On May 12, 1962, New York Mets reliever Craig Anderson wins both ends of a doubleheader against the Atlanta Braves. He will pitch 3 innings of scoreless relief. He beat future Hall of Famer Warren Spahn in game 1 when Hobie Landrith hits a 2 out 2 run walk-off home run, scoring Rod Kanehl who pinch ran for Gil Hodges in front of him. Although Kanehl actually missed third and had to scamper back to touch the base.

In Game 2, Gil Hodges hits a walk-off home run in game 2 off Hank Fischer.

Success will soon turn to failure. Anderson will lose his next 16 decisions on the season and 19 decisions overall. In fact, he will never win another game in the major leagues.