ESPN New York had a nice piece on Friday about the Fireworks Game.
Gorman, now 53, was the winning pitcher on Opening Day in 1985 whenÂ Gary Carter hit a walk-off home run in his first Mets game.
He was the winning pitcher in an 18-inning game against the Pirates a couple of weeks later.
He was the losing pitcher in a 26-7, loss to the Phillies on June 11.
And he was the winning pitcher, essentially by default, in that marathon game against the Braves.
A very enjoyable piece about one of the most memorable games in Mets history.