2019 New York Mets
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Record86–76 (.531)
Divisional place3rd
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Owner(s)Fred Wilpon[1]
General manager(s)Brodie Van Wagenen
Manager(s)Mickey Callaway
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The 2019 New York Mets season was the franchise's 58th season and the team's 11th season at Citi Field. Despite improving on their 77–85 campaign from last year by 9 games with an 86–76 record, they were three games behind the Milwaukee Brewers for a wild card spot and thus missed the playoffs for the third consecutive season. Their division rival, the Washington Nationals, went on to win the World Series.

Spring training

The Mets had a decent spring training with a record of 13–13–2, having equal wins and losses with two ties.

Regular season

March

The Mets began the regular season on March 28, 2019, facing the Washington Nationals away at their home opener, winning 2–0. They won the next game and finished the last game with a loss, taking 2 out of 3.

April

The Mets started the month strong by sweeping the Miami Marlins in three games. However, the rest of the month proved to be a rollercoaster of wins and losses with division rivals the Washington Nationals and the Philadelphia Phillies. Along with splitting the series (2–2) with the Atlanta Braves. Pete Alonso took home Rookie of the Month honors, as he hit nine home runs, drove in 26 runs, and finished the month with a .291 batting average.

May

The Mets started the month of May off slowly, losing 5 of their first 6. However, that one win was an impressive one, with Noah Syndergaard throwing a 1–0 shutout against the Reds, with a Syndergaard home run being the only run of the game. The Mets continued their slumping May, culminating in being swept in three games by the lowly Miami Marlins. However, they immediately followed that with a 6–1 homestand against the Nationals and the Detroit Tigers.

June

After coming home from a disappointing West Coast trip that saw the Mets go 2–5 with two blown leads of 4 runs in the 8th inning, the Mets went 4–2 on their homestand against the Giants and Rockies. The Mets then split a day-night doubleheader with the Yankees in the first leg of the 2019 Subway Series. On June 20, the Mets fired pitching coach Dave Eiland and bullpen coach Chuck Hernandez, replacing them with Phil Regan and Ricky Bones respectively.[2]

July

On July 23, Robinson Cano became the third Met to hit three home runs in one home game at Citi Field. The previous two were Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Lucas Duda, who both did so in July 2015; Cano also became the first Met to hit three home runs in any game since Yoenis Cespedes in April 2017. He is also the oldest second baseman in MLB history to hit three home runs in one game.[3]

On July 28, the Mets traded pitching prospects Anthony Kay and Simeon Woods Richardson to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for Marcus Stroman.[4]

The Mets finished the month strong, winning each of the last six games of the month.

August

The Mets continued their hot play to begin the month, winning 9 of their first 10 in August, including eight in a row and 15 out of 16 stretching back to July 25—their best 16-game stretch since 1990.

By August 7, the Mets had a record of 19-6 since the All-Star break, the league's best record in that time, and were within one game of a wild-card playoff berth.[5]

On August 18, Pete Alonso hit his 40th home run of the season in an 11–5 win over the Kansas City Royals, setting a new National League record for home runs in a season by a rookie, breaking the previous record of 39 by Cody Bellinger in 2017.[6]

On August 27, Alonso hit his 42nd home run of the season in a 5–2 loss to the Chicago Cubs, setting a new record for home runs in a season by a New York Mets player. This is also the first time any MLB rookie has set a franchise record for home runs in a season since Johnny Rizzo did so for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1938.[7]

The Mets' wild card chances took a hit after back-to-back series sweeps against the Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs,[8] but the team closed out the month with two consecutive wins against the Philadelphia Phillies.[9]

August saw the continued improvement of the Mets bullpen, which had struggled prior to the All-Star break, but had a 3.79 ERA in the second half of the season as of the end of August, ranking fifth in the major leagues.[9]

September

Mets catcher Wilson Ramos had a career-best 26-game hitting streak through September 4.[9] It was tied with David Wright in 2006–07 for the second-longest streak in Mets history,[10] was the longest ever for a Mets catcher,[11] and was the longest in the MLB since Freddie Freeman's 30-game streak for the Atlanta Braves in 2016.[10]

