2013 New York Mets
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Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record74–88 (.457)
Divisional place3rd
Other information
Owner(s)Fred Wilpon
General manager(s)Sandy Alderson
Manager(s)Terry Collins
Local televisionSportsNet New York
WPIX (CW affiliate)
(Gary Cohen, Ron Darling, Keith Hernandez, Ralph Kiner)
Local radioWFAN / WFAN-FM (English)
New York Mets Radio Network
(Howie Rose, Josh Lewin, Ed Coleman)
WQBU-FM (Spanish)
(Juan Alicea, Max Perez Jiminez)
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The 2013 New York Mets season was the franchise's 52nd season. The Mets hosted the 84th MLB All-Star Game on July 16 at Citi Field, their home for five seasons. The Mets finished the season with a record of 74–88, finishing third in the National League East Division. The season was the Mets' first non-fourth-place finish since 2008. It was also the final season for Ralph Kiner, who had been with their broadcast team since its first season.

Offseason

The Mets lost their rights to the Minor League Baseball affiliate Buffalo Bisons as their AAA team. For 2013–15, the Mets have agreed to a deal to claim the Las Vegas 51s as their newest minor league affiliate, for triple A.

On November 7, 2012, the Mets and outfielder Jason Bay agreed to part ways, with the team buying out the $21 million remaining on his contract and releasing him.

On December 17, the Mets and the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a deal sending 2012 Cy Young Award winner R. A. Dickey, Josh Thole and Mike Nickeas to Toronto in exchange for prospects Travis d'Arnaud, Noah Syndergaard, and Wuilmer Becerra and veteran catcher John Buck.

Regular season

On May 30, the Mets swept the Yankees for the second time in the history of the modern Subway Series. The Yankees had swept six games from the Mets in 2003.[1][2]

On August 30, 2013, the Mets traded catcher John Buck and outfielder Marlon Byrd through the waiver process, to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Mets received reliever Vic Black and Dilson Herrera.

On September 1, 2013, Sandy Alderson announced he expects manager Terry Collins to not be fired by the club. Fans and certain media members have been publicly criticizing Collins' moves in games, and his general managing presence, and repertoire.

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Atlanta Braves 96 66 0.593 56–25 40–41
Washington Nationals 86 76 0.531 10 47–34 39–42
New York Mets 74 88 0.457 22 33–48 41–40
Philadelphia Phillies 73 89 0.451 23 43–38 30–51
Miami Marlins 62 100 0.383 34 36–45 26–55


National League Division Champs

Division Winners W L Pct.
St. Louis Cardinals 97 65 0.599
Atlanta Braves 96 66 0.593
Los Angeles Dodgers 92 70 0.568


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 94 68 0.580 +4
Cincinnati Reds 90 72 0.556
Washington Nationals 86 76 0.531 4
Arizona Diamondbacks 81 81 0.500 9
San Diego Padres 76 86 0.469 14
San Francisco Giants 76 86 0.469 14
Colorado Rockies 74 88 0.457 16
Milwaukee Brewers 74 88 0.457 16
New York Mets 74 88 0.457 16
Philadelphia Phillies 73 89 0.451 17
Chicago Cubs 66 96 0.407 24
Miami Marlins 62 100 0.383 28


