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Monday, August 25, 2014

Primer Dugout (and link of the day) 8-25-2014

Toledo News-Bee, August 25, 1914:

The Pittsburgh club, when it obtains a new player, sends him, along with his contract, a form-card, which he is to fill out and return.
...
One youngster, duly receiving his card-chart, filled most of it out very satisfactorily, but seemed a bit hazy as to a few questions. Appended is a section of his card:

Batting average, 1913: .322
Batting average to date, 1914: .341
Stolen bases to date: 37
Years in professional ball: Three.
First engagement: I had rather not put that in, because I married a diffrunt [sic] girl and my wife would get sore.
Original position: Paper hanger.

Choo-Choo Coleman would be proud.

Dan Lee is some pumkins Posted: August 25, 2014 at 08:59 AM | 22 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. Dan Lee is some pumkins Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:16 AM (#4778407)
When I wrote the intro, I genuinely had no idea that today is Choo-Choo's birthday. That's bizarre.

Birthday Team:
C: Choo-Choo Coleman
1B: Logan Morrison
2B: Pablo Ozuna
3B: Tony Boeckel
SS: Bob Meacham
LF: Albert Belle
CF: Doug Glanville
RF: Justin Upton

SP: Dick Rudolph
SP: Pete Redfern
SP: Al Jurisich
SP: Rube Kroh
SP: Elmer Brown
RP: Rollie Fingers

