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2000 New York Mets season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2000 New York Mets
National League Champions
National League Wild Card Winners
LeagueNational League
DivisionEast
BallparkShea Stadium
CityNew York
Record94–68 (.580)
Divisional place2nd
OwnersNelson Doubleday Jr., Fred Wilpon
General managersSteve Phillips
ManagersBobby Valentine
TelevisionWPIX-TV/Fox Sports New York
(Ralph Kiner, Tom Seaver, Fran Healy, Howie Rose, Gary Thorne)
RadioWFAN
(Bob Murphy, Gary Cohen, Ed Coleman)
WADO (Spanish)
(Juan Alicea, Billy Berroa)
← 1999 Seasons 2001 →

The 2000 New York Mets season was the 39th regular season for the Mets. They entered the season as defending National League runner ups, losing to the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS. They went 94–68 and finished second in the National League East, but earned the NL Wild Card. They made it to the World Series where they were defeated by their crosstown rival the New York Yankees. They were managed by Bobby Valentine. They played home games at Shea Stadium.

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Offseason

  • December 10, 1999: Jesse Orosco was traded by the Baltimore Orioles to the New York Mets for Chuck McElroy.[1]
  • January 19, 2000: Charlie Hayes signed as a free agent with the New York Mets.[2]
  • January 20, 2000: Curtis Pride was signed as a free agent with the New York Mets.[3]
  • January 21, 2000: Bill Pulsipher was traded by the Milwaukee Brewers to the New York Mets for Luis Lopez.[4]
  • March 18, 2000: Jesse Orosco was traded by the New York Mets to the St. Louis Cardinals for Joe McEwing.[1]
  • March 20, 2000: Charlie Hayes was released by the New York Mets.[2]

Regular season

The Mets played in the first game held outside of North America on Opening Day, March 29. The Mets played the Chicago Cubs in front of over 55,000 at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. The Cubs won the game by a score of 5-3.[5]

Season standings

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Atlanta Braves 95 67 0.586 51–30 44–37
New York Mets 94 68 0.580 1 55–26 39–42
Florida Marlins 79 82 0.491 15½ 43–38 36–44
Montreal Expos 67 95 0.414 28 37–44 30–51
Philadelphia Phillies 65 97 0.401 30 34–47 31–50

Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team AZ ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LA MIL MTL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL AL
Arizona 3–6 5–4 2–5 7–6 4–5 6–1 7–6 4–5 4–5 2–7 8–1 7–2 9–4 6–7 5–4 6–9
Atlanta 6–3 4–5 2–5 5–4 6–6 5–4 7–2 6–3 6–7 7–6 8–5 5–2 8–1 6–3 3–4 11–7
Chicago 4–5 5–4 4–8 4–5 1–6 5–7 3–6 6–7 4–5 2–5 6–3 3–9 3–5 4–5 3–10 8–7
Cincinnati 5–2 5–2 8–4 6–3 3–6 7–5 4–5 5–8–1 6–3 5–4 3–4 7–6 4–5 3–6 7–6 7–8
Colorado 6–7 4–5 5–4 3–6 4–5 5–4 4–9 4–5 7–2 3–6 6–3 7–2 7–6 6–7 5–3 6–6
Florida 5–4 6–6 6–1 6–3 5–4 3–5 2–7 3–4 7–6 6–6 9–4 5–4 2–7 3–6 3–6 8–9
Houston 1–6 4–5 7–5 5–7 4–5 5–3 3–6 7–6 4–5 2–5 5–4 10–3 2–7 1–8 6–6 6–9
Los Angeles 6–7 2–7 6–3 5–4 9–4 7–2 6–3 3–4 5–3 4–5 5–4 4–5 8–5 7–5 3–6 6–9
Milwaukee 5–4 3–6 7–6 8–5–1 5–4 4–3 6–7 4–3 4–5 2–7 2–5 7–5 2–7 3–6 5–7 6–9
Montreal 5–4 7–6 5–4 3–6 2–7 6–7 5–4 3–5 5–4 3–9 5–7 3–4 3–6 3–6 2–5 7–11
New York 7–2 6–7 5–2 4–5 6–3 6–6 5–2 5–4 7–2 9–3 6–7 7–2 3–6 3–5 6–3 9–9
Philadelphia 1–8 5–8 3–6 4–3 3–6 4–9 4–5 4–5 5–2 7–5 7–6 3–6 2–5 2–7 2–7 9–9
Pittsburgh 2–7 2–5 9–3 6–7 2–7 4–5 3–10 5–4 5–7 4–3 2–7 6–3 7–2 2–6 4–8 6–9
San Diego 4–9 1–8 5–3 5–4 6–7 7–2 7–2 5–8 7–2 6–3 6–3 5–2 2–7 5–7 0–9 5–10
San Francisco 7–6 3–6 5–4 6–3 7–6 6–3 8–1 5–7 6–3 6–3 5–3 7–2 6–2 7–5 5–4 8–7
St. Louis 4–5 4–3 10–3 6–7 3–5 6–3 6–6 6–3 7–5 5–2 3–6 7–2 8–4 9–0 4–5 7–8