Record vs. opponents

Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–4 4–3 3–4 12–7 10–9 4–2 6–1 3–4 3–4 3–3 7–12 7–12 4–3 2–4 11–9
Atlanta 4–2 5–1 4–3 6–1 5–2 13–6 2–4 10–9 11–8 4–3 1–5 3–4 4–3 13–6 11–9
Chicago 3–4 1–5 5–14 3–3 1–6 4–3 6–13 3–3 3–3 7–12 3–4 4–3 7–12 3–4 13–7
Cincinnati 4–3 3–4 14–5 2–4 4–3 6–1 10–9 4–2 4–2 8–11 3–3 6–1 8–11 3–4 11–9
Colorado 7–12 1–6 3–3 4–2 10–9 3–4 4–2 3–4 3–4 4–2 12–7 9–10 3–4 3–4 5–15
Los Angeles 9–10 2–5 6–1 3–4 9–10 5–2 4–2 5–1 5–2 4–2 11–8 8–11 4–3 5–1 12–8
Miami 2–4 6–13 3–4 1–6 4–3 2–5 1–5 11–8 7–12 2–4 3–4 4–3 2–4 5–14 9–11
Milwaukee 1–6 4–2 13–6 9–10 2–4 2–4 5–1 4–3 5–2 7–12 3–4 5–2 5–14 3–4 6–14
New York 4–3 9–10 3–3 2–4 4–3 1–5 8–11 3–4 10–9 2–5 4–3 4–2 2–5 7–12 11–9
Philadelphia 4–3 8–11 3–3 2–4 4–3 2–5 12–7 2–5 9–10 3–4 4–2 3–3 2–5 8–11 7–13
Pittsburgh 3–3 3–4 12–7 11–8 2–4 2–4 4–2 12–7 5–2 4–3 3–4 4–3 10–9 4–3 15–5
San Diego 12–7 5–1 4–3 3–3 7–12 8–11 4–3 4–3 3–4 2–4 4–3 8–11 2–4 2–5 8–12
San Francisco 12–7 4–3 3–4 1–6 10–9 11–8 3–4 2–5 2–4 3–3 3–4 11–8 2–4 3–3 6–14
St. Louis 3–4 3–4 12–7 11–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 14–5 5–2 5–2 9–10 4–2 4–2 6–0 10–10
Washington 4–2 6–13 4–3 4–3 4–3 1–5 14–5 4–3 12–7 11–8 3–4 5–2 3–3 0–6 11–9


