited with anticipation. The day finally came and it started and ended rough. Journeyman Brandon Knight got the start and looked very journeymanlike in the first, allowing four runs. But the Mets immediately responded with two in the bottom half of the first, and from there it was a see-saw battle. All 14 innings worth. I screamed at the top of my lungs during every Mets highlight, and there were many. Carlos Delgado hitting a pair of long bombs, Fernando Tatis hitting a home run that Cardinal centerfielder Rick Ankiel is still convinced he caught. As he leapt at the fence, and came down...a nervous hush came over the crowd. Did he catch it? When he slammed the ground with his glove, the crowd let out a monstrous roar. The game was tied at 8 in the bottom of the ninth. The Mets had several opportunities in the extra innings to win it, but couldn't come through with the big hit. Everybody's favorite whipping boy Aaron Heilman came into the game in the 12th and was effective for the first two innings. He retired two batters in the 14th and with one on and two outs, he fell behind Albert Pujols 2-0. I kept thinking...it's OK, just pitch around him and go after Ankiel. Sure enough, a fat fastball was grooved and Pujols did his thing. Mets went meekly in the 14th, but all in all I had a wonderful time.

July 27, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 9, St. Louis Cardinals 1
gharian price
September 2, 2008
Great game! Johan Santana's first complete game of the season for my beloved Mets. David Wright, Fernando Tatis, and Ramon Castro all homer. Started off pouring rain but barely even drizzled during the game. Could be my last game in person at Shea. Shea Stadium, I will never forget you!

August 2, 2008 Astros Field
Houston Astros 5, Mets 4
Ed K
April 23, 2012
Murphy's first MLB game. He singled his first time at-bat.

August 7, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 5, San Diego Padres 3
Ed K
June 29, 2011
Last walk-off homer at Shea.

August 9, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 8, Florida Marlins 6
Shickhaus Franks
September 2, 2008
Great game on a beautiful night without any humidity. Bob Murphy's widow Joy changed the number and the very beautiful and talented Linda Eder sang the National Anthem! Also, I got to see Daniel Murphy hit his first Major League home run but the bullpen made us sweat a bit but THE AMAZIN'S PUT IN THE BOOKS for a great night at Shea!

Jared K
June 16, 2010

It was great seeing the Mets beat up on Scott Olsen, a punk pitcher on a punk team!

There were 3 Marlins fans (yes ALL 3 of them! They DO exist!) who were getting a little too obnoxious for my liking, but it was good seeing them walk down the exit ramps and out of the stadium disappointed after it was over.

Not a bad night overall. Too bad the season ended on a rotten note!

August 10, 2008 Shea Stadium
Florida Marlins 8, Mets 2
Dan H.
August 26, 2008
Jane Jarvis, Shea Stadium organist from the mid- 60's thru late 70's, pulled down the remaining games at Shea number in centerfield before the game. Seeing her, and hearing a tape of her rendition of "Meet the Mets" was the highlight of the afternoon. Sad to say.

Hot Foot
July 11, 2012

I went with my uncle to celebrate his birthday. We started drinking beer when we got to our seats, in the mezzanine section just behind home plate. I remember Jane Jarvis pulling down the countdown in center field before the game, watching Pelfrey take the mound, and not much else about the game. We kept drinking beer and by the seventh inning we were both asleep in our seats. Someone woke us up when the game was over. Not exactly a thriller.

August 11, 2008 Shea Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates 7, Mets 5
August 11, 2008
As a die hard Mets fan I am sick and tired of watching this bullpen consistently blow games for this team. Aaron Heilman, Joe Smith, Pedro Feliciano, and Scott Schoweneweis were the culprits in this game. We had a 4 run lead going into the 7th inning and lost. Just another example of arguably baseball's worst bullpen doing what it does best. Mets can't survive with this cast of characters.

The Big H
November 20, 2008

An article came out today on Mets.com saying that the Mets are probably dumping Pedro.As part of the Mets disinformation, they said that the Mets lost seven of the last eleven. This was one of the seven losses. Six innings one run while the Mets got five in the first six. It is probably fine for them to dump him but even in 2008 he wasn't all bad. And in this game Aaron ("start me or trade me") Heilman was credited with the loss in the bottom of the ninth. (And this was the last weekday day game at Shea Stadium.)

