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2012 Baseball Trip-Game 5: Belated in Binghamton

Binghamton Mets vs. Trenton Thunder

NYSEG Stadium-Binghamton, NY: Our second game here in Binghamton, but we still couldn’t make it to the game early. We were busy with museums and other things that up-state New York had to offer, but we were still in our seats by the first pitch. We had great seats for this one, front row on the third base side that gave us a different perspective of the game. The game itself was a real ‘barn-burner’, with the score 0-0 going into the ninth inning, but got exciting when the B-Mets won with a walk-off single. The high-light of the game for me was getting a game ball from Trenton center fielder Melky Mesa. He was running in from the outfield and launched one to me just past second base, and I simply made an amazing catch. It was a fun game for us, but still not much of a crowd, which surprised my again when the Mets and Yankees affiliates are playing. They had really good burgers off the grill here, though, which gave me something to go with my beer for the night. We stayed in town, but had a long trip back up to Rochester for a game the next day. Final: B-Mets 1, Thunder 0.

Would you want to eat a hot dog thrown to you by this goof-ball?

The B-Mets celebrate the walk-off victory!

Photos property of Minoring In Baseball

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3 responses

  1. I just finished reading the recap of your baseball road trip, and it looks awesome! I’ve been to those stadiums so it was awesome to see how they’re looking this season. Do you have more road trip games planned? I sure hope so!
    – Malcolm
    http://theballparkguide.mlblogs.com/

    1. Malcom-I have 5 more games to cover on this trip, and more planned for this summer. June/July is very busy for me, though, with two boys in baseball and a girl in softball!
      -Mike

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