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Monday, July 19, 2004 - Page updated at 12:00 A.M.
7-19-94: Four 26-pound ceiling tiles fell from the roof of the Kingdome roughly two and a half hours before a scheduled Mariners game against the Baltimore Orioles.
11-5-94: First event held at Kingdome after the tiles fell, the Bacon Bowl football game between Seattle and Tacoma police.
38-54: Mariners' record when the tiles fell, good for fourth place in the AL West, 6½ games behind leader Texas.
49-63: Mariners' record when the season ended, good for third place, two games behind leader Texas.
51: Million dollars to fix the Kingdome ceiling, just a little shy of the $67 million it cost to build it in the 1970s.
41: Million dollars the money the M's said they lost due to 15 home games being played on the road.
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