In 1985, Philadelphia scored 16 runs in the first two innings to rout the Mets 26-7. The Phillies’ Von Hayes homered twice in the first, including a slam.
i had successfully forgotten finally. Thanx a ton for reminding me!
you now owe me 2 pints of beer.
I remember the post-game show on the radio, during which Bob Murphy identified the turning point of the game: The playing of the national anthem.
Why don’t you change the name of your headline to Met lowlights in history? Anyone old to remember would because it was a good team that had a rough series in Phi like last year’s team had there? Any positie history when the team is down????
To Benny (RE: Murph)
I can hear Murphy saying that.
the Mets have always been a dynamic ball club. Thats why we are DIE HARD fans. Met fans are truly fans because why? most of the time our team wasnt the best but they played hard. when they were the best they got sold off.
Now we have a chance at being good and staying good. but it doesnt happen without a few bumps in the road. take it in stride.
Lets Go mets Go…
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