The Mets suffered a historic loss on September 3, surrendering a 6-run lead in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Washington Nationals in an 11–10 loss.[12][13] The Mets had a projected 99.7% chance of winning heading into the bottom of the ninth,[13] and before the loss, MLB teams in 2019 leading by six runs of more in the ninth inning had a perfect 274–0 record, and the Mets had an 806–0 franchise record when leading by six or more in the ninth.[12] Edwin Díaz allowed a three-run walk-off home run in the game.[12][13] As of September 6, Díaz had allowed 14 ninth-inning home runs in 2019, tying Francisco Rodriguez of the Milwaukee Brewers in 2014 for the most allowed in a season in MLB history. The Mets had allowed 31 total ninth-inning home runs in 2019 as of September 6, the most by any team in league history.[14]

On September 18, with Alonso's 49th home run of the season, the team broke their single-season franchise record for home runs, surpassing the 224 hit by the 2017 team.[15]

Similar to their collapse in 2007 and collapse in 2008, the Mets lost a critical game to the Miami Marlins, then known as the Florida Marlins. As the Nationals and Brewers both won on September 23, the Mets fell behind 6–0 to the 54-101 Marlins and lost 8–4, making one Brewers win enough to eliminate them from playoff contention.

Despite beating the Marlins 10–3 on September 25, the Mets were eliminated from the playoffs that day due to the Brewers beating the Reds to clinch a wild card.

On September 27, Alonso hit his 52nd home run of the season off of Braves pitcher Dallas Keuchel, tying Aaron Judge's rookie record set in 2017. The next night, Alonso broke the record, hitting his 53rd home run off of Mike Foltynewicz.

The Mets finished the season in 3rd place at 86–76, 11 games behind the Braves and 3 games behind the Milwaukee Brewers for the second wild card spot. The Mets went 46-26 after the All-Star Break, which was the second-best record in the National League behind only the Los Angeles Dodgers (46-24).

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599 50–31 47–34
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 4 50–31 43–38
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 11 48–33 38–43
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 16 45–36 36–45
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 40 30–51 27–54


National League Division Leaders

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654
Atlanta Braves 97 65 0.599
St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Washington Nationals 93 69 0.574 +4
Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 0.549
New York Mets 86 76 0.531 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 0.525 4
Chicago Cubs 84 78 0.519 5
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 0.500 8
San Francisco Giants 77 85 0.475 12
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 0.463 14
Colorado Rockies 71 91 0.438 18
San Diego Padres 70 92 0.432 19
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 0.426 20
Miami Marlins 57 105 0.352 32