August 26, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia Phillies 8, Mets 7
August 27, 2008
Have to admit, was not surprised at the outcome of this game. Even after the Mets were leading 7-0 I just had a bad feeling that Philly would rally to make it interesting. Still gotta say though when Ayala had 2 out nobody on in the 9th I though the Mets had the game. Not sure how many more of these types of games the Mets can afford losing before it comes back to haunt them down the road. Some of the guys in that bullpen have provided absolutely nothing this year and really would like to see Minaya make some drastic changes for next year.

August 27, 2008 Citizens Bank Park
Mets 6, Philadelphia Phillies 3
P Gola
April 25, 2010
Drove down the Jersey Turnpike to see this one. Met up with my friend from school. We wore our Mets gear with pride in a sea of Phillies red. Johan was not his best early, and we took some heat from more than a few drunk Phillies fans. We turned the tables when Daniel Murphy hit a double during a 4-run rally in the 8th. We enjoyed celebrating the win at the New Vet or whatever they call it. Driving back from the game we were at a red light on Broad Street when the battered van next to us started honking the horn and yelling at us. Oh no I thought. Turns out it was full of celebrating Mets fans who saw our hats through the window; they were only looking for a party.

August 29, 2008 Dolphin Stadium
Mets 5, Florida Marlins 4
August 31, 2008
Well another AMAZIN' come from behind win, hahaha. I was at a bar watching this game. I left the bar because I was mad that the Mets were losing, so when I got home and turned on the TV I saw the Mets had the bases loaded in the 9th with 2 outs with Beltran coming up. I was like, oh no, this is going to take a while especially the way Beltran has been hitting lately, so I got up to get something to drink in the kitchen. As soon as I opened the fridge to get my water I hear Gary Cohen screaming at the mike "ITS OUTTA HERE, ITS OUTTA HERE!!!" I ran out the kitchen and I see the ball landing in the right field seats of Dolphin Stadium. I was jumping for joy and almost cried my ass off of happiness. I have a good feeling about this Mets team. I think there is something special waiting for the Mets at the finish line when it's all said and done.

Schickhaus Franks
October 6, 2008

All was lost until Beltran came up to bat and really HIT a home run 12 ways to Christmas and then some. Howie Rose's call on WFAN was off the hook; I'm surprised that he didn't start yelling BELTRAN-BELTRAN-BELTRAN like he yelled MATTEAU-MATTEAU-MATTEAU in 1994. Probably one of the most classic dingers in Mets history along with Straw off the Busch Stadium clock in '85; Nails in Game 3 of the '86 NLCS, Pratt vs Arizona in '99 and Piazza's emotional round tripper 10 days after 9-11-2001.

September 7, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 6, Philadelphia Phillies 3
September 8, 2008
BIG WIN for the Mets. They could not afford to get swept by the Phillies and Santana and Delgado made sure that did not happen. This is exactly why the Mets went out and got Santana. Big Games like this where they need a win. Anyways love the way this team is playing under Manuel and how about that bullpen. They have stepped it up since Wagner went down.

September 9, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 10, Washington Nationals 8
October 11, 2008
I was on the field for the national anthem. The cause of this event was for breast cancer awareness.

September 10, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 13, Washington Nationals 10
Frank Sessa
September 21, 2008
This was my last game at Shea. I have lots of memories which will be in my mind forever. I will never forget this game it was very memorable.

September 13, 2008 Shea Stadium
Atlanta Braves 3, Mets 2
Shickhaus Franks
August 25, 2009
A Friday night rainout made it into an old school doubleheader (2 games for the price of 1) with the first game beginning before 4pm for the FOX Network cameras and I lucked out because it was the first (and only time so far) that I got to see Johan Santana pitch in person. I got to see Seaver pitch in person, Gooden (a few times) and I even saw Pedro in a couple of starts but I was looking forward to seeing #57 on the hill and he looked pretty good as per usual but the bullpen tanked it in the late innings as per usual.

September 13, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 5, Atlanta Braves 0
Shickhaus Franks
May 28, 2010
After the first game ended in defeat; it was time for game 2 of the traditional doubleheader but many fans didn't stick around for game 2 unlike me. As a true die-hard Mets fan, I stayed for both games as I watched a young hard thrower by the name of Jon Niese blank the Braves 5-0 and then I got home to New Jersey just in time to hear Tina Fey aka Sarah Palin say "I can see Russia from my house."

September 22, 2008 Shea Stadium
Chicago Cubs 9, Mets 5
Alex Gonzalez
December 11, 2015
I remember seeing the Cubs loading up the bases for Staten-Island born native, Jason Marquis, the Cubs starting pitcher. At that point I turned to my friends and said, "How much you wanna bet that Marquis hits a grand-slam?" No one believed me because besides being a pitcher, he was a lousy hitting one at that. On the next pitch, CRACK! the ball sailed well over the fence, and the Cubs broke the game right open. My friends both turned to me and agreed it was time to leave Shea. As they put it, "What's the point anymore." LOL!

