September 27, 2003

You know, speaking of losing and the Mets, I'm reminded that this year marked the tenth anniversary, which I unfortunately failed to note at the time, of perhaps the lowest moment in Mets history. That's right, Mets fans (which I fortunately not), as bad as things seem now, and they seem plenty bad, they still have a long way to match the night of July 24, 1993.

And what happened on July 24, 1993? Well, to start off, the Mets lost 5-4 in 10 innings at Dodger Stadium, with Anthony Young losing his record 27th consecutive decision. Following the game, perhaps to celebrate, Vince Coleman tossed a lit firecracker at some fans from his car window, injuring three, including a two-year-old girl. Now that's a low point!

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