Final

Series: Game 3 of 3

NY Mets won 3-0

Game 1: Friday, May 21
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Game 2: Saturday, May 22
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Game 3: Sunday, May 23
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Rockies 0

(17-26, 6-15 away)

Mets 4

(22-22, 12-10 home)

    1:10 PM ET, May 23, 2004

    Shea Stadium, Flushing, New York 

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    W: T. Glavine (6-2)

    L: S. Estes (6-3)

    Game Notes

    COLORADO'S KIT PELLOW DOUBLED WITH TWO OUTS IN THE TOP OF THE EIGHTH INNING, BREAKING UP TOM GLAVINE'S NO- HITTER.
    COLORADO'S MATT HOLLIDAY STRUCK OUT FOR THE SECOND OUT OF THE TOP OF THE EIGHTH INNING. NEW YORK'S TOM GLAVINE HAS A NO-HITTER THROUGH 7 2/3 INNINGS.
    COLORADO'S JEROMY BURNITZ FLIED OUT FOR THE FIRST OUT IN THE TOP OF THE EIGHTH INNING. NEW YORK'S TOM GLAVINE HAS A NO-HITTER THROUGH 7 1/3 INNINGS.
    NEW YORK PITCHER TOM GLAVINE HAS A NO-HITTER THROUGH SEVEN INNINGS, INCLUDING FIVE STRIKEOUTS.
    COLORADO'S DENNY HOCKING WALKED IN THE TOP OF THE SEVENTH INNING, BREAKING UP TOM GLAVINE'S PERFECT GAME. GLAVINE'S NO-HITTER IS STILL INTACT.
    NEW YORK'S TOM GLAVINE HAS A PERFECT GAME THROUGH FIVE INNINGS, INCLUDING FOUR STRIKEOUTS.
    THE HOME RUN BY NEW YORK'S KAZ MATSUI LED OFF THE BOTTOM OF THE FIRST INNING. HE ALSO SET A NEW TEAM RECORD FOR MOST LEADOFF HOME RUNS IN A SEASON WITH FIVE. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS FOUR BY TOMMY AGEE IN 1969.