Transactions

  • April 26, 2000: Curtis Pride was sent to the Boston Red Sox by the New York Mets as part of a conditional deal.[3]
  • May 13, 2000: Rickey Henderson was released by the New York Mets.
  • June 2, 2000: Bill Pulsipher was traded by the New York Mets to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Lenny Harris.[4]
  • July 26, 2000: Justin Huber was signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent.[6]
  • July 28, 2000: Mike Bordick was traded by the Baltimore Orioles to the New York Mets for Lesli Brea, Mike Kinkade, Melvin Mora, and Pat Gorman (minors).[7]
  • August 30, 2000: Jorge Velandia was traded by the Oakland Athletics to the New York Mets for Nelson Cruz.[8]

Game log

2000 Game Log (94–68) Home: 55–26; Away: 39–42
March: (1–1) Home: 0–1; Away: 1–0
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 March 29 Cubs 3–5 Lieber (1–0) Hampton (0–1) Aguilera (1) Tokyo Dome 55,000 0–1
2 March 30 @ Cubs 5–1 (11) Cook (1–0) Young (0–1) Tokyo Dome 55,000 1–1
April: (15–9) Home: 10–5; Away: 5–4
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
3 April 3 Padres 2–1 Leiter (1–0) Wall (0–1) Benitez (1) Shea Stadium 52,308 2–1
4 April 5 Padres 0–4 Williams (1–0) B. J. Jones (0–1) Shea Stadium 17,585 2–2
5 April 6 Padres 5–8 Clement (1–0) Hampton (0–2) Shea Stadium 17,482 2–3
6 April 7 Dodgers 2–1 Reed (1–0) Dreifort (0–1) Benitez (2) Shea Stadium 27,791 3–3
7 April 8 Dodgers 5–6 (10) Fetters (1–0) Benitez (0–1) Shaw (1) Shea Stadium 37,814 3–4
April 9 Dodgers Postponed (snow); rescheduled for April 24
8 April 10 @ Phillies 7–9 Telemaco (1–0) Rodriguez (0–1) Gomes (3) Veterans Stadium 47,115 3–5
9 April 12 @ Phillies 5–8 Person (1–0) Hampton (0–3) Gomes (4) Veterans Stadium 15,269 3–6
10 April 13 @ Phillies 2–1 Cook (2–0) Aldred (0–1) Benitez (3) Veterans Stadium 14,552 4–6
11 April 14 @ Pirates 8–5 (12) Franco (1–0) Silva (2–1) Three Rivers Stadium 20,725 5–6
12 April 15 @ Pirates 0–2 Anderson (1–0) Rusch (0–1) Williams (2) Three Rivers Stadium 19,592 5–7
13 April 16 @ Pirates 12–9 Mahomes (1–0) Peters (0–1) Benitez (4) Three Rivers Stadium 20,724 6–7
14 April 18 Brewers 10–7 Hampton (1–3) Navarro (0–3) Benitez (5) Shea Stadium 17,905 7–7
15 April 19 Brewers 3–1 Reed (2–0) Bere (2–1) Benitez (6) Shea Stadium 18,001 8–7
16 April 20 Brewers 5–4 (10) Wendell (1–0) Leskanic (0–1) Shea Stadium 17,002 9–7
April 21 Cubs Postponed (rain); rescheduled for April 22
17 April 22 (1) Cubs 8–3 Rusch (1–1) Lieber (1–2) Shea Stadium N/A 10–7
18 April 22 (2) Cubs 7–6 Cook (3–0) Farnsworth (1–3) Benitez (7) Shea Stadium 32,204 11–7
19 April 23 Cubs 15–8 Hampton (2–3) Tapani (0–3) Shea Stadium 27,560 12–7
20 April 24 Dodgers 1–0 Benitez (1–1) Adams (1–1) Shea Stadium 37,987 13–7
21 April 25 Reds 6–5 Wendell (2–0) Sullivan (0–1) Benitez (8) Shea Stadium 27,153 14–7
