It went into the 27th inning last night in my MVP 2004 (rosters updated) exhibition game between the Norfolk Tides and New York Mets. A grand total of ONE run was scored. I've never had a game that long in MVP '04. For me, Tom Glavine went 9 innings and gave up a grand total of one hit. I relieved him with Aaron Sele, who went three innings before I yanked him and used Joe Smith and Pedro Feliciano in the same inning. In the 14th, Scott Schoeneweis came in and hurled three innings. The 17th saw Aaron Heilman enter the game and throw five innings. The 22nd was pitched by Ambiorix Burgos, and the 23rd by Billy Wagner. The 24th saw Mike Pelfrey enter and throw a pair of innings. Orlando Hernandez pitched the 26th inning for the Mets...which was also his final inning. Steve Schmoll, the last Tides reliever, walked the bases loaded. Schmoll had been in since the 20th and was really tired. The only extra-base hit in the whole game went to Lastings Milledge on the Tides. He tripled off Scott Schoeneweis.
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"They put me in the Hall of Fame? They must really be scraping the bottom of the barrel!"
-Eppa Rixey, upon learning of his induction to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Motafy (MO-ta-fy) vt. -fied, -fying 1. For a pitcher to melt down in a big game situation; to become like Guillermo Mota. 2. The transformation of a good pitcher into one of Guillermo Mota's caliber.