Game log

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2013 Game Log
Overall: 74–88 (Home: 33–48; Away: 41–40)
April: 10–15 (Home: 7–8; Away: 3–7)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
1 April 1 Padres 11–2 Jon Niese (1–0) Edinson Vólquez (0–1) Citi Field (41,053) 1–0
2 April 3 Padres 8–4 Matt Harvey (1–0) Clayton Richard (0–1) Citi Field (22,239) 2–0
3 April 4 Padres 1–2 Eric Stults (1–0) Dillon Gee (0–1) Huston Street (1) Citi Field (21,519) 2–1
4 April 5 Marlins 5–7 Alex Sanabia (1–0) Jeremy Hefner (0–1) Citi Field (24,935) 2–2
5 April 6 Marlins 7–3 Brandon Lyon (1–0) Ryan Webb (0–1) Citi Field (28,474) 3–2
6 April 7 Marlins 4–3 Scott Rice (1–0) Steve Cishek (0–1) Citi Field (29,780) 4–2
7 April 8 @Phillies 7–2 Matt Harvey (2–0) Roy Halladay (0–2) Citizens Bank Park (35,393) 5–2
8 April 9 @Phillies 3–8 Cliff Lee (2–0) Dillon Gee (0–2) Citizens Bank Park (38,305) 5–3
9 April 10 @Phillies 3–7 Kyle Kendrick (1–1) Jeremy Hefner (0–2) Citizens Bank Park (38,715) 5–4
10 April 12 @Twins 16–5 Jon Niese (2–0) Vance Worley (0–2) Target Field (23,735) 6–4
11 April 13 @Twins 4–2 Matt Harvey (3–0) Scott Diamond (0–1) Bobby Parnell (1) Target Field (28,804) 7–4
April 14 @Twins Postponed (snow); Rescheduled for August 19 Target Field
April 15 @Rockies Postponed (snow); Rescheduled as split doubleheader on April 16 Coors Field
12 April 16 @Rockies 4–8 Juan Nicasio (2–0) Dillon Gee (0–3) Coors Field (21,510) 7–5
13 April 16 @Rockies 8–9 Rafael Betancourt (1–0) Greg Burke (0–1) Coors Field (20,239) 7–6
April 17 @Rockies Postponed (snow); Rescheduled for June 27 Coors Field
14 April 18 @Rockies 3–11 Jon Garland (2–0) Jon Niese (2–1) Coors Field (18,341) 7–7
15 April 19 Nationals 7–1 Matt Harvey (4–0) Stephen Strasburg (1–3) Citi Field (26,675) 8–7
16 April 20 Nationals 6–7 Tyler Clippard (1–0) Josh Edgin (0–1) Rafael Soriano (6) Citi Field (24,325) 8–8
17 April 21 Nationals 2–0 Dillon Gee (1–3) Jordan Zimmermann (3–1) Bobby Parnell (2) Citi Field (26,225) 9–8
18 April 23 Dodgers 2–7 Ronald Belisario (1–2) Brandon Lyon (1–1) Citi Field (21,135) 9–9
19 April 24 Dodgers 7–3 (10) Bobby Parnell (1–0) Josh Wall (0–1) Citi Field (24,130) 10–9
20 April 25 Dodgers 2–3 Kenley Jansen (1–0) Scott Rice (1–1) Brandon League (6) Citi Field (24,851) 10–10
21 April 26 Phillies 0–4 Kyle Kendrick (2–1) Dillon Gee (1–4) Citi Field (21,582) 10–11
22 April 27 Phillies 4–9 Jonathan Pettibone (1–0) Shaun Marcum (0–1) Citi Field (29,248) 10–12
23 April 28 Phillies 1–5 Cole Hamels (1–3) Jon Niese (2–2) Citi Field (28,990) 10–13
24 April 29 @Marlins 3–4 (15) Jon Rauch (1–2) Shaun Marcum (0–2) Marlins Park (15,605) 10–14
25 April 30 @Marlins 1–2 Ryan Webb (1–1) Jeremy Hefner (0–3) Marlins Park (15,018) 10–15
May: 12–15 (Home: 5–9; Away: 7–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
26 May 1 @Marlins 7–6 Dillon Gee (2–4) A. J. Ramos (0–1) Bobby Parnell (3) Marlins Park (16,188) 11–15
27 May 3 @Braves 7–5 Bobby Parnell (2–0) Jordan Walden (1–1) Jeurys Familia (1) Turner Field (30,871) 12–15
May 4 @Braves Postponed (rain); Rescheduled as split doubleheader on June 18 Turner Field
28 May 5 @Braves 4–9 Tim Hudson (4–1) Jon Niese (2–3) Turner Field (32,849) 12–16
29 May 7 White Sox 1–0 (10) Bobby Parnell (3–0) Nate Jones (0–3) Citi Field (23,394) 13–16
30 May 8 White Sox 3–6 Jake Peavy (4–1) Jeremy Hefner (0–4) Citi Field (21,470) 13–17
31 May 9 Pirates 3–2 Bobby Parnell (4–0) Jason Grilli (0–1) Citi Field (20,147) 14–17
