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Bob P
June 13, 2005
A scoreless tie through eight innings turned into a Cubs victory.

Galen Cisco had allowed just two hits through eight innings: a third inning double by Cubs pitcher Larry Jackson, and a seventh inning single by Ron Santo.

But in the ninth Lou Brock led off with a single to right and Ellis Burton followed with a homer to right. Hits by Ron Santo and Ken Hubbs around a Merritt Ranew walk added two more runs.

In the bottom of the ninth with two outs and nobody on, Al Moran and Choo Choo Coleman walked, but pinch hitter Tim Harkness grounded out to end the game.

Roger G
January 30, 2012
My first Mets game. Age 9. It was Camera Day. Later I realized that a high number of the pictures had Jim Hickman (last night walk-off grand slam) with Roger Craig still at his side. Craig still wearing #13 from his (loss) record-stopping win the night before. The game itself was a typical early Mets loss. Close but not quite.

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