Record vs. opponents


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

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2019 game log: 86–76 (Home: 48–33; Away: 38–43)
March: 2–1 (Home: 0–0; Away: 2–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 March 28 @ Nationals 2–0 deGrom (1–0) Scherzer (0–1) Díaz (1) Nationals Park 42,263 1–0
2 March 30 @ Nationals 11–8 Wilson (1–0) Rosenthal (0–1) Díaz (2) Nationals Park 33,765 2–0
3 March 31 @ Nationals 5–6 Doolittle (1–0) Wilson (1–1) Nationals Park 23,430 2–1
April: 13–13 (Home: 6–7; Away: 7–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
4 April 1 @ Marlins 7–3 Familia (1–0) Steckenrider (0–1) Marlins Park 6,489 3–1
5 April 2 @ Marlins 6–5 Vargas (1–0) Ureña (0–2) Wilson (1) Marlins Park 5,934 4–1
6 April 3 @ Marlins 6–4 deGrom (2–0) Richards (0–1) Díaz (3) Marlins Park 7,486 5–1
7 April 4 Nationals 0–4 Strasburg (1–0) Syndergaard (0–1) Citi Field 44,424 5–2
8 April 6 Nationals 6–5 Familia (2–0) Sipp (0–1) Díaz (4) Citi Field 35,156 6–2
9 April 7 Nationals 9–12 Scherzer (1–2) Wheeler (0–1) Citi Field 40,681 6–3
10 April 9 Twins 8–14 Hildenberger (2–0) deGrom (2–1) Citi Field 22,126 6–4
11 April 10 Twins 9–6 Syndergaard (1–1) Odorizzi (0–2) Citi Field 20,946 7–4
12 April 11 @ Braves 6–3 Matz (1–0) Gausman (1–1) Díaz (5) SunTrust Park 24,015 8–4
13 April 12 @ Braves 6–2 Wheeler (1–1) Wright (0–2) SunTrust Park 33,334 9–4
14 April 13 @ Braves 7–11 Toussaint (1–0) Oswalt (0–1) SunTrust Park 40,117 9–5
15 April 14 @ Braves 3–7 Teherán (2–1) deGrom (2–2) SunTrust Park 23,385 9–6
16 April 15 @ Phillies 7–6 (11) Avilán (1–0) Neshek (0–1) Díaz (6) Citizens Bank Park 32,423 10–6
17 April 16 @ Phillies 3–14 Pivetta (2–1) Matz (1–1) Eickhoff (1) Citizens Bank Park 43,933 10–7
18 April 17 @ Phillies 2–3 Arrieta (3–1) Wheeler (1–2) Neris (2) Citizens Bank Park 39,861 10–8
19 April 19 @ Cardinals 5–4 Lugo (1–0) Wainwright (1–2) Díaz (7) Busch Stadium 40,413 11–8
20 April 20 @ Cardinals 2–10 Mikolas (2–1) Flexen (0–1) Busch Stadium 47,059 11–9
21 April 21 @ Cardinals 4–6 Hudson (1–1) Syndergaard (1–2) Hicks (5) Busch Stadium 42,765 11–10
22 April 22 Phillies 5–1 Matz (2–1) Arrieta (3–2) Citi Field 25,293 12–10
23 April 23 Phillies 9–0 Wheeler (2–2) Eflin (2–3) Citi Field 26,049 13–10
24 April 24 Phillies 0–6 Valasquez (1–0) Vargas (1–1) Citi Field 27,685 13–11
25 April 26 Brewers 2–10 Albers (2–1) deGrom (2–3) Citi Field 28,131 13–12
26 April 27 Brewers 6–8 Woodruff (3–1) Syndergaard (1–3) Hader (6) Citi Field 40,610 13–13
27 April 28 Brewers 5–2 Matz (3–1) Barnes (1–1) Díaz (8) Citi Field 25,756 14–13
28 April 29 Reds 4–5 Iglesias (1–3) Díaz (0–1) Citi Field 20,766 14–14
29 April 30 Reds 5–4 (10) Gagnon (1–0) Iglesias (1–4) Citi Field 20,836 15–14
May: 13–15 (Home: 9–2; Away: 4–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
30 May 1 Reds 0–1 Duke (2–1) Díaz (0–2) Lorenzen (2) Citi Field 22,119 15–15
31 May 2 Reds 1–0 Syndergaard (2–3) Mahle (0–4) Citi Field 21,445 16–15
32 May 3 @ Brewers 1–3 Woodruff (4–1) Matz (3–2) Hader (8) Miller Park 32,550 16–16
33 May 4 @ Brewers 3–4 (18) Williams (1–1) Flexen (0–2) Miller Park 39,565 16–17
34 May 5 @ Brewers 2–3 Davies (4–0) Vargas (1–2) Hader (9) Miller Park 36,016 16–18
35 May 6 @ Padres 0–4 Paddack (3–1) deGrom (2–4) Stammen (1) Petco Park 20,176 16–19
36 May 7 @ Padres 7–6 Lugo (2–0) Warren (2–1) Díaz (9) Petco Park 23,129 17–19
37 May 8 @ Padres 2–3 Reyes (2–0) Bashlor (0–1) Yates (15) Petco Park 21,952 17–20
38 May 10 Marlins 11–2 Wheeler (3–2) López (2–5) Citi Field 25,194 18–20
39 May 11 Marlins 4–2 deGrom (3–4) Alcántara (1–4) Díaz (10) Citi Field 32,501 19–20