32 May 10 Pirates 3–7 Wandy Rodríguez (3–2) Shaun Marcum (0–3) Jason Grilli (14) Citi Field (25,123) 14–18
33 May 11 Pirates 2–11 Francisco Liriano (1–0) Jon Niese (2–4) Citi Field (31,160) 14–19
34 May 12 Pirates 2–3 Justin Wilson (3–0) Scott Rice (1–2) Jason Grilli (15) Citi Field (28,404) 14–20
35 May 13 @Cardinals 3–6 Lance Lynn (6–1) Scott Rice (1–3) Edward Mujica (10) Busch Stadium (38,412) 14–21
36 May 14 @Cardinals 4–10 John Gast (1–0) Dillon Gee (2–5) Busch Stadium (37,460) 14–22
37 May 15 @Cardinals 2–4 Seth Maness (3–0) Shaun Marcum (0–4) Edward Mujica (11) Busch Stadium (38,143) 14–23
38 May 16 @Cardinals 5–2 Jon Niese (3–4) Adam Wainwright (5–3) Bobby Parnell (4) Busch Stadium (44,068) 15–23
39 May 17 @Cubs 3–2 Matt Harvey (5–0) Edwin Jackson (1–6) Bobby Parnell (5) Wrigley Field (34,890) 16–23
40 May 18 @Cubs 2–8 Scott Feldman (4–3) Jeremy Hefner (0–5) Wrigley Field (38,766) 16–24
41 May 19 @Cubs 4–3 Scott Rice (2–3) Kyuji Fujikawa (1–1) Bobby Parnell (6) Wrigley Field (34,258) 17–24
42 May 20 Reds 3–4 Johnny Cueto (2–0) Shaun Marcum (0–5) Aroldis Chapman (9) Citi Field (23,038) 17–25
43 May 21 Reds 0–4 Mike Leake (4–2) Jon Niese (3–5) Citi Field (23,183) 17–26
44 May 22 Reds 4–7 Alfredo Simón (4–1) Bobby Parnell (4–1) Aroldis Chapman (10) Citi Field (30,415) 17–27
45 May 24 Braves 5–7 (10) Anthony Varvaro (2–0) Brandon Lyon (1–2) Craig Kimbrel (15) Citi Field (32,325) 17–28
46 May 25 Braves 0–6 Mike Minor (6–2) Dillon Gee (2–6) Citi Field (27,622) 17–29
47 May 26 Braves 4–2 LaTroy Hawkins (1–0) Cory Gearrin (1–1) Bobby Parnell (7) Citi Field (27,296) 18–29
48 May 27 Yankees 2–1 Brandon Lyon (2–2) David Robertson (3–1) Bobby Parnell (8) Citi Field (32,911) 19–29
49 May 28 Yankees 2–1 Scott Rice (3–3) Mariano Rivera (0–1) Citi Field (31,877) 20–29
50 May 29 @Yankees 9–4 Jeremy Hefner (1–5) David Phelps (3–3) Yankee Stadium (43,681) 21–29
51 May 30 @Yankees 3–1 Dillon Gee (3–6) Vidal Nuño (1–2) Bobby Parnell (9) Yankee Stadium (44,207) 22–29
52 May 31 @Marlins 1–5 Jacob Turner (1–0) Shaun Marcum (0–6) Marlins Park (16,493) 22–30
June: 11–15 (Home: 3–8; Away: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
53 June 1 @Marlins 1–8 José Fernández (3–3) Collin McHugh (0–1) Marlins Park (16,283) 22–31
54 June 2 @Marlins 6–11 Wade LeBlanc (1–5) Scott Rice (3–4) Marlins Park (18,434) 22–32
55 June 4 @Nationals 2–3 Tyler Clippard (4–1) Bobby Parnell (4–2) Nationals Park (31,473) 22–33
56 June 5 @Nationals 10–1 Dillon Gee (4–6) Dan Haren (4–7) Nationals Park (36,155) 23–33
June 6 @Nationals Postponed (rain); Rescheduled as split doubleheader on July 26 Nationals Park
June 7 Marlins Postponed (rain); Rescheduled as doubleheader on September 14 Citi Field
57 June 8 Marlins 1–2 (20) Kevin Slowey (2–5) Shaun Marcum (0–7) Steve Cishek (6) Citi Field (20,338) 23–34
58 June 9 Marlins 4–8 (10) Chad Qualls (1–0) Bobby Parnell (4–3) Citi Field (21,747) 23–35
59 June 11 Cardinals 2–9 Michael Wacha (1–0) Jeremy Hefner (1–6) Citi Field (21,581) 23–36
60 June 12 Cardinals 5–1 Dillon Gee (5–6) Shelby Miller (7–4) Citi Field (23,331) 24–36
61 June 13 Cardinals 1–2 Adam Wainwright (10–3) Matt Harvey (5–1) Edward Mujica (19) Citi Field (25,471) 24–37
62 June 14 Cubs 3–6 Edwin Jackson (3–8) Shaun Marcum (0–8) Kevin Gregg (8) Citi Field (32,208) 24–38
63 June 15 Cubs 2–5 Scott Feldman (6–5) Jon Niese (3–6) Kevin Gregg (9) Citi Field (27,004) 24–39
64 June 16 Cubs 4–3 Bobby Parnell (5–3) Carlos Mármol (2–4) Citi Field (30,256) 25–39
65 June 17 @Braves 1–2 David Carpenter (1–0) Dillon Gee (5–7) Turner Field (22,048) 25–40