22 April 26 Reds 1–12 Neagle (2–0) Springer (0–1) Shea Stadium 33,371 14–8
23 April 27 Reds 1–2 (12) Graves (3–0) Benitez (1–2) Sullivan (1) Shea Stadium 50,971 14–9
24 April 28 @ Rockies 5–12 Astacio (2–2) Hampton (2–4) Coors Field 45,366 14–10
25 April 29 @ Rockies 13–6 Reed (3–0) Yoshii (1–2) Coors Field 41,220 15–10
26 April 30 @ Rockies 14–11 Leiter (2–0) Bohanon (0–3) Coors Field 36,252 16–10
May: (13–14) Home: 5–3; Away: 8–11
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Giants 3–10 Estes (1–1) Pulsipher (0–1) Pacific Bell Park 40,930 16–11
28 May 2 @ Giants 1–7 Hernandez (1–4) Rusch (1–2) Pacific Bell Park 40,930 16–12
29 May 3 @ Giants 5–8 (11) Rodriguez (1–0) Wendell (2–1) Pacific Bell Park 40,930 16–13
30 May 4 @ Giants 2–7 Rodriguez (2–0) Reed (3–1) Pacific Bell Park 40,930 16–14
31 May 5 @ Marlins 4–1 Leiter (3–0) Sanchez (3–1) Franco (1) Pro Player Stadium 30,229 17–14
32 May 6 @ Marlins 1–9 Fernandez (4–3) Pulsipher (0–2) Pro Player Stadium 33,401 17–15
33 May 7 @ Marlins 0–3 Dempster (3–2) Rusch (1–3) Pro Player Stadium 25,147 17–16
34 May 9 @ Pirates 2–0 Hampton (3–4) Benson (2–4) Benitez (9) Three Rivers Stadium 14,015 18–16
35 May 10 @ Pirates 9–13 Silva (3–1) Cook (3–1) Three Rivers Stadium 13,711 18–17
36 May 11 @ Pirates 3–2 Leiter (4–0) Anderson (1–1) Three Rivers Stadium 16,264 19–17
37 May 12 Marlins 4–6 Dempster (4–2) Rusch (1–4) Alfonseca (12) Shea Stadium 30,828 19–18
38 May 13 Marlins 6–7 Mahay (1–1) Cook (3–2) Alfonseca (13) Shea Stadium 32,772 19–19
39 May 14 Marlins 5–1 Hampton (4–4) Penny (3–5) Shea Stadium 36,162 20–19
40 May 16 Rockies 3–4 (11) Tavarez (2–2) Wendell (2–2)  Jimenez (5) Shea Stadium 25,697 20–20
41 May 17 Rockies 4–2 Leiter (5–0) Arrojo (1–4) Franco (2) Shea Stadium 23,665 21–20
May 18 Rockies Postponed (rain); rescheduled for August 15
42 May 19 Diamondbacks 4–3 B. J. Jones (1–1) Stottlemyre (7–2) Benitez (10) Shea Stadium 25,292 22–20
43 May 20 Diamondbacks 8–7 Hampton (5–4) Daal (1–5) Benitez (11) Shea Stadium 37,121 23–20
44 May 21 Diamondbacks 7–6 Wendell (3–2) Kim (2–2) Shea Stadium 38,826 24–20
45 May 22 @ Padres 0–1 Clement (5–3) Franco (1–1) Hoffman (8) Qualcomm Stadium 17,966 24–21
46 May 23 @ Padres 5–3 (10) Wendell (4–2) Hoffman (0–1) Benitez (12) Qualcomm Stadium 25,783 25–21
47 May 24 @ Padres 4–5 Wall (1–2) Mahomes (1–1) Hoffman (9) Qualcomm Stadium 19,405 25–22
48 May 26 @ Cardinals 5–2 Hampton (6–4) Thompson (0–1) Benitez (13) Busch Stadium 40,028 26–22
49 May 27 @ Cardinals 12–8 Cook (4–2) Veres (0–2) Busch Stadium 48,690 27–22
50 May 28 @ Cardinals 6–2 Rusch (2–4) Kile (7–3) Busch Stadium 46,344 28–22
51 May 29 @ Dodgers 1–4 Park (5–4) Leiter (5–1) Dodger Stadium 43,084 28–23
52 May 30 @ Dodgers 10–5 Franco (2–1) Shaw (2–3) Dodger Stadium 26,102 29–23
53 May 31 @ Dodgers 3–4 Fetters (2–0) Wendell (4–3) Dodger Stadium 31,323 29–24