Fourth Outfielder: Gary Matthews Jr.
Fifth Outfielder/User of municipal water: Oddibe McDowell
Not that one: Jim Devlin
The Dooley Womack: Dooley Womack
Not Simpsons Characters: Duff Brumley, Fred Frink
Fun Name: Pea Ridge Day
   2. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:34 AM (#4778420)
The Game of 8/22/84 featured a pitcher who seemed to be turning into a borderline ace at the time; he seemed less like a borderline ace after being felled by a severe shoulder injury less than a month later. His team took the lead in extra innings, then found themselves forced to turn to the last man in the bullpen, who proceeded to meet the very mild distinction of having one of the best outings of his brief career.
   3. Dag Nabbit is part of the zombie horde Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:37 AM (#4778423)
1887 Dick Rudolph, Miracle Braves pitcher, born
1897 LOU signs Rube Waddell as free agent
1902 Ban Johnson announces the AL intends to have an NYC team next year
1903 MLB debut; Ed Killian, pitcher
1905 Tiger franchise record bottoms out, -61 games under. 500 (ties 2 games later): 303-364
1908 MLB debut: Shoeless Joe Jackson
1913 CWS purchase Red Faber from Des Moines
1913 Red Donahue, pitcher, dies at age 36
1914 last game: Branch Rickey
1915 NYG release Rube Marquard to Toronto (International League) but he refuses to go. Will work out his own deal w/ BRK
1916 NYG trades Fred Merkle to BRK
1917 Hy Myers, BRK, caught stealing 3 times in 1 game vs STL
1921 Babe Ruth gets hit in 26th straight game
1922 Cubs 26, Phillies 23. Cubs nearly blow 25-6 lead. 181 minutes
1924 7th of 10 inside the park HR for Babe Ruth
1924 Walter Johnson tosses shortened game no hitter: 7 innings. 107th career SHO
1929 NYY break their 32 inning scoreless streak
1929 Ump Cy Rigler wired for sound fans hear his calls mike in his mask metal plats in shoes stand on metal sheet. A first
1930 Tommy Bridges walks 12, gets win
1932 Babe Ruth’s 2000th RBI
1932 Lou Gehrig hits the first of only 3 walk-off HR
1934 last game: Hack Wilson
1934 Schoolboy Rowe, rookie, wins his 16th straight - also drives in winning run in 9th w/ 1B
1935 Red Rolfe & Earle Combs collide on fly - EC severely injures shoulder, helps cause him to retire at end of year
1937 Bob Feller fans 16
1938 100 homers: Joe DiMaggio
1938 George McQuinn’s 34-game hitting streak snapped
1939 Red Rolfe, NYY, scores in his 17th & 18th straight games, AL record
1942 largest crowd ever in STL: STL 2, BRK 1 (14): scoreless through 12, both 1 in 13th
1945 DET 1, STB 0: run on home/third double steal. Joe Hoover scores - only 19 career stolen bases
1946 Rollie Fingers born
1947 Rocky Nelson marries at home plate
1952 Bill Bell, Pitt farmhand for Bristol, tosses 3rd no-hitter of year (had consecutive no-hitters earlier this season)
1952 Virgil Trucks throws his 2nd no-hitter of the year, improves record to 5-15
1956 NYY release Phil Rizzuto
1956 NYY select Enos Slaughter off waivers from KCA
1958 SFG signs Jesus Alou as amateur free agent
1959 Duke Snider hits his 19th HR off of Robin Roberts. No more than 10 against any other pitcher
1959 Nellie Fox gets on base by catcher’s interference for the only time
1959 PIT trade Ted Kluszewski to CWS
1960 4th of 6 career inside the park HRs for Willie Mays (Grandslam - his only inside one)
1960 Walk-off HR hit by pitcher Glen Hobbie
1962 Hank Aaron’s hitting streak maxes out at 25, tying his personal best
1962 Oddibe McDowell born
1963 CIN 8, SFG 7. CIN gets 9 hits and 1 walk but have zero LO
1965 Moonlight Graham dies
1966 Albert Belle born
1966 MLB owners OK a 55% raise in contributions to player pension fund - from TV, World Series & ASG money
1967 Dean Chance throws no-hitter, his 2nd
1967 KCA release Ken Harrelson
1968 Rocky Colavito pitches -gets the win (!) for NYY over DET
1970 LA release Camilo Pascual
1970 MIN-BOX game delyaed 43 minutes by bomb scare
1971 Frank Robinson’s first SH in almost 14 years (9-6-57) - 8,522 straight PA without one