66 June 18 @Braves 4–3 Matt Harvey (6–1) Alex Wood (0–1) Bobby Parnell (10) Turner Field (21,857) 26–40
67 June 18 @Braves 6–1 Zack Wheeler (1–0) Paul Maholm (7–6) Turner Field (21,073) 27–40
68 June 19 @Braves 3–5 Kris Medlen (4–7) Shaun Marcum (0–9) Craig Kimbrel (20) Turner Field (21,852) 27–41
69 June 20 @Braves 4–3 LaTroy Hawkins (2–0) Mike Minor (8–3) Bobby Parnell (11) Turner Field (33,824) 28–41
70 June 21 @Phillies 4–3 Jeremy Hefner (2–6) Cole Hamels (2–11) Bobby Parnell (12) Citizens Bank Park (40,062) 29–41
71 June 22 @Phillies 7–8 Jonathan Papelbon (2–0) Carlos Torres (0–1) Citizens Bank Park (45,725) 29–42
72 June 23 @Phillies 8–0 Matt Harvey (7–1) John Lannan (0–2) Citizens Bank Park (44,951) 30–42
73 June 25 @White Sox 4–5 Addison Reed (3–0) LaTroy Hawkins (2–1) U.S. Cellular Field (20,789) 30–43
74 June 26 @White Sox 3–0 Shaun Marcum (1–9) John Danks (1–5) Bobby Parnell (13) U.S. Cellular Field (18,249) 31–43
75 June 27 @Rockies 3–2 LaTroy Hawkins (3–1) Matt Belisle (4–5) Bobby Parnell (14) Coors Field (34,387) 32–43
76 June 28 Nationals 4–6 Tyler Clippard (6–1) Bobby Parnell (5–4) Drew Storen (2) Citi Field (28,363) 32–44
77 June 29 Nationals 5–1 Dillon Gee (6–7) Taylor Jordan (0–1) Citi Field (26,426) 33–44
78 June 30 Nationals 2–13 Gio González (5–3) Zack Wheeler (1–1) Citi Field (33,366) 33–45
July: 15–12 (Home: 6–5; Away: 9–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
79 July 1 Diamondbacks 5–4 (13) David Aardsma (1–0) Josh Collmenter (4–1) Citi Field (22,240) 34–45
80 July 2 Diamondbacks 9–1 Jeremy Hefner (3–6) Patrick Corbin (9–1) Citi Field (21,500) 35–45
81 July 3 Diamondbacks 3–5 Randall Delgado (1–2) Matt Harvey (7–2) Heath Bell (15) Citi Field (41,257) 35–46
82 July 4 Diamondbacks 4–5 (15) Chaz Roe (1–0) Scott Rice (3–5) Brad Ziegler (1) Citi Field (24,224) 35–47
83 July 5 @Brewers 12–5 Zack Wheeler (2–1) Johnny Hellweg (0–2) Josh Edgin (1) Miller Park (32,519) 36–47
84 July 6 @Brewers 6–7 Yovani Gallardo (7–8) Shaun Marcum (1–10) Francisco Rodriguez (8) Miller Park (31,619) 36–48
85 July 7 @Brewers 2–1 Jeremy Hefner (4–6) Tom Gorzelanny (1–2) Bobby Parnell (15) Miller Park (39,677) 37–48
86 July 8 @Giants 4–3 (16) Josh Edgin (1–1) George Kontos (2–2) Bobby Parnell (16) AT&T Park (41,497) 38–48
87 July 9 @Giants 10–6 Scott Rice (4–5) José Mijares (0–2) AT&T Park (41,534) 39–48
88 July 10 @Giants 7–2 Zack Wheeler (3–1) Matt Cain (5–6) AT&T Park (41,679) 40–48
89 July 12 @Pirates 2–3 (11) Vin Mazzaro (5–2) Gonzalez Germen (0–1) PNC Park (39,036) 40–49
90 July 13 @Pirates 2–4 Justin Wilson (6–1) Greg Burke (0–2) Jason Grilli (29) PNC Park (39,173) 40–50
91 July 14 @Pirates 4–2 Dillon Gee (7–7) Gerrit Cole (4–3) Bobby Parnell (17) PNC Park (37,490) 41–50
July 16 A.L. @ N.L. 0–3 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game Citi Field (45,186)
92 July 19 Phillies 8–13 Kyle Kendrick (9–6) Jeremy Hefner (4–7) Citi Field (35,021) 41–51
93 July 20 Phillies 5–4 Gonzalez Germen (1–1) Cole Hamels (4–12) Bobby Parnell (18) Citi Field (26,722) 42–51
94 July 21 Phillies 5–0 Matt Harvey (8–2) Cliff Lee (10–4) Citi Field (32,127) 43–51
95 July 22 Braves 1–2 Jordan Walden (4–1) Bobby Parnell (5–5) Craig Kimbrel (28) Citi Field (25,111) 43–52
96 July 23 Braves 4–1 Carlos Torres (1–1) Kris Medlen (6–10) Bobby Parnell (19) Citi Field (24,355) 44–52
97 July 24 Braves 2–8 Tim Hudson (8–7) Jeremy Hefner (4–8) Citi Field (28,194) 44–53
98 July 25 Braves 7–4 Zack Wheeler (4–1) Kameron Loe (1–2) Bobby Parnell (20) Citi Field (35,793) 45–53
