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Blackout At Shea Quiz Answers

Here are the answers to Wednesday's quiz:

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1. New York Mets third baseman Lenny Randle was at bat when the lights went out at Shea on July 13, 1977. He grounded out to short two months later.

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2. Bobby Valentine started at shortstop for the Mets, going 0-for-2, before John Milner pinch hit for him in September, with Bud Harrelson coming in to play short.

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3. Bobby Murcer was the starting right fielder for the Chicago Cubs in the game. He went 1-for-5, with an RBI.

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4. Jerry Koosman started for the Mets in the game. He went 8-20 with a 3.49 ERA in 1977, after going 21-10 with a 2.69 ERA in '76.

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5. Right fielder Mike Vail was the only Met to homer in the July 13/September 16, 1977, game.

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