1972 Ken Reynolds, PHI, sets dubious mark: starts the year 0-12, an NL worst
1973 MLB debut: Ken Griffey
1975 Hank Aaron’s fifth straight game without a hit - 1st time ever done that. Does it again next year
1976 Best WPA relief stint of 1970sDick Tidrow NYY: 10.2 IP, 4 H, 0 R/ER, 0 BB, 4 K. WPA 1.271. NYY 5, MIN 4 (19)
1978 umps stage a one-day walkout
1979 CAL 24, TOR 2. Ouch. Don Baylor has 8 RBI
1980 Fergie Jenkins, TEX, arrested in TOR when marijuana, cocaine & hashish found in his suitcase
1980 Jerry Reuss’s only career HR
1981 Dennis Lamp, CWS, loses his no-hitter when MIL’s Robin Yount leads off 9th w/ bloop double
1981 Pirates-Dodgers get in fight under thst stands in middle of game. Fans wonder where they went. Pascual Perez vs.Reggie Smith
1981 Rod Carew, age 35, steals 3 bases in 3 attempts
1982 Tony Gwynn, SDP, breaks wrist diving for fly
1983 Brewer franchise record comes as close as ever does to digging selves out of early pit: 96 gmes under .500: 1,118-1,214
1983 Louisville Redbirds becomes 1st minor league team to draw a milllion
1984 Waite Hoyt dies
1986 Mark McGwire hits his 1st HR
1987 Justin Upton born
1987 Paul Molitor hitting streak maxes at 39 games. 68-for-164. 17/3/7 xbh. .415/.495/.683. Today: CLE 10, MIL 9
1991 Doug Dascenzo commits error, ending 242 game & 442 chance streak w/out one
1992 Andjuar Cedeno hits for the cycle. WORST in-season batting average of any cycle hitter ever
1992 HOU return from longest scheduled road trip ever: 26 games
1992 TX signs Fernando Tatis as amateur free agent
1995 STL-COL gm: both leadoff hitters HR: Bernard Gilker & Trenidad Hubbard. Also, 6-year-old has skull fracture from Eric Young foul
1996 NYY dedicate new monument to Mickey Mantle in Monument Park
1998 Cubs get Mike Morgan from Twins in trade for player to be named later (Scott Downs) and cash
1998 Roger Clemens fans 18 batters. Game Score 99 is his highest
2001 Bengie Molina gets 9th consecutive hit
2001 Walk-off SH: David Bell: SEA 3, CLE 2
2002 minor league promotion goes wrong: 28-yr-old woman collapses/dies running to look for hidden diamond
2002 MLB debut: Chone Figgins
2002 Randy Johnson fans 16
2004 MLB debut: Jeff Francis
2007 Craig Stansberry, SDP, becomes 1st person born in Mid East to play MLB. Saudi Arabia
2008 TEX trades Eddie Gurdado to MIN
2009 Zach Greinke, KCR, sets franchise record 15 Ks in 8 IP game
2010 CIN blow 9-1 lead against SFG, rally to win 12-11 (12)
2010 COL trail ATL 10-1, comeback to win 11-10
2011 MIN trade Jim Thome to CLE
2011 NYY hit 3 slams
2012 BOX trades Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford, Adrian Gonzalez, Nick Punto & cash to LAD for James Loney & others
   4. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:53 AM (#4778440)
In the Game of 8/22/14, one of the stars was a rookie who, at least in this game, did all that his team could have hoped for from him and more. It would have helped if the rest of his team hadn't literally left him as a one-man offense.
   5. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:56 AM (#4778445)
The Game of 8/23/84 included one team recovering quite nicely from a rather disastrous starting pitching performance, thanks to 10 hits from the top third of their order. The rally began with the only career hit by a player who spent 7 years in the majors.
   6. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 10:11 AM (#4778458)
The Game of 8/23/14 was one of the 20 best of the year so far, and the highlight of one of the best half-dozen days of the season to date, and resulted in a change at the top of the 2014 excitement standings - which I'm sure will help mute the unpleasantness for the new leading team, which went 2 for 13 with runners in scoring position and lost the game in extras after blowing a ninth-inning lead.
   7. Rennie's Tenet Posted: August 25, 2014 at 11:03 AM (#4778511)
1897 LOU signs Rube Waddell as free agent