99 July 26 @Nationals 11–0 Jenrry Mejía (1–0) Jordan Zimmermann (12–6) Nationals Park (33,858) 46–53
100 July 26 @Nationals 1–2 Rafael Soriano (2–2) LaTroy Hawkins (3–2) Nationals Park (33,689) 46–54
101 July 27 @Nationals 1–4 Dan Haren (5–11) Dillon Gee (7–8) Rafael Soriano (26) Nationals Park (37,464) 46–55
102 July 28 @Nationals 1–14 Taylor Jordan (1–3) Carlos Torres (1–2) Nationals Park (31,467) 46–56
103 July 29 @Marlins 6–5 David Aardsma (2–0) A.J. Ramos (3–4) Bobby Parnell (21) Marlins Park (19,343) 47–56
104 July 30 @Marlins 4–2 (10) Scott Atchison (1–0) Steve Cishek (3–6) Bobby Parnell (22) Marlins Park (23,408) 48–56
105 July 31 @Marlins 2–3 Henderson Álvarez (2–1) Jenrry Mejía (1–1) Mike Dunn (2) Marlins Park (18,714) 48–57
August: 14–15 (Home: 7–8; Away: 7–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
106 August 1 @Marlins 0–3 Tom Koehler (3–6) Matt Harvey (8–3) Steve Cishek (23) Marlins Park (25,916) 48–58
107 August 2 Royals 4–2 (11) Carlos Torres (2–2) Luis Mendoza (2–6) Citi Field (31,032) 49–58
108 August 3 Royals 3–4 (12) Kelvin Herrera (4–5) David Aardsma (2–1) Greg Holland (29) Citi Field (25,095) 49–59
109 August 4 Royals 2–6 Ervin Santana (8–6) Zack Wheeler (4–2) Citi Field (25,658) 49–60
110 August 6 Rockies 3–2 Scott Atchison (2–0) Wilton López (1–4) LaTroy Hawkins (1) Citi Field (27,198) 50–60
111 August 7 Rockies 5–0 Matt Harvey (9–3) Jhoulys Chacín (10–6) Citi Field (27,581) 51–60
112 August 8 Rockies 2–1 Dillon Gee (8–8) Jeff Manship (0–1) LaTroy Hawkins (2) Citi Field (26,618) 52–60
113 August 9 @Diamondbacks 4–5 Brad Ziegler (5–1) Scott Atchison (2–1) Chase Field (25,187) 52–61
114 August 10 @Diamondbacks 4–1 Zack Wheeler (5–2) Brandon McCarthy (2–6) LaTroy Hawkins (3) Chase Field (42,450) 53–61
115 August 11 @Diamondbacks 9–5 Jon Niese (4–6) Zeke Spruill (0–2) Chase Field (28,260) 54–61
116 August 12 @Dodgers 2–4 Ricky Nolasco (9–9) Jenrry Mejía (1–2) Kenley Jansen (18) Dodger Stadium (42,915) 54–62
117 August 13 @Dodgers 2–4 Hyun-Jin Ryu (12–3) Matt Harvey (9–4) Kenley Jansen (19) Dodger Stadium (46,335) 54–63
118 August 14 @Dodgers 4–5 (12) Paco Rodriguez (3–2) Pedro Feliciano (0–1) Dodger Stadium (44,091) 54–64
119 August 15 @Padres 4–1 Scott Atchison (3–1) Luke Gregerson (5–7) González Germen (1) Petco Park (21,400) 55–64
120 August 16 @Padres 5–2 Jon Niese (5–6) Ian Kennedy (4–9) LaTroy Hawkins (4) Petco Park (25,604) 56–64
121 August 17 @Padres 2–8 Edinson Vólquez (9–10) David Aardsma (2–2) Petco Park (36,974) 56–65
122 August 18 @Padres 3–4 Huston Street (1–4) Pedro Feliciano (0–2) Petco Park (24,704) 56–66
123 August 19 @Twins 6–1 Dillon Gee (9–8) Kyle Gibson (2–4) Target Field (30,913) 57–66
124 August 20 Braves 5–3 Zack Wheeler (6–2) Brandon Beachy (2–1) LaTroy Hawkins (5) Citi Field (25,863) 58–66
125 August 21 Braves 1–4 (10) Luis Avilán (5–0) Scott Atchison (3–2) Craig Kimbrel (40) Citi Field (22,935) 58–67
126 August 23 Tigers 1–6 Doug Fister (11–6) Daisuke Matsuzaka (0–1) Citi Field (37,023) 58–68
127 August 24 Tigers 0–3 Max Scherzer (19–1) Matt Harvey (9–5) Joaquín Benoit (17) Citi Field (35,636) 58–69
128 August 25 Tigers 3–11 Rick Porcello (10–7) Dillon Gee (9–9) Citi Field (32,084) 58–70
129 August 26 Phillies 1–2 Cliff Lee (11–6) Zack Wheeler (6–3) Jonathan Papelbon (22) Citi Field (25,784) 58–71
130 August 27 Phillies 5–0 Jon Niese (6–6) Kyle Kendrick (10–11) Citi Field (25,700) 59–71
131 August 28 Phillies 2–6 Cole Hamels (6–13) Daisuke Matsuzaka (0–2) Citi Field (24,447) 59–72