September 23, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 6, Chicago Cubs 2
Ed K
December 19, 2012
Luis Ayala gets the last Mets save in Shea Stadium.

NYB Buff
January 12, 2013

Mets beat Cubs on the 100th anniversary of the Fred Merkle boner, which also occurred in New York. It was that incident, not some goat in '45, that has been the real curse on the Chicago team. They haven't won a World Series title since 1908!

September 24, 2008 Shea Stadium
Chicago Cubs 9, Mets 6
Joe Figliola
September 25, 2008
Couldn't Wright have taken one for the team and tried to squeeze Murphy home with no one out and a man on third?

September 25, 2008

If the Mets don't make the playoffs this year they can pretty much point to this game as the reason why. With the Brewers win they are now tied for the wildcard and still 1 1/2 games back in the NL East. I watched this game on ESPN and was disgusted after the final out. A lot of things bothered me about this game including Oliver Perez blowing a 5-1 lead and David Wright and Ryan Church failing to hit simple fly balls in 9th inning that would have won the game. Runner at 3rd nobody out in the bottom of the ninth with your 3-4-5 hitters coming up and you don't score, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Not to mention the tons of opportunities that were wasted in the previous innings. Mets should have won this game, but it looked to me as if the Cubs wanted it more and that is an absolute shame.

January 10, 2009

My last game at Shea. What a way to end a large part of my life. Tonight it was the hitters fault, with a runner on 3rd and no outs in the ninth. The bullpen saved their collapse until extra innings. Even the last batter, Jose Reyes contributed to my bittersweet sendoff. He hit a foul ball that landed two feet in front of me in field box aisle. As I prepared to get my first foul ball after several hundred games at Shea, there was such a spin on the ball that when it hit, it actually went sideways away from me. Like I said, what a way to end my life at Shea. Bring on Citi Field!

September 21, 2009

This game cemented my opinion of David Wright. Forever a choker and a loser.

September 28, 2010

A few days earlier I had met a nice girl and we started to talk. During the course of our converasation she mentioned, "I would love to go to one more Met game at Shea especially since they are playing the Cubs." She used to live in Chicago. Well I said I just happen to have an extra ticket to Wednesday's game would you like to go? She said yes and I was on cloud nine. Things were going great at the game. We were enjoying each other's company and the Mets jumped out to an early lead. And than it happened...

The game became somewhat of a metaphor for our relationship; it started off great but crumbled down the stretch.

September 25, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 7, Chicago Cubs 6
September 26, 2008
Great win for the Mets! I was happy to see this team bounce back after a tough loss. Mets showed tremendous heart and desire as this was a huge game that the Mets needed to win. Here is to a strong weekend performance against a good Marlins team. I am thinking playoffs!

September 28, 2008

Great game and shades of the 86 World Series (game 6)! Down two runs to end up winning it and Church came around to score. (Church was batting 6th, as did Knight.) Mark my words, the Mets will win the World Series this year. How many other teams can win 89 games with their bullpen as it is? (There's a special magic that won't be realized until later...)

Mike M
October 6, 2008

This was my final game at Shea. It came full circle from my first game in 1978 against the Giants to my last in 2008. I tried to remember all the places I sat in those 30 years. I had my folks with me also celebrating 45 years...of marriage. I thank God the rain held up. My seats were Mezzanine Reserved Section 21 Row J. I noticed the seats had the MLB certificate of authenticity sticker on them. Some idiot signed their name on the seat with black sharpie. Micah Hoffpauir? Cubs 1B. WHO? Hits his 1st two major league HR's. I was hoping Schoeneweis would plunk him his 4th time up. I thank God again for the victory. Beltran's rope off Hoffpauir's glove for a victory. It was bittersweet. An older gentleman and his wife who sat behind me left early. As I shook his hand, I told him, he's gonna miss another miracle. As he reached the tunnel, he looked around and gave Shea a goodbye wave.

September 27, 2008 Shea Stadium
Mets 2, Florida Marlins 0
October 6, 2008
Although they wouldn't make the playoffs, this was one of the greatest pitched games in the history of this team. Johan Santana demanded the ball on three days rest, pitched on a bum knee and had a complete game shutout. The reason why the Mets didn't make the playoffs wasn't Santana's fault. As a matter of fact he helped them get to game 161 more than anyone and should've had 23 wins on the year.