June: (16–8) Home: 12–5; Away: 4–3
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
54 June 2 Devil Rays 5–3 Rusch (3–4) White (1–4) Benitez (14) Shea Stadium 24,123 30–24
55 June 3 Devil Rays 1–0 Leiter (6–1) Trachsel (3–6) Benitez (15) Shea Stadium 33,694 31–24
56 June 4 Devil Rays 5–15 Yan (3–3) B. J. Jones (1–2) Shea Stadium 43,610 31–25
57 June 5 Orioles 2–4 Mussina (3–6) Hampton (6–5) Timlin (5) Shea Stadium 25,192 31–26
June 6 Orioles Postponed (rain); rescheduled for June 8
58 June 7 Orioles 11–3 Mahomes (2–1) Erickson (2–3) Shea Stadium 34,492 32–26
59 June 8 Orioles 8–7 (10) Cook (5–2) Mercedes (2–3) Shea Stadium 9,540 33–26
60 June 9 @ Yankees 12–2 Leiter (7–1) Clemens (4–6) Yankee Stadium 55,822 34–26
61 June 10 @ Yankees 5–13 Pettitte (6–2) B. J. Jones (1–3) Yankee Stadium 55,839 34–27
June 11 @ Yankees Postponed (rain); rescheduled for July 8
62 June 13 @ Cubs 3–4 Heredia (3–1) Franco (2–2) Aguilera (13) Wrigley Field 38,879 34–28
63 June 14 @ Cubs 10–8 Rusch (4–4) Garibay (1–2) Benitez (16) Wrigley Field 38,625 35–28
64 June 16 @ Brewers 7–1 Leiter (8–1) Haynes (7–5) County Stadium 18,979 36–28
65 June 17 @ Brewers 2–3 Snyder (2–2) Rusch (4–5) Wickman (8) County Stadium 26,125 36–29
66 June 18 @ Brewers 7–3 Reed (4–1) Bere (4–6) County Stadium 20,133 37–29
67 June 20 Phillies 2–3 (10) Brock (3–4) Benitez (1–3) Brantley (9) Shea Stadium 40,386 37–30
68 June 21 Phillies 5–10 Gomes (4–4) Franco (2–3) Shea Stadium 22,524 37–31
69 June 22 Phillies 5–4 Rusch (5–5) Politte (1–2) Cook (1) Shea Stadium 21,005 38–31
70 June 23 Pirates 12–2 B. J. Jones (2–3) Arroyo (0–1) Shea Stadium 39,849 39–31
71 June 24 Pirates 10–8 Franco (3–3) Loiselle (0–3) Benitez (17) Shea Stadium 34,894 40–31
72 June 25 Pirates 9–0 Hampton (7–5) Benson (6–6) Shea Stadium 38,984 41–31
73 June 26 Marlins 10–5 Leiter (9–1) Cornelius (2–2) Shea Stadium 19,657 42–31
74 June 27 Marlins 5–2 Rusch (6–5) Sanchez (4–7) Benitez (18) Shea Stadium 22,103 43–31
75 June 28 Marlins 6–5 B. J. Jones (3–3) Penny (4–7) Franco (3) Shea Stadium 37,252 44–31
76 June 29 Braves 4–6 Burkett (6–3) Reed (4–2) Lightenberg (6) Shea Stadium 46,998 44–32
77 June 30 Braves 11–8 Benitez (2–3) Mulholland (8–7) Shea Stadium 52,831 45–32
July: (14–13) Home: 8–4; Away: 6–9
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
78 July 1 Braves 9–1 Leiter (10–1) Maddux (9–3) Shea Stadium 44,593 46–32
79 July 2 Braves 2–10 Glavine (8–5) Rusch (6–6) Shea Stadium 45,261 46–33
80 July 3 @ Marlins 0–2 Almanza (2–0) Wendell (4–4) Pro Player Stadium 15,844 46–34
81 July 4 @ Marlins 8–9 Darensbourg (4–0) B. M. Jones (0–1) Alfonseca (26) Pro Player Stadium 24,935 46–35
82 July 5 @ Marlins 11–2 Hampton (8–5) Smith (0–2) Pro Player Stadium 14,765 47–35
83 July 7 Yankees 1–2 Hernandez (8–6) Leiter (10–2) Rivera (19) Shea Stadium 54,132 47–36