132 August 29 Phillies 11–3 Carlos Torres (3–1) Ethan Martin (2–3) Citi Field (22,008) 60–72
133 August 30 @Nationals 3–2 Dillon Gee (10–9) Jordan Zimmerman (15–8) LaTroy Hawkins (6) Nationals Park (35,008) 61–72
134 August 31 @Nationals 11–3 Zack Wheeler (7–3) Dan Haren (8–12) Nationals Park (34,481) 62–72
September: 12–16 (Home: 5–10; Away: 7–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
135 September 1 @Nationals 5–6 Erik Davis (1–0) González Germen (1–2) Rafael Soriano (36) Nationals Park (28,995) 62–73
136 September 2 @Braves 5–13 Paul Maholm (10–10) Daisuke Matsuzaka (0–3) Turner Field (26,530) 62–74
137 September 3 @Braves 1–3 Kris Medlen (12–12) Carlos Torres (3–3) Craig Kimbrel (44) Turner Field (21,221) 62–75
138 September 4 @Braves 5–2 Dillon Gee (11–9) Kameron Loe (1–3) LaTroy Hawkins (7) Turner Field (22,946) 63–75
139 September 6 @Indians 1–8 Scott Kazmir (8–7) Zack Wheeler (7–4) Progressive Field (15,962) 63–76
140 September 7 @Indians 4–9 Corey Kluber (8–5) Jon Niese (6–7) Progressive Field (21,453) 63–77
141 September 8 @Indians 2–1 Frank Francisco (1–0) Chris Perez (5–3) LaTroy Hawkins (8) Progressive Field (13,317) 64–77
142 September 9 Nationals 0–9 Gio González (10–6) Carlos Torres (3–4) Citi Field (20,174) 64–78
143 September 10 Nationals 3–6 Jordan Zimmerman (17–8) Dillon Gee (11–10) Rafael Soriano (40) Citi Field (20,307) 64–79
144 September 11 Nationals 0–3 Dan Haren (9–13) Zack Wheeler (7–5) Rafael Soriano (41) Citi Field (20,151) 64–80
145 September 12 Nationals 2–7 Tanner Roark (6–0) Aaron Harang (0–1) Citi Field (20,484) 64–81
146 September 13 Marlins 4–3 Jon Niese (7–7) Brad Hand (0–1) LaTroy Hawkins (9) Citi Field (20,562) 65–81
147 September 14 Marlins 0–3 Henderson Álvarez (4–4) Carlos Torres (3–5) Steve Cishek (30) Citi Field 65–82
148 September 14 Marlins 3–1 Daisuke Matsuzaka (1–3) Jacob Turner (3–7) LaTroy Hawkins (10) Citi Field (25,175) 66–82
149 September 15 Marlins 1–0 (12) Vic Black (1–0) Zach Phillips (0–1) Citi Field (25,165) 67–82
150 September 17 Giants 5–8 Yusmeiro Petit (4–0) Sean Henn (0–1) Citi Field (24,343) 67–83
151 September 18 Giants 5–4 Vic Black (2–0) Sergio Romo (4–8) Citi Field (23,698) 68–83
152 September 19 Giants 1–2 Madison Bumgarner (13–9) Jon Niese (7–8) Javier López (1) Citi Field (22,897) 68–84
153 September 20 @Phillies 6–4 Daisuke Matsuzaka (2–3) Cole Hamels (8–14) LaTroy Hawkins (11) Citizens Bank Park (33,117) 69–84
154 September 21 @Phillies 5–4 (7) Dillon Gee (12–10) Tyler Cloyd (2–6) Citizens Bank Park (36,650) 70–84
155 September 22 @Phillies 4–3 Carlos Torres (4–5) Cliff Lee (14–7) LaTroy Hawkins (12) Citizens Bank Park (44,398) 71–84
156 September 23 @Reds 2–3 (10) Manny Parra (2–3) Greg Burke (0–3) Great American Ball Park (21,269) 71–85
157 September 24 @Reds 4–2 Jon Niese (8–8) Mike Leake (14–7) Vic Black (1) Great American Ball Park (28,887) 72–85
158 September 25 @Reds 1–0 Daisuke Matsuzaka (3–3) Mat Latos (14–7) LaTroy Hawkins (13) Great American Ball Park (26,223) 73–85
159 September 26 Brewers 2–4 Alfredo Figaro (3–3) Dillon Gee (12–11) Jim Henderson (27) Citi Field (21,350) 73–86
160 September 27 Brewers 2–4 Yovani Gallardo (12–10) Carlos Torres (4–6) Jim Henderson (28) Citi Field (25,276) 73–87
161 September 28 Brewers 2–4 (10) Donovan Hand (1–5) Scott Atchison (3–3) Alfredo Figaro (1) Citi Field (29,326) 73–88
162 September 29 Brewers 3–2 Vic Black (3–0) Brandon Kintzler (3–3) Frank Francisco (1) Citi Field (41,891) 74–88