May 12 Marlins Postponed (inclement weather: rain). Makeup date: August 5th
40 May 14 @ Nationals 6–2 Syndergaard (3–3) Hellickson (2–2) Nationals Park 23,315 20–20
41 May 15 @ Nationals 1–5 Corbin (4–1) Font (1–1) Nationals Park 29,673 20–21
42 May 16 @ Nationals 6–7 Jennings (1–2) Wheeler (3–3) Doolittle (7) Nationals Park 28,807 20–22
43 May 17 @ Marlins 6–8 Richards (1–5) deGrom (3–5) Romo (7) Marlins Park 9,870 20–23
44 May 18 @ Marlins 0–2 López (3–5) Matz (3–3) Conley (2) Marlins Park 13,474 20–24
45 May 19 @ Marlins 0–3 Alcántara (2–4) Syndergaard (3–4) Marlins Park 15,983 20–25
46 May 20 Nationals 5–3 Gagnon (2–0) Corbin (4–2) Díaz (11) Citi Field 22,335 21–25
47 May 21 Nationals 6–5 Díaz (1–2) Rainey (0–1) Citi Field 24,631 22–25
48 May 22 Nationals 6–1 Gagnon (3–0) Barraclough (0–1) Citi Field 27,188 23–25
49 May 23 Nationals 6–4 Gsellman (1–0) Suero (1–4) Díaz (12) Citi Field 29,962 24–25
50 May 24 Tigers 8–9 Farmer (3–3) Gagnon (3–1) Greene (16) Citi Field 27,082 24–26
51 May 25 Tigers 5–4 (13) Santiago (4–5) Farmer (3–4) Citi Field 40,691 25–26
52 May 26 Tigers 4–3 Wheeler (4–3) Turnbull (2–4) Díaz (13) Citi Field 31,414 26–26
53 May 27 @ Dodgers 5–9 Kershaw (5–0) Bashlor (0–2) Jansen (15) Dodger Stadium 47,816 26–27
54 May 28 @ Dodgers 7–3 Matz (4-3) Garcia (0-2) Dodger Stadium 45,713 27-27
55 May 29 @ Dodgers 8–9 Alexander (3–1) Díaz (1–3) Dodger Stadium 40,559 27–28
56 May 30 @ Dodgers 0–2 Ryu (8-1) Vargas (1-3) Jansen (16) Dodger Stadium 47,848 27–29
57 May 31 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 Wheeler (5–3) Andriese (3–4) Gsellman (1) Chase Field 24,664 28–29
June: 10–18 (Home: 6–7; Away: 4–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
58 June 1 @ Diamondbacks 5–6 (11) Hirano (2–3) Bashlor (0–3) Chase Field 34,888 28–30
59 June 2 @ Diamondbacks 1–7 Kelly (5–6) Matz (4–4) Chase Field 26,945 28–31
60 June 4 Giants 3–9 Melancon (2–0) Gsellman (1–1) Citi Field 24,878 28–32
61 June 5 Giants 7–0 Vargas (2–3) Beede (0–2) Citi Field 23,357 29–32
62 June 6 Giants 7–3 Lugo (3–0) Melancon (2–1) Citi Field 28,857 30–32
63 June 7 Rockies 1–5 Senzatela (5–4) deGrom (3–6) Citi Field 27,520 30–33
64 June 8 Rockies 5–3 Matz (5–4) Gray (5–5) Díaz (14) Citi Field 29,077 31–33
65 June 9 Rockies 6–1 Syndergaard (4–4) Hoffman (1–3) Citi Field 29,531 32–33
June 10 @ Yankees Postponed (inclement weather: rain). Makeup date: June 11 (doubleheader)
66 June 11 @ Yankees 5–12 Tanaka (4–5) Wheeler (5–4) Yankee Stadium 41,538 32–34
67 June 11 @ Yankees 10–4 Vargas (3–3) Paxton (3–3) Yankee Stadium 44,698 33–34
68 June 13 Cardinals Suspended (inclement weather: rain). Continuation date: June 14 (doubleheader)
68 June 14 Cardinals 4–5 (10) Martínez (1–0) Díaz (1–4) Hicks (14) Citi Field 31,862 33–35
69 June 14 Cardinals 5–9 Gant (6–0) Familia (2–1) Citi Field 28,560 33–36
70 June 15 Cardinals 8–7 Syndergaard (5–4) Wacha (4–3) Díaz (15) Citi Field 32,589 34–36
71 June 16 Cardinals 3–4 Miller (3–2) Flexen (0–3) Martínez (2) Citi Field 37,054 34–37
72 June 17 @ Braves 3–12 Soroka (8–1) Wheeler (5–5) SunTrust Park 24,660 34–38
73 June 18 @ Braves 10–2 deGrom (4–6) Teherán (5–5) SunTrust Park 24,791 35–38
74 June 19 @ Braves 2–7 Fried (8–3) Matz (5–5) SunTrust Park 37,104 35–39
75 June 20 @ Cubs 4–7 Alzolay (1–0) Lockett (0–1) Cishek (7) Wrigley Field 38,956 35–40
76 June 21 @ Cubs 5–4 Pounders (1–0) Brach (3–2) Díaz (16) Wrigley Field 41,078 36–40
77 June 22 @ Cubs 10–2 Wheeler (6–5) Quintana (4–7) Wrigley Field 41,106 37–40
78 June 23 @ Cubs 3–5 Cishek (2–4) Lugo (3–1) Strop (9) Wrigley Field 39,077 37–41
79 June 24 @ Phillies 7–13 Eflin (7–7) Matz (5–6) Citizens Bank Park 29,117 37–42
