While the trading deadline came and went without any movement from the Mets, last night was filled with action at Shea Stadium. The Mets returned home to Flushing to face the Brewers who got off to a hot start offensively. The Brew Crew hit four home runs in the first two innings off of Victor Zambrano who was charged with 6 earned runs. Zambrano lasted a short 1 1/3 inning, but hey, he's available for more pitching if needed. The start was his shortest with the Mets.

Luckily for Zambrano and the Mets, who would have dropped below .500 with a loss, they were able to tie the game in the 7th inning and again in the 9th to force extra innings. The tying run in the 9th came on a solo home run from Mike Cameron who was the subject of many of the trade rumors before Sunday.

After seven home runs in the game, the game ended on an anti-climactic bases-loaded walk of Mike Piazza. Clearly, they expended their share of home runs for the night, so they had to have a "walk off" walk, winning the game 9-8 in a somewhat dramatic fashion.

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