Fourteen years of attending just about every Arizona Diamondbacks game at Chase Field you would think that you would have about seen everything. There was the no-hitter thrown by then St. Louis Cardinals rookie Jose Jimenez against a D-backs team that would win 100 games that season.

There was the 20-strikeout game by Randy Johnson where he would not get the win against the Cincinnati Reds and the record would not count because the game went extra innings. Or how about the triple play where the Cardinals had the bases loaded with Mark McGwire at the plate? Then of course there was the most iconic moment in Diamondbacks history; a bloop single against a drawn in New York Yankees infield that would win the only World Championship in franchise history and be the only postseason loss in future Hall of Famer Mariano Riveria career.


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