Jones pitched the sixth complete game one-hitter (at the time) in postseason history as the Mets advanced to the NLCS with a 4-0 victory.
Jeff Kent's fifth-inning double and two walks were Jones' only mistakes in a quest for perfection in his first career playoff start, as the righty struck out five en route to cementing his place in Mets history. A Barry Bonds fly ball ended the game and left the Shea Stadium crowd hoarse.
Jones was an unlikely hero, having gone 11-6 with a 5.06 ERA during a regular season that saw him demoted to the minors.
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