10/17/99: Robin Ventura’s walk-off, grand slam single as called by Bob Costas and Joe Morgan

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36 Comments

OC Guy

July 18, 2020

Baseball will never be this exciting

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Sexy Goddess 2020

July 18, 2020

First Nolan Ryan puts Ventura into a headlock in 1993 and then as a Met, he can't reach second base on a Grand Slam? strange MLB Career LOL!

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My penis is incredibly small, but,

July 18, 2020

Here’s how I would’ve called it. Like Costas, but just simpler:
(ball is hit) “BACK TO GEORGIA!.. (ball goes over wall) GONE!”

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David Matheny

July 18, 2020

This would be seen as a bigger moment in baseball history in general if not for Kenny Rogers walking in the winning run for the Braves in Game 6. Same with that pennant winning walk meaning more if the Braves didn't follow up by getting swept by the Yankees.

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Jamie Anderson

July 18, 2020

They left him in because he was one of the best ground ball pitchers we had they wanted a double play

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Wayne Muldrow

July 18, 2020

Major League Baseball had the official score as 4-3.

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Anthony M

July 18, 2020

Maybe not letting ventura jog around for the grandslam jinxed them for the series

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Levi Bleich

July 18, 2020

Ya gotta believe!!! LGM!!

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Steve Jones

July 18, 2020

Google
""Only"" knows Ventura from Nolan ryan incident and nothing else comes up

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Hi, Neighbor!

July 18, 2020

Norm macdonald

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bdawk20

July 18, 2020

Typical. Mets don’t know how to baseball even when they win

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Mc Shibby

July 18, 2020

Retards lol woulda let him run the bases!!!

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Tony M

July 18, 2020

My favorite team celebrating with my favorite band "The Doors" . Love the 99 mets!

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David Font

July 18, 2020

I remember this like it was yesterday

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Marc Viquez

July 18, 2020

Amazing game, we should have taken them to 7 games!

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J Valdez

July 18, 2020

Good times! Ventrura was always the laid back guy on the team, a really fun team full of personality.

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KevinGohD Can’t Go 12-0

July 18, 2020

Just came off his fight with Nolan Ryan

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Ricky Becker

July 18, 2020

Just watched this with my wife while stuck at home during corona virus. We are the two people in the white ponchos behind home plate. She’s the shorter one to the left…check out that late reaction to ball one of the at-bat. Priceless:) stay safe everyone!

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The Tyler

July 18, 2020

Why does Siri say that the final score of this game is 4-3?

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The Tyler

July 18, 2020

This should have been how the 2006 NLCS ended.

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Summers Time Entertainment

July 18, 2020

Those games against the Braves were epic. Too bad we never beat them… Still hate Kenny Rogers!

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That One Sports Guy

July 18, 2020

"A 5 hour and 47 minute trip to bedlam" One of the greatest lines I've ever heard

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Andrew

July 18, 2020

This Costas guy sounds like a real jerk

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Francis Maxwell

July 18, 2020

Nice clutch shot by the left handed hitting 3rd Baseman.

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Marco Deo

July 18, 2020

Too bad Mets lost to Atlanta anyway.

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Coach Carter

July 18, 2020

Watched this game in its entirety. This was truly a classic.

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Mike Poitras

July 18, 2020

I watched this game. Don't recall how they actually scored the hit. Mets rallied in the deciding game from way back but just fell short. I think Kenny Rogers walked in the winning run with the bases loaded. Frustrating ending for the Mets.

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Tom Farmer

July 18, 2020

They were playing a losers game. Winning team would be sentenced to be destroyed by the Yankees

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Dave B

July 18, 2020

That 1999 team was solid. Great defense and a blend of HOF vets and young players.

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Willis Chalepah

July 18, 2020

That was good for them but never will forget andruws walk and throwing up number 1.

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Jacob Richardson

July 18, 2020

I felt bad for Norm MacDonald's bet

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Sebastian Sanchez

July 18, 2020

Bob Costas Do Your Job!

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Odibara Catibaro

July 18, 2020

In memory of Tug Mcgrow you got to believe 1969

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alek276

July 18, 2020

Atlanta won game 6 and the series back in Georgia! Go Braves!!!! 2019 NL East Division Camps!!!

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letsgomets07

July 18, 2020

Costas should have called more games. Guy kept it real

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letsgomets07

July 18, 2020

MR MOJO RISSIN

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