But of course Yankee fans are still happier with Hughes and Kennedy.

February 5, 2009

This was a great game and a sad game for me. This game would be the last one I would attend at Shea and THEY WON! Santana pitched magnificent. I have a lot of great memories of Shea and this game will always be the number one memory. Goodbye Shea and thanks for the memories.

Stuart Michaels
May 12, 2010

Went with my friend Bill to game. Sat in usual spot, red seats upper deck. The place was electric. Santana pitched the best game I ever saw. A must-win and he got it! My last time I was ever at the great stadium in Flushing. Citi Field is ok, but Shea Stadium as both a Mets and Jets fan will always be number one. I love you Big Shea and will miss you!

September 28, 2010

This was the most magnificently pitched games in Mets history. This is why we brought Johan in (even if he has had surgery 3 years in a row). The Marlins played a good game, but the Mets played a better one. I distinctly remember the fact that journeyman second-baseman Ramon Martinez hit an rbi double into right-center to give Johan a 2-run lead. I went to this game and had great seats two rows behind first base. This being the last win at Shea, it was a special one to attend and one of the highlights of the Stadium. But once again, the Marlins ended our playoff hopes for the second year in a row. (Now, they've eliminated us 3 out of the last 4 years).

scott r
October 28, 2015

Maybe I'm wrong, but I think this game and the no-hitter makes the trade for him worth it. We did not give up anything for him except Carlos Gomez and he was traded from Twins to Brewers before he became a star.

September 28, 2008 Shea Stadium
Florida Marlins 4, Mets 2
Jack Montgomery
September 30, 2008
I had high hopes that this team could knock around Scott Olsen. I mean, really -- they had the entire season! And guess what....he pitched the best game he ever had against the Mets. Oliver was good but with the offense in such a slump the was nothing that he could do. When Church hit the ball, I thought it was gone at first but when the center fielder stopped in his tracks I just put my head down. As odd as it may sound, this game didn't lose the playoff chances for the Mets. All the previous games we blew when we should have won lost it for us. Today, we were just out pitched.

At least Perez got out of the first inning

Big C
September 30, 2008

PART 1: Just like 2007 at this time, a lot of hope coming into the game due to a strong pitching performance the day before but unfortunately the end result was also the same. Another season ending in disgust. The last game at Shea started 1 hour late due to some lingering rain and even though the rain cloud passed, it seemed like a cloud still hung over the Mets. The crowd was obviously into it but it seemed like everyone was waiting for the point where the game would be blown. Especially with no run support. With each mishap, things quickly got quiet and fans started getting more and more rageful. The Mets put out Oli Perez and he pitched well until the normal inning where the wheels fall off on him. he was replaced with the bullpen we all fear and I don't have to go into detail but there were a couple home runs involved that gave us the loss. Even on Shea's last day, some bad things don't change.

PART 2: The one and only bright spot for the Mets was Carlos Beltran's game tying home run. Carlos seems to always be a bright spot for us no matter what people say about him. Otherwise the Mets offensively did nothing threatening and had absolutely no intensity or heart the whole game even when they were being watched by countless Mets legends.

When it finally ended, the Mets couldn't get off the field quick enough as they got booed. Another season wasted. Another choke-filled stretch run. And something new this year, a massive amount of games blown by the bullpen.

When you look back, this game should have just been about Shea Stadium because the Mets should have had 100+ wins and would have clicked the division a long time ago. I guess the Mets like to fall short of providing a nice day to reflect on the memories of Shea.

PART 3: So the game was over but wait! There was still a big ceremony to be presented. Oh Joy! I'm sure all the fans were excited for that after the blue, orange, and white filth just left the field. A lot of fans left refusing the stay another minute because there was nothing left to get excited about. I was one of them but then I decided to go back. I don't know why but I guess I wanted to see some of the old Mets and take a look one last time. I went back to a random tunnel and stood there as the old players shuffled out.

This ceremony should have been before the game especially since everyone knew what was at stake that day. if the Mets lost, the fans would have been crushed and not that interested. Even though people cheered, that's how it was. It also probably would have included current Mets if it was before the game but after, who the hell wanted to see them? That kinda bothered me because even though they lost and they may have been booed if they came out there, they were still part of the Shea memories. Guys like Wright, Beltran, Delgado, and even now Santana have great memories here. I think they should have been out there and maybe said something to the crowd. I know what they went through that day but it's also kinda selfish and if they are going to get through this choking thing, it should have started then.