When Louisville and Pittsburgh get jammed together in 1900, you end up with a Phillippe-Tannehill-Leever-Chesbro-Waddell rotation, all in their 20s, all starting 22 to 33 games, all (weirdly) heading for between 189 and 198 lifetime wins. Is whoever you pick as No. 5 there the best fifth starter ever?
   8. Ziggy Posted: August 25, 2014 at 11:21 AM (#4778527)
I like the daily highlights. I learned today that Branch Rickey actually played in MLB (though he wasn't any good); I don't know what I'd thought about him before - guess I always assumed he was just management.
   9. Batman Posted: August 25, 2014 at 11:23 AM (#4778531)
1982 Tony Gwynn, SDP, breaks wrist diving for fly
Gwynn had been in a slump for a month and was hitting .271 when he got hurt. He came back three weeks later and hit .348 the rest of the season. And then .339 over the next 19 years.
   10. Dag Nabbit is part of the zombie horde Posted: August 25, 2014 at 11:36 AM (#4778540)
I like the daily highlights. I learned today that Branch Rickey actually played in MLB (though he wasn't any good); I don't know what I'd thought about him before - guess I always assumed he was just management.

Thanks. If you (or anyone else) cares, I usually put a non-baseball This Day in History near the start of the lounge. Today it actually was the first post in it. (Actually, I then usually do the baseball list and then cut/paste it here.
   11. Chris Fluit Posted: August 25, 2014 at 11:40 AM (#4778543)
LF: Albert Belle
CF: Doug Glanville
RF: Justin Upton


That's a great outfield.
   12. Rennie's Tenet Posted: August 25, 2014 at 12:06 PM (#4778562)
Just wanted to add that I don't believe the story at the top of the page.
   13. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 12:20 PM (#4778574)
The Game of 8/24/84 presented a nifty youth vs. age pitching matchup. It also had a dominant two-man bullpen performance, a bunch of untimely errors (one of which may be actually ironic or may just be Alanis ironic), and another game-defining performance from one of the year's breakout stars.
   14. Davo's Favorite Tacos Are Moose Tacos Posted: August 25, 2014 at 12:33 PM (#4778590)
The guy with the most homers in baseball this year is hitting .203/.272/.383 over his last 70 games.

Justin Morneau currently has the best batting average in the National League….at .317.

Only three times since WW2 has a player won a batting title with a lower average: Tony Gwynn won it in 1988 with a .313 mark, Frank Robinson hit .316 to win in 1966, and Carl Yazstrzemski famously won the 1968 AL batting crown by hitting .301.
   15. Crispix reaches boiling point with lackluster play Posted: August 25, 2014 at 12:40 PM (#4778596)
Mike Olt is still 3rd on the Cubs in home runs, despite hitting .139 and being sent to AAA over a month ago.
   16. Davo's Favorite Tacos Are Moose Tacos Posted: August 25, 2014 at 01:11 PM (#4778636)
Wily Peralta has the most wins in baseball.

I should check out the traditional stat leader boards more often!
   17. Dan Lee is some pumkins Posted: August 25, 2014 at 01:30 PM (#4778662)
I was only vaguely aware that something named Wily Peralta was a professional baseball player.
   18. Davo's Favorite Tacos Are Moose Tacos Posted: August 25, 2014 at 02:12 PM (#4778711)
Mike Olt is still 3rd on the Cubs in home runs, despite hitting .139 and being sent to AAA over a month ago.
Mike Moustakas is just 1 homer shy of leading the FIRST PLACE ROYALS, despite a .207/.268/.381 line and spending a couple weeks in AAA May.

Also, Omar Infante leads the team in RBIs, despite

A) Being Omar Infante, and

B) Hitting .257/.295/.356
   19. Batman Posted: August 25, 2014 at 02:41 PM (#4778740)
Victor Martinez has 25 HR and he's been the hardest to strike out in MLB this year. The only player with more HR in a year when he led in AB per strikeout was Tommy Holmes in 1945. Holmes had 28 that year and also led both leagues in that category.
   20. Eric J can SABER all he wants to Posted: August 25, 2014 at 04:53 PM (#4778903)
The Game of 8/24/14 had one of its teams remove both one of the best pitchers in baseball and one of the best position players in baseball by the end of the third inning, then rally to take the lead despite those rather significant setbacks. Also, it had an inning with three passed balls and a wild pitch, and the losing team got the tying run into scoring position in each of the last four innings without bringing it home.
   21. AndrewJ Posted: August 25, 2014 at 05:39 PM (#4778960)
Also on this date:

1995 Probably the only game in MLB history where 1) a pitcher hits a grand slam and 2) a player hits for the cycle. And probably the only game in MLB history where 1) a pitcher hits a grand slam and 2) a player hits for the cycle by the 5th inning, then after the ballgame goes to the hospital because his wife's gone into labor.
   22. bobm Posted: August 25, 2014 at 09:22 PM (#4779039)
1995 STL-COL gm: both leadoff hitters HR: Bernard Gilker & Trenidad Hubbard.

