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List of New York Mets team records

This is a list of team records for the New York Mets baseball team.

Contents

  • Career records 1
    • Batting 1.1
    • Pitching 1.2
  • Single season records 2
    • Batting 2.1
    • Pitching 2.2
  • Single game records 3
    • Batting 3.1
    • Pitching 3.2
  • See also 4

Career records

Batting

  • Batting Average: .314 John Olerud
  • On-Base Percentage: .425 John Olerud
  • Slugging Percentage: .542 Mike Piazza
  • On-base plus slugging|OPS: .926 John Olerud
  • Games: 1,853 Ed Kranepool
  • At Bats: 5506 David Wright
  • Runs scored: 910 David Wright
  • Hits: 1,713 David Wright
  • Total Bases: 2,665 David Wright
  • Doubles: 375 David Wright
  • Triples: 99 José Reyes
  • Home Runs: 252 Darryl Strawberry
  • Runs Batted In: 943 David Wright
  • Bases on Balls: 715 David Wright
  • Strikeouts: 1,206 David Wright
  • Stolen Bases: 370 José Reyes
  • Singles: 1,050 Ed Kranepool
  • Runs Created: 929 David Wright
  • Extra Base Hits: 541 David Wright
  • Times on Base: 1,993 David Wright
  • Hit by Pitch: 41 Ron Hunt, David Wright
  • Sacrifice Flies: 59 David Wright
  • Intentional Walks: 108 Darryl Strawberry
  • Grounded into Double Plays: 138 Ed Kranepool
  • At Bats per Strikeout: 29.1 Félix Millán
  • At Bats per Home Run: 15.1 Dave Kingman
  • Outs Made: 4,276 Ed Kranepool

Pitching

  • ERA: 2.57 Tom Seaver
  • Wins: 198 Tom Seaver
  • Win-Loss Percentage: .649 Dwight Gooden
  • WHIP: 1.076 Tom Seaver
  • Hits Allowed/9IP: 6.51 Nolan Ryan
  • Walks/9IP: 1.32 Bret Saberhagen
  • Strikeouts/9IP: 8.72 David Cone
  • Games: 695 John Franco
  • Saves: 276 John Franco
  • Innings Pitched: 3,045.1 Tom Seaver
  • Strikeouts: 2,541 Tom Seaver
  • Games Started: 395 Tom Seaver
  • Complete Games: 171 Tom Seaver
  • Shutouts: 44 Tom Seaver
  • Home Runs Allowed: 212 Tom Seaver
  • Bases on Balls Allowed: 847 Tom Seaver
  • Hits Allowed: 2,431 Tom Seaver
  • Strikeout to Walk: 5.04 Bret Saberhagen
  • Losses: 137 Jerry Koosman
  • Earned Runs Allowed: 875 Jerry Koosman
  • Wild Pitches: 81 Tom Seaver
  • Hit Batsmen: 63 Al Leiter
  • Batters Faced: 12,191 Tom Seaver
  • Games Finished: 484 John Franco
  • Consecutive Decisions as a Starting Pitcher: 26 Bartolo Colon (as of June 19, 2015).

Single season records

Batting

  • Batting Average: .354 (1998) John Olerud
  • On-Base Percentage: .447 (1998) John Olerud
  • Slugging Percentage: .614 (2000) Mike Piazza
  • OPS: 1.024 (1998) Mike Piazza
  • At Bats: 696 (2005) José Reyes
  • Runs: 127 (2006) Carlos Beltrán
  • Hits: 227 (1996) Lance Johnson
  • Total Bases: 334 (2008) David Wright
  • Doubles: 44 (1996) Bernard Gilkey
  • Triples: 21 (1996) Lance Johnson
  • Home Runs: 41 (1996) Todd Hundley (2006) Carlos Beltrán
  • Runs Batted In: 124 (1999) Mike Piazza (2008) David Wright
  • Bases on Balls: 125 (1999) John Olerud
  • Stolen Bases: 78 (2007) José Reyes
  • Singles: 166 (1996) Lance Johnson
  • Runs Created: 138 (1998) John Olerud
  • Times on Base: 309 (1999) John Olerud
  • Sacrifice Hits: 24 (1974) Félix Millán
  • Intentional Walks: 25 (1988) Howard Johnson
  • Grounded into Double Plays: 27 (1999) Mike Piazza
  • At Bats per Strikeout: 37.0 (1974) Félix Millán
  • At Bats per Home Run: 12.4 (2006) Carlos Beltrán
  • Outs: 536 (2005) José Reyes

Pitching

  • ERA: 1.53 (1985) Dwight Gooden
  • Wins: 25 (1969) Tom Seaver
  • Win-Loss Percentage: .917 (1987) (11-1) Terry Leach
  • WHIP: 0.946 (1971) Tom Seaver
  • Hits Allowed/9IP: 5.71 (1985) Sid Fernandez
  • Walks Allowed/9IP: .66 (1994) Bret Saberhagen
  • Strikeouts/9IP: 11.39 (1984) Dwight Gooden
  • Games: 92 (2010) Pedro Feliciano
  • Saves: 43 (2001) Armando Benítez, (2015) Jeurys Familia
  • Innings Pitched: 290.2 (1970) Tom Seaver
  • Strikeouts: 289 (1971) Tom Seaver
  • Complete Games: 21 (1971) Tom Seaver
  • Shutouts: 8 (1985) Dwight Gooden
  • Home Runs Allowed: 35 (1962) Roger Craig
  • Bases on Balls Allowed: 116 (1971) Nolan Ryan
  • Hits Allowed: 261 (1962) Roger Craig
  • Strikeout to Walk: 11 (1994) Bret Saberhagen
  • Earned Runs Allowed: 117 (1962) Roger Craig
  • Wild Pitches: 18 (1966) Jack Hamilton
  • Hit Batsmen: 16 (2002) Pedro Astacio
  • Batters Faced: 1,173 (1970) Tom Seaver
  • Games Finished: 68 (2000) Armando Benítez
  • No Hitters: 1 (2012) Johan Santana

Single game records

Batting

  • Most Hits: 6 (1999) Edgardo Alfonzo
  • Most At-bats: 11 (1974, 25 innings) David Schneck
  • Most Runs Scored: 6 (1999) Edgardo Alfonzo
  • Most Doubles: 3, 21 players have achieved this the latest being Yoenis Céspedes in 2015
  • Most Triples: 3 (1980) Doug Flynn
  • Most Home runs: 3, 11 players have achieved this the latest being Yoenis Céspedes in 2015
  • Most Runs Batted In: 9 (2008) Carlos Delgado
  • Most Walks: 5 Mike Baxter, August 4, 2012
  • Most Strikeouts: 11, Matt Harvey, July 26, 2012
  • Most Intentional Walks: 3 (1997) Todd Hundley
  • Most Stolen Bases: 4, Vince Coleman twice (1992 and 1993) and Roger Cedeño once (1999)

Pitching

  • Most Innings Pitched: 15, Rod Gardner (1965) and Al Jackson (1962)
  • Most Strikeouts: 19, David Cone (1991) and Tom Seaver (1970)
  • Most Walks: 10 (1983) Mike Torrez
  • Most Home runs allowed: 5 (1963) Roger Craig
  • Most Runs allowed: 11 (2006) Orlando Hernandez

See also

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