Roster

2013 New York Mets
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Las Vegas 51s Pacific Coast League Wally Backman
AA Binghamton Mets Eastern League Pedro López
A St. Lucie Mets Florida State League Ryan Ellis[3]
A Savannah Sand Gnats South Atlantic League Luis Rojas[4]
A-Short Season Brooklyn Cyclones New York–Penn League Rich Donnelly
Rookie Kingsport Mets Appalachian League José Leger[5]
Rookie GCL Mets Gulf Coast League José Carreño[6]

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Savannah[7]

References

  1. ^ Baseball-Reference.com (2003). "2003 New York Mets game log". Baseball-Reference.com. The 2003 game log shows six losses to the Yankees. Retrieved May 30, 2013.
  2. ^ Waldstein, David (May 30, 2013). "Where No Mets Have Gone Before". The New York Times.. Article cites the Yankees 2003 season series sweep: The only other Subway Series sweep was in 2003, when the Yankees won all six games on their way to winning the American League pennant. -- New York Times. May 31, 2013.
  3. ^ "Ryan Ellis Minor & Independent Leagues Statistics & History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  4. ^ "Luis Rojas Minor Leagues Statistics & History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  5. ^ "Jose Leger Minor Leagues Statistics & History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  6. ^ "Jose Carreno Minor & Independent Leagues Statistics & History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  7. ^ Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2013). Baseball America 2014 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1-932391-48-0.