Both leadoff hitters with HR - from BR PI Event Finder Since 1950:

      Date           Batter  Tm  Opp            Pitcher    Score In RoB O
  6/3/1950      Sam Jethroe BSN @PIT      Murry Dickson tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  6/3/1950      Hank Schenz PIT  BSN        Johnny Sain down 3-0 b1 --- 0
 
  9/3/1955       Eddie Yost WSH @NYY         Don Larsen tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  9/3/1955       Hank Bauer NYY  WSH     Camilo Pascual down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 8/15/1980  Willie Randolph NYY @BAL      Mike Flanagan tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/15/1980        Al Bumbry BAL  NYY         Tommy John down 1-0 b1 --- 0
 
 10/2/1983      Butch Davis KCR @OAK          Ed Farmer tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 10/2/1983 Rickey Henderson OAK  KCR        Keith Creel down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/27/1985 Rickey Henderson NYY @TEX          Glen Cook tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/27/1985  Oddibe McDowell TEX  NYY        Phil Niekro down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 10/1/1985       Eric Davis CIN @SFG     Atlee Hammaker tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 10/1/1985      Dan Gladden SFG  CIN    Andy McGaffigan down 2-0 b1 --- 0

 6/20/1986        Curt Ford STL @PHI     Charles Hudson tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 6/20/1986       Jeff Stone PHI  STL         Bob Forsch down 1-0 b1 --- 0

  6/5/1994  Chuck Knoblauch MIN @DET         Mike Moore tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  6/5/1994    Tony Phillips DET  MIN     Scott Erickson down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 8/25/1995   Bernard Gilkey STL @COL        Bryan Rekar tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/25/1995    Trent Hubbard COL  STL        Mike Morgan down 2-0 b1 --- 0

  9/8/1995  Chuck Knoblauch MIN @CAL      Mark Langston tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  9/8/1995    Tony Phillips CAL  MIN         Jose Parra down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 9/25/1996        Joey Cora SEA @CAL       Shawn Boskie tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 9/25/1996    Randy Velarde CAL  SEA     Salomon Torres down 1-0 b1 --- 0

  5/1/1998      Devon White ARI @MON     Javier Vazquez tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  5/1/1998  F.P. Santangelo MON  ARI     Brian Anderson down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/15/1999   Doug Glanville PHI @BOS         Brian Rose tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/15/1999    Jose Offerman BOS  PHI          Paul Byrd down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 6/13/2001      Brady Clark CIN @CHW       Mark Buehrle tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 6/13/2001       Ray Durham CHW  CIN           Rob Bell down 1-0 b1 --- 0

  8/1/2001    Michael Young TEX @NYY Sterling Hitchcock tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  8/1/2001  Chuck Knoblauch NYY  TEX           Rob Bell down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 6/16/2002  Shannon Stewart TOR @MON     Javier Vazquez tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 6/16/2002   Brad Wilkerson MON  TOR       Steve Parris down 3-0 b1 --- 0

 7/13/2002    Ichiro Suzuki SEA @TBD     Tanyon Sturtze tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/13/2002       Randy Winn TBD  SEA      James Baldwin down 2-0 b1 --- 0

 8/30/2002     Jacque Jones MIN @OAK         Tim Hudson tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/30/2002       Ray Durham OAK  MIN         Brad Radke down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/16/2004  Shannon Stewart MIN @KCR        Darrell May tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/16/2004    David DeJesus KCR  MIN         Brad Radke down 1-0 b1 --- 0

7/2/2005#2 Orlando Palmeiro HOU @CIN        Ramon Ortiz tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
7/2/2005#2     Felipe Lopez CIN  HOU   Ezequiel Astacio down 4-0 b1 --- 0

