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1964 The Cubs overcome making five errors in the top of the third inning and beat the Mets, 4-2. The Chicago miscues, that include shortstop Andre Rodgers and catcher Dick Bertell each committing two and first baseman Ernie Banks contributing to the total by dropping a pop fly, account for all of New York's scoring in the Wrigley Field contest.
1969 At Wrigley Field, Bill Hands and the Cubs edge Tom Seaver and the Mets, 1-0. After the last out is made, Ron Santo jumps up and clicks his heels for the first time, a move the third baseman will repeat each time Chicago wins for the rest of his career.

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