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An overflowing crowd at Shea Stadium on an 80 degree summer evening - June 26, 1998 . . . the Yankees� in first place, the Mets� in second, interleague play in its second season - these games count, folks - is this a preview of New York's first subway series in 42 years? Does baseball get any better than this? Mike Piazza had joined the Mets a month before; the Yanks were on a record-breaking victory pace, and "Baseball Fever" was alive and well. "LET'S go YANK-ees" - "LET'S GO METS!" "LET'S go YANK-ees" - "LET'S GO METS!" Al Leiter uncorks the game's first pitch to Chuck Knoblauch and we're underway. The Yankees would win this one, 8-4 on a big home run by Paul O'Neill to up their record to 54-19. The Mets still hung just 6 1/2 behind Atlanta. Alas, there would be no subway series in '98, but this was one of those special nights of a very special year for New York City baseball. Original painting was sold at auction....prints available
April 10th, 2012
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