On April 10, 1969 — Tommie Agee of the New York Mets hits a monster shot into the upper deck in left field making it the longest home run to reach the seats in Shea Stadium history. The Mets place a disc in the upper deck at the Flushing ballpark to commemorate the Mets center fielder’s historic homer. Agee will hit two home runs both came off Larry Jaster of the Montreal Expos, in the 3rd and seventh innings.

The Mets came out on top vs the expansion Expos 4-2. Both Expo runs came off a Bateman home run in the 2nd inning.



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