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To kill time during the long off-season, I've compiled a list of the games currently available for download via iTunes. Here they are:

 

 

- From the "Baseball's Best" series:

 

The Florida Marlins First Opening Game:

 

 

1997 World Series, Game 7:

 

 

2003 NLCS, Game 6: Marlins at Cubs (the Bartman Game):

 

 

2003 World Series, Game 6:

 

 

 

 

- From "MLB.com Games Of The Year 2008":

 

04/04/08: Pirates at Marlins

 

 

5/11/08: Marlins at Nationals

 

 

6/11/08: Phillies at Marlins

 

 

6/29/08: Diamondbacks at Marlins

 

 

9/28/08: Marlins at Mets (Shea Stadium Finale)

September 28, 2008: Florida Marlins 4 at New York Mets 2 F -- Shortly after this latest and final defeat,

the rather apt conclusion to an unfathomable demise, the Mets kept themselves busy selecting adjectives

to explain what no one completely understood. "Frustrated," was what David Wright chose, and perhaps

that's most apt. The Mets' 4-2 loss to the Marlins on Sunday left him and his teammates rightly frustrated,

victims yet again of something beyond the grasp of even their baseball understanding. "Heartbroken,"

Ryan Church selected, and that one also seemed to fit. Blowing a 3 1/2-game lead with 17 games to play

could humble even the proudest Mets, especially once viewed through the prism of last season. After the

last out in Shea Stadium history was recorded at 5:05 p.m. ET, the Mets brought out many of the players

who have donned the orange and blue in the last 45 years to give the old ballpark a final farewell.

 

 

Plus a few others, only these were losing affairs; namely:

 

Barry Bonds 754 (from 2007)

6/02/08 Marlins at Braves

Ken Griffey's 600th Homer

7/04/08 Marlins at Rockies

8/29/08 Mets at Marlins

 

 

Cheers.

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A new game has been added, and it's a good one...

 

9/28/08: Marlins at Mets (Shea Stadium Finale)

September 28, 2008: Florida Marlins 4 at New York Mets 2 F -- Shortly after this latest and final defeat,

the rather apt conclusion to an unfathomable demise, the Mets kept themselves busy selecting adjectives

to explain what no one completely understood. "Frustrated," was what David Wright chose, and perhaps

that's most apt. The Mets' 4-2 loss to the Marlins on Sunday left him and his teammates rightly frustrated,

victims yet again of something beyond the grasp of even their baseball understanding. "Heartbroken,"

Ryan Church selected, and that one also seemed to fit. Blowing a 3 1/2-game lead with 17 games to play

could humble even the proudest Mets, especially once viewed through the prism of last season. After the

last out in Shea Stadium history was recorded at 5:05 p.m. ET, the Mets brought out many of the players

who have donned the orange and blue in the last 45 years to give the old ballpark a final farewell.

 

 

iTunes

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A new game has been added, and it's a good one...

 

9/28/08: Marlins at Mets (Shea Stadium Finale)

September 28, 2008: Florida Marlins 4 at New York Mets 2 F -- Shortly after this latest and final defeat,

the rather apt conclusion to an unfathomable demise, the Mets kept themselves busy selecting adjectives

to explain what no one completely understood. "Frustrated," was what David Wright chose, and perhaps

that's most apt. The Mets' 4-2 loss to the Marlins on Sunday left him and his teammates rightly frustrated,

victims yet again of something beyond the grasp of even their baseball understanding. "Heartbroken,"

Ryan Church selected, and that one also seemed to fit. Blowing a 3 1/2-game lead with 17 games to play

could humble even the proudest Mets, especially once viewed through the prism of last season. After the

last out in Shea Stadium history was recorded at 5:05 p.m. ET, the Mets brought out many of the players

who have donned the orange and blue in the last 45 years to give the old ballpark a final farewell.

 

 

iTunes

 

Hehehe, i have a feeling this will be a huge favorite among Fish fans and anti-Mets alike.

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