  7/2/2006   Kevin Youkilis BOS @FLA       Josh Johnson tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
  7/2/2006   Hanley Ramirez FLA  BOS         Jon Lester down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/16/2006   Grady Sizemore CLE @MIN       Carlos Silva tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/16/2006    Luis Castillo MIN  CLE      Jeremy Sowers down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/18/2006  Alfonso Soriano WSN @FLA   Dontrelle Willis tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/18/2006   Hanley Ramirez FLA  WSN      Mike O'Connor down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 8/17/2006    David DeJesus KCR @CHW       Mark Buehrle tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/17/2006      Pablo Ozuna CHW  KCR       Odalis Perez down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 8/17/2006    Brian Roberts BAL @NYY       Jaret Wright tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/17/2006     Johnny Damon NYY  BAL      Rodrigo Lopez down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 4/23/2007     Craig Biggio HOU @PHI         Adam Eaton tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 4/23/2007    Jimmy Rollins PHI  HOU      Chris Sampson down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 7/16/2007      Chris Young ARI @MIL          Dave Bush tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 7/16/2007       Corey Hart MIL  ARI       Micah Owings down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 6/11/2011     Ryan Roberts ARI @FLA     Javier Vazquez tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 6/11/2011    Chris Coghlan FLA  ARI        Ian Kennedy down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 8/31/2011    Rafael Furcal STL @MIL         Randy Wolf tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/31/2011       Corey Hart MIL  STL     Jake Westbrook down 2-0 b1 --- 0

 8/13/2013      Brad Miller SEA @TBR       Chris Archer tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 8/13/2013      Ben Zobrist TBR  SEA     Erasmo Ramirez down 1-0 b1 --- 0

 5/14/2014   Gordon Beckham CHW @OAK       Tommy Milone tied 0-0 t1 --- 0
 5/14/2014        John Jaso OAK  CHW       Andre Rienzo down 1-0 b1 --- 0


Bold dates:
1. today's anniversary
2. the only occurence of 2 such games on a single day

Special bonus - 2 HR by a leadoff man in the 1st inning (Phillies beat Mets 26-7):

      Date           Batter  Tm  Opp            Pitcher     Score In RoB O
 6/11/1985        Von Hayes PHI  NYM         Tom Gorman  tied 0-0 b1 --- 0
 6/11/1985        Von Hayes PHI  NYM   Calvin Schiraldi ahead 0-4 b1 123 2


http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/PHI/PHI198506110.shtml

                                                                                                                                                                                      
Inn    Score Out RoB Bat    Batter     Pitcher wWPA wWE                          Play Description
 b1      0-0   0 --- PHI   V.Hayes    T.Gorman  10% 65%                                  Home Run
 b1      1-0   0 --- PHI    R.Schu    T.Gorman  -2% 63%                               Flyball: LF
 b1      1-0   1 --- PHI  J.Samuel    T.Gorman   2% 65%                                    Single
 b1      1-0   1 1-- PHI M.Schmidt    T.Gorman   1% 67%                          Samuel Steals 2B
 b1      1-0   1 -2- PHI M.Schmidt    T.Gorman   2% 68%                                      Walk
 b1      1-0   1 12- PHI  G.Wilson    T.Gorman   3% 71%                          Samuel Steals 3B
 b1      1-0   1 1-3 PHI  G.Wilson    T.Gorman   6% 77%        Single Samuel Scores Schmidt to 2B
 b1      2-0   1 12- PHI    B.Diaz    T.Gorman   9% 86%        Double Schmidt Scores Wilson to 3B
 b1      3-0   1 -23 PHI  G.Maddox    T.Gorman   0% 87%                          Intentional Walk
                                                                                  Pitching Change
 b1      3-0   1 123 PHI  L.Aguayo C.Schiraldi   4% 91% HBP Wilson Scores Diaz to 3B Maddox to 2B
 b1      4-0   1 123 PHI  C.Hudson C.Schiraldi  -3% 88%                                 Strikeout
 b1      4-0   2 123 PHI   V.Hayes C.Schiraldi   9% 98%       Home Run Diaz, Maddox, Aguayo Score
 b1      8-0   2 --- PHI    R.Schu C.Schiraldi   0% 98%                                    Triple
 b1      8-0   2 --3 PHI  J.Samuel C.Schiraldi   1% 99%                    Wild Pitch Schu Scores
 b1      9-0   2 --- PHI  J.Samuel C.Schiraldi  -0% 98%                         Groundout: 3B- 1B


B1: 9 runs, 6 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB. Mets 0, Phillies 9.
















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