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May 12, 2010 – In 2004, while with the Marlins, Pavano started the final game at Olympic Stadium in Montreal prior to Expos moving to Washington D.C. On October 4, 2009, Pavano was slated to start the final regular season game in Metrodome history. Subsequently, the Twins forced a tie-breaking 163rd game to be played on October 6 vs. Detroit, made the postseason and faced the Yankees in three games. Pavano started the third and deciding game at the Dome vs. New York on October 11 (Yankees swept, winning the final game 4-1). Pavano closed down the Metrodome after 28 MLB seasons and closed down Olympic Stadium from Major League Baseball after 27 seasons. Source – Twins MLB Presspass

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