84 July 8 (1) Yankees 2–4 Gooden (3–3) B. J. Jones (3–4) Rivera (20) Shea Stadium 54,165 47–37
85 July 8 (2) @ Yankees 2–4 Clemens (6–6) Rusch (6–7) Rivera (21) Yankee Stadium 55,821 47–38
86 July 9 Yankees 2–0 Hampton (9–5) Pettitte (9–5) Benitez (19) Shea Stadium 54,286 48–38
71st All-Star Game in Atlanta, Georgia
87 July 13 @ Red Sox 3–4 Garces (4–0) Benitez (2–4) Fenway Park 33,894 48–39
88 July 14 @ Red Sox 6–4 Mahomes (3–1) Lowe (2–4) Benitez (20) Fenway Park 33,293 49–39
89 July 15 @ Red Sox 4–6 Martinez (7–5) Hampton (9–6) Lowe (20) Fenway Park 33,213 49–40
90 July 16 @ Blue Jays 3–7 Halladay (4–5) Leiter (10–3) Koch (21) SkyDome 30,139 49–41
91 July 17 @ Blue Jays 7–5 (11) Franco (4–3) Borbon (1–1) Benitez (21) SkyDome 23,129 50–41
92 July 18 @ Blue Jays 11–7 B. J. Jones (4–4) Carpenter (7–9) SkyDome 24,633 51–41
93 July 19 @ Expos 5–3 Mahomes (4–1) Kline (1–3) Benitez (22) Olympic Stadium 14,198 52–41
94 July 20 @ Expos 1–4 Hermanson (8–7) Hampton (9–7) Strickland (1) Olympic Stadium 13,641 52–42
95 July 21 @ Braves 3–6 Burkett (7–4) Leiter (10–4) Remlinger (8) Turner Field 49,313 52–43
96 July 22 @ Braves 4–0 Reed (5–2) Maddux (12–4) Turner Field 48,141 53–43
97 July 23 @ Braves 0–1 Ashby (6–7) B. J. Jones (4–5) Turner Field 46,872 53–44
98 July 25 Expos 5–0 Rusch (7–7) Hermanson (8–8) Shea Stadium 41,028 54–44
July 26 Expos Postponed (rain); rescheduled for July 27
99 July 27 (1) Expos 9–8 Franco (5–3) Strickland (2–1) Benitez (23) Shea Stadium N/A 55–44
100 July 27 (2) Expos 4–3 Hampton (10–7) Irabu (2–5) Shea Stadium 35,088 56–44
101 July 28 Cardinals 3–2 Leiter (11–4) Hentgen (9–8) Benitez (24) Shea Stadium 42,396 57–44
102 July 29 Cardinals 4–3 White (4–6) James (0–2) Benitez (25) Shea Stadium 50,726 58–44
103 July 30 Cardinals 4–2 B. J. Jones (5–5) Stephenson (11–7) Shea Stadium 45,733 59–44
104 July 31 Reds 0–6 Williamson (4–7) Rusch (7–8) Luebbers (1) Shea Stadium 42,774 59–45
August: (20–9) Home: 12–4; Away: 8–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
105 August 1 Reds 3–2 Hampton (11–7) Parris (5–14) Benitez (26) Shea Stadium 39,572 60–45
106 August 2 Reds 2–1 Leiter (12–4) Dessens (5–1) Benitez (27) Shea Stadium 42,111 61–45
107 August 4 @ Diamondbacks 6–1 Reed (6–2) Johnson (15–4) Cook (2) Bank One Ballpark 41,832 62–45
108 August 5 @ Diamondbacks 6–2 B. J. Jones (6–5) Guzman (3–2) R. White (3) Bank One Ballpark 41,656 63–45
109 August 6 @ Diamondbacks 5–9 Reynoso (8–7) Rusch (7–9) Mantei (8) Bank One Ballpark 39,641 63–46
110 August 7 @ Astros 6–5 (11) Benitez (3–4) Green (1–1) Enron Field 36,536 64–46
111 August 8 @ Astros 3–9 Powell (1–0) Leiter (12–5) Enron Field 38,031 64–47
112 August 9 @ Astros 12–5 Reed (7–2) Lima (4–14) Enron Field 35,432 65–47
113 August 10 @ Astros 10–3 B. J. Jones (7–5) McKnight (0–1) Enron Field 37,870 66–47
114 August 11 Giants 4–1 Rusch (8–9) Gardner (7–6) Benitez (28) Shea Stