New York Mets
ATLANTA -- How rare an occurrence was Dillon Gee's surrendering of a walk-off two-run homer to lose a shutout, lead and the game on the same pitch?
According to ESPN Stats & Information, the last time it happened to a starting pitcher was May 7, 1994. That day Jeff Fassero of the Montreal Expos also served up a walk-off two-run homer in a 2-1 loss at Atlanta.
This time, Freddie Freeman did the honors. Last time? Mark Lemke did the honors with two outs in the ninth and Jarvis Brown pinch-running for David Justice at first base, making a winner of Tom Glavine.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only other pitcher in Mets history to have a shutout bid spoiled by a walk-off homer was Roger Craig on July 19, 1963 at Connie Mack Stadium in Philadelphia.