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Subject:  Down 9-5 with 0 outs in the ninth, the Dodgers smack four HRs in seven pitches to tie the game, and then win it on a 2 run HR by Garciaparra in the bottom of the 10th
Date:  9/19/06, 10:32am
This was a must win.

And, it loked like a certain loss.

Especially when you consider that the Dodgers were dead last in the Major Leagues in HRs this year.

Garciaparra didn't allow the balloon to get deflated... after the Dodgers tied it in the bottom of the ninth, the Padres resumed their lead in the top of the 10th.

One of the best games of the year... especially considering what was on the line. 1/2 game up or 1 1/2 back.

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Message #4126 of 6634  *NEW*
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Subject:  Re: Down 9-5 with 0 outs in the ninth, the Dodgers smack four HRs in seven pitches to tie the game, and then win it on a 2 run HR by Garciaparra in the bottom of the 10th
Date:  9/19/06, 3:42pm
This was only the fourth time that 4 HRs back to back to back to back have been hit in MLB history (last time in 1963, if memory serves from what I read today).

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