80 June 25 @ Phillies 5–7 Arrieta (7–6) Font (1–2) Neris (16) Citizens Bank Park 28,125 37–43
81 June 26 @ Phillies 4–5 (10) García (2–0) Nogosek (0–1) Citizens Bank Park 29,822 37–44
82 June 27 @ Phillies 3–6 Hammer (1–0) Díaz (1–5) Citizens Bank Park 39,161 37–45
83 June 28 Braves 2–6 Soroka (9–1) deGrom (4–7) Citi Field 36,421 37–46
84 June 29 Braves 4–5 Newcomb (2–0) Lugo (3–2) Jackson (13) Citi Field 40,809 37–47
85 June 30 Braves 8–5 Font (2–2) Newcomb (2–1) Díaz (17) Citi Field 31,743 38–47
July: 14–8 (Home: 7–4; Away: 7–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
86 July 2 Yankees 4–2 Lugo (4–2) Ottavino (3–3) Díaz (18) Citi Field 42,150 39–47
87 July 3 Yankees 1–5 Germán (10–2) Vargas (3–4) Citi Field 43,323 39–48
88 July 5 Phillies 2–7 Morgan (3–3) Díaz (1–6) Citi Field 32,546 39–49
89 July 6 Phillies 6–5 Syndergaard (6–4) Arrieta (8–7) Díaz (19) Citi Field 31,350 40–49
90 July 7 Phillies 3–8 Nola (8–2) Wheeler (6–6) Citi Field 34,247 40–50
90th All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio
91 July 12 @ Marlins 4–8 Smith (5–4) Vargas (3–5) Marlins Park 11,856 40–51
92 July 13 @ Marlins 4–2 Syndergaard (7–4) Anderson (2–4) Díaz (20) Marlins Park 12,963 41–51
93 July 14 @ Marlins 6–2 deGrom (5–7) Alcántara (4–9) Marlins Park 14,780 42–51
94 July 16 @ Twins 3–2 Avilán (2–0) Pineda (6–5) Díaz (21) Target Field 28,712 43–51
95 July 17 @ Twins 14–4 Vargas (4–5) May (3–3) Target Field 35,124 44–51
96 July 18 @ Giants 2–3 (16) Jerez (1–0) Mazza (0–1) Oracle Park 36,862 44–52
97 July 19 @ Giants 0–1 (10) Dyson (4–1) Rhame (0–1) Oracle Park 32,861 44–53
98 July 20 @ Giants 11–4 Lockett (1–1) Samardzija (7–8) Oracle Park 33,860 45–53
99 July 21 @ Giants 2–3 (12) Gott (6–0) Gsellman (1–2) Oracle Park 35,406 45–54
100 July 23 Padres 5–2 Vargas (5–5) Paddack (6–5) Díaz (22) Citi Field 33,199 46–54
101 July 24 Padres 2–7 Strahm (4–7) Syndergaard (7–5) Citi Field 32,252 46–55
102 July 25 Padres 4–0 deGrom (6–7) Lauer (5–8) Citi Field 37,822 47–55
103 July 26 Pirates 6–3 Wheeler (7–6) Agrazal (2–1) Lugo (1) Citi Field 33,776 48–55
104 July 27 Pirates 3–0 Matz (6–6) Williams (3–4) Citi Field 39,944 49–55
105 July 28 Pirates 8–7 Vargas (6–5) Archer (3–8) Díaz (23) Citi Field 32,976 50–55
106 July 30 @ White Sox 5–2 (11) Gsellman (2–2) Ruiz (1–2) Guaranteed Rate Field 15,947 51–55
107 July 31 @ White Sox 4–2 Wilson (2–1) Colomé (3–2) Díaz (24) Guaranteed Rate Field 25,812 52–55
August: 17–11 (Home: 9–7; Away: 8–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
108 August 1 @ White Sox 4–0 Wheeler (8–6) Cease (1–4) Guaranteed Rate Field 23,477 53–55
109 August 2 @ Pirates 4–8 Williams (4–4) Matz (6–7) PNC Park 24,311 53–56
110 August 3 @ Pirates 7–5 Wilson (3–1) Crick (3–6) PNC Park 37,335 54–56
111 August 4 @ Pirates 13–2 Syndergaard (8–5) Musgrove (8–10) PNC Park 22,716 55–56
112 August 5 Marlins 6–2 deGrom (7–7) Dugger (0–1) Citi Field N/A 56–56
113 August 5 Marlins 5–4 Familia (3–1) Brigham (1–1) Lugo (2) Citi Field 29,645 57–56
114 August 6 Marlins 5–0 Wheeler (9–6) Noesí (0–1) Citi Field 27,479 58–56
115 August 7 Marlins 7–2 Matz (7–7) Yamamoto (4–3) Citi Field 26,349 59–56
116 August 9 Nationals 7–6 Avilán (3–0) Doolittle (6–4) Citi Field 39,602 60–56
117 August 10 Nationals 4–3 Lugo (5–2) Rodney (0–5) Citi Field 43,875 61–56
118 August 11 Nationals 4–7 Grace (1–2) Gsellman (2–3) Doolittle (26) Citi Field 41,000 61–57
119 August 13 @ Braves 3–5 Fried (14–4) Wheeler (9–7) Melancon (2) SunTrust Park 27,627 61–58
120 August 14 @ Braves 4–6 Martin (1–3) Lugo (5–3) Blevins (1) SunTrust Park 23,582 61–59
121 August 15 @ Braves 10–8 Stroman (7–11) Teherán (7–8) Díaz (25) SunTrust Park 25,424 62–59