PART 4: So back to the ceremony. A lot of good names came out. People were happy Gooden came, Piazza also. Dykstra looked like hell and Hojo looked like someone killed his dog. Majority of players were '80's Mets. Lot of respect for Yogi coming out because he was truly a Yankee. Some surprises for me were Dave Kingman and George Foster that a lot of fans didn't like but welcomed them back anyhow.

After the last guy came in, I left immediately to beat the crowd. As I drove home, I wonder what the hell I was thinking going to the game knowing they would probably blow it. And after seeing all of those 1980's Mets, I knew if they were playing, they wouldn't have blown it. Even if they were down to their last strike. A lot of fight and heart in those teams which is surely missing from this team. Some people say that the 1986 Mets, if they lost game 6 to the Astros in the NLCS, would have found a way to beat Mike Scott in game 7 and the fans would have had faith in them because that's who they were. This team, a lot of fans knew after those 2 bullpen home runs, it was over because how much can the rest of the team take? If they came back that game, the pen would have given it up again.

Goodbye Shea and the 2008 bullpen, thanks for the memories.

Stu Baron
September 30, 2008

Perhaps it was predictable that the Mets would lose again like this, given the fatally weak bullpen; they probably overachieved as it was.

But the whole day was surreal for me... I cried as I walked into Shea, and several times during the game. I actually was OK with the loss after a few minutes as I contemplated the end of Shea and what it represented to me - my youth (I'm 48 and attended my first game in 1968) and a lot of memories, baseball and otherwise. I probably went to at least 250 games in the 41 seasons since '68.

The post-game ceremony was wonderful; I couldn't stop sobbing, seeing guys like Ed Kranepool, Jim McAndrew, Cleon Jones, Yogi Berra, Tom Seaver, Rusty Staub, Darryl Strawberry, Gary Carter, Art Shamsky, Wayne Garrett, Dwight Gooden, Mike Piazza, etc. etc. on the field again in Mets jerseys.

I completely lost it, looking around and realizing that I would never be in there again, watching each guy touch home plate for the last time, and Tom taking the mound and throwing the last pitch to Mike.

Then there was nothing left but to leave, completely in tears walking down the ramp and into the parking lot, and I'm getting choked up all over again as I write this. I realize that I'm truly grieving for a lost loved one.

So long and farewell, old friend.

Joe Figliola
October 6, 2008

I wanted to score at least one more Mets game from Shea.

I was asked by my friend Greg Prince if I was going to score the final game at Shea. No, I replied, because I wanted the last game I score at Shea to be a playoff game. Thanks to Mr. Schoeneweis's "talent" to turn popgun hitters like Wes Helms into Ken Griffey, Jr., that opportunity was wrenched from me.

The last game I scored where the Mets played at Shea was on 23 September: Mets 6; Cubs 2.

It was nice. But I wanted more.

So did every other Mets fan.

We deserve better.


Thanks, Mets.

Schickhaus Franks
October 6, 2008

It was a BITTERSWEET day in more ways than one.

(1) We were hoping for a Mets win and a Brewers loss and ol' Shea would be alive for at least one more day. Except for the Beltran HR; you could have reported the Mets offense to the missing persons bureau. When the final score came from Miller Park, we were crushed but determined. Surely the Old Shea had one more comeback in it but when Delgado flied out to left in the 8th and Church made the last out in the 9th. Oh so close but yet so far away. (With Apologies to Frankie Valli.)

(2) The Florida Marlins post-game "celebration" was totally uncalled for in my opinion. They acted less like Major Leaguers and acted more like the Alpha Beta high school jock jerks who had pushed a 14-year skinny asthmatic kid down a flight of stairs.

(3) The farewell: What can I say? I was on my feet, cheering each Mets great and there were a few surprises (Willie Mays, Dave Kingman) and then the emotional home plate touching and the last pitch from The Franchise to Metal Mike.

But the clincher was when The Beatles "In My Life" played and both #41 and #31 walked to the outfield to close the door on a wonderful place that I have visited many times since the mid 1970's. Then I took some more pictures and I left with a few tears and a lump in my throat.

I'll finish with this quote: "GOODBYE MY FRIEND; I'M NEVER GONNA SEE YOU AGAIN." Peace!

Dan the man
November 28, 2014

I never thought I would say this but six years later but I kinda miss this team and the old Shea. As epic as a failure as this day was it was still the last winning season for the Mets and the last game at Shea.

Since opening the new CitiField we haven't had a winning season since. Beautiful ball park but it misses the character that Shea used to have. I don't think it's coincidental how bad we've been since.

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