122 August 16 @ Royals 1–4 Montgomery (3–5) Syndergaard (8–6) Kennedy (21) Kauffman Stadium 21,439 62–60
123 August 17 @ Royals 4–1 deGrom (8–7) Junis (8–11) Lugo (3) Kauffman Stadium 28,697 63–60
124 August 18 @ Royals 11–5 Familia (4–1) McCarthy (2–2) Kauffman Stadium 20,661 64–60
125 August 20 Indians 9–2 Matz (8–7) Bieber (12–6) Citi Field 33,800 65–60
126 August 21 Indians 4–3 (10) Avilán (4–0) Hand (6–4) Citi Field 28,349 66–60
127 August 22 Indians 2–0 (8) Syndergaard (9–6) Civale (1–3) Sewald (1) Citi Field 30,998 67–60
128 August 23 Braves 1–2 (14) Jackson (7–2) Familia (4–2) Melancon (5) Citi Field 31,437 67–61
129 August 24 Braves 5–9 Tomlin (2–1) Brach (4–4) Citi Field 38,300 67–62
130 August 25 Braves 1–2 Keuchel (5–5) Matz (8–8) Melancon (6) Citi Field 30,170 67–63
131 August 27 Cubs 2–5 Darvish (5–6) Stroman (7–12) Citi Field 34,158 67–64
132 August 28 Cubs 7–10 Ryan (4–2) Syndergaard (9–7) Kimbrel (12) Citi Field 33,987 67–65
133 August 29 Cubs 1–4 Lester (11–9) deGrom (8–8) Kimbrel (13) Citi Field 38,389 67–66
134 August 30 @ Phillies 11–5 Wilson (4–1) Morin (1–1) Citizens Bank Park 30,503 68–66
135 August 31 @ Phillies 6–3 Matz (9–8) Vargas (6–7) Lugo (4) Citizens Bank Park 40,690 69–66
September: 17–10 (Home: 11–6; Away: 6–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
136 September 1 @ Phillies 2–5 Neris (3–5) Zamora (0–1) Citizens Bank Park 33,492 69–67
137 September 2 @ Nationals 7–3 Syndergaard (10–7) Ross (3–4) Nationals Park 25,329 70–67
138 September 3 @ Nationals 10–11 Guerra (3–1) Díaz (1–7) Nationals Park 20,759 70–68
139 September 4 @ Nationals 8–4 Wheeler (10–7) Sánchez (8–7) Nationals Park 20,237 71–68
140 September 6 Phillies 5–4 Díaz (2–7) Morin (1–2) Citi Field 28,107 72–68
141 September 7 Phillies 0–5 Smyly (4–6) Stroman (7–13) Citi Field 28,848 72–69
142 September 8 Phillies 7–10 Suárez (5–1) Sewald (0–1) Neris (24) Citi Field 30,264 72–70
143 September 9 Diamondbacks 3–1 deGrom (9–8) Kelly (10–14) Lugo (5) Citi Field 21,337 73–70
144 September 10 Diamondbacks 3–2 Wheeler (11–7) Gallen (3–5) Wilson (2) Citi Field 20,843 74–70
145 September 11 Diamondbacks 9–0 Matz (10–8) Ray (12–8) Citi Field 21,841 75–70
146 September 12 Diamondbacks 11–1 Stroman (8–13) Young (7–4) Citi Field 21,856 76–70
147 September 13 Dodgers 2–9 Kershaw (14–5) Syndergaard (10–8) Citi Field 36,097 76–71
148 September 14 Dodgers 3–0 Lugo (6–3) Kelly (5–4) Wilson (3) Citi Field 39,264 77–71
149 September 15 Dodgers 2–3 Jansen (5–3) Lugo (6–4) Maeda (2) Citi Field 31,521 77–72
150 September 16 @ Rockies 4–9 Senzatela (10–10) Matz (10–9) Coors Field 28,505 77–73
151 September 17 @ Rockies 6–1 Stroman (9–13) Melville (2–3) Coors Field 33,118 78–73
152 September 18 @ Rockies 7–4 Lugo (7–4) Díaz (5–4) Coors Field 30,174 79–73
153 September 20 @ Reds 8–1 deGrom (10–8) Castillo (15–7) Great American Ball Park 20,576 80–73
154 September 21 @ Reds 2–3 Kuhnel (1–0) Wilson (4–2) Iglesias (34) Great American Ball Park 30,487 80–74
155 September 22 @ Reds 6–3 Brach (5–4) Bauer (11–13) Wilson (4) Great American Ball Park 21,335 81–74
156 September 23 Marlins 4–8 Smith (10–10) Matz (10–10) Citi Field 21,189 81–75
157 September 24 Marlins 5–4 (11) Sewald (1–1) Conley (2–10) Citi Field 21,766 82–75
158 September 25 Marlins 10–3 deGrom (11–8) Dugger (0–4) Citi Field 21,471 83–75
159 September 26 Marlins 2–4 Brigham (3–2) Wheeler (11–8) Ureña (3) Citi Field 21,729 83–76
160 September 27 Braves 4–2 Stroman (10–13) Keuchel (8–8) Lugo (6) Citi Field 26,264 84–76
161 September 28 Braves 3–0 Matz (11–10) Foltynewicz (8–6) Díaz (26) Citi Field 32,210 85–76
162 September 29 Braves 7–6 (11) Mazza (1–1) Dayton (0–1) Citi Field 31,523 86–76

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; OPS = OBP + SLG (On base + slugging percentage)

Player Pos G AB H Avg. HR RBI OPS
Wilson Ramos C 141 473 136 .288 14 73 .768
Pete Alonso 1B 161 597 155 .260 53 120 .941
Robinson Cano 2B 107 390 100 .256 13 39 .736
Amed Rosario SS 157 616 177 .287 15 72 .755
Todd Frazier 3B 133 447 112 .251 21 67 .772
J. D. Davis LF 140 410 126 .307 22 57 .895
Juan Lagares CF 133 258 55 .213 5 27 .605
Michael Conforto RF 151 549 141 .257 33 92 .856

Other batters

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; OPS = OBP + SLG (On base + slugging percentage)

Player Pos G AB H Avg. HR RBI OPS
Jeff McNeil UT 133 510 162 .318 23 75 .916
Brandon Nimmo OF 69 199 44 .221 8 29 .783
Dominic Smith LF 89 177 50 .282 11 25 .881

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Syracuse Mets International League Tony DeFrancesco
AA Binghamton Rumble Ponies Eastern League Kevin Boles
A-Advanced St. Lucie Mets Florida State League Chad Kreuter
A Columbia Fireflies South Atlantic League Pedro Lopez
A-Short Season Brooklyn Cyclones New York–Penn League Edgardo Alfonzo
Rookie Kingsport Mets Appalachian League Rich Donnelly
Rookie GCL Mets Gulf Coast League David Davalillo
Rookie DSL Mets 1 Dominican Summer League Manny Martínez
Rookie DSL Mets 2 Dominican Summer League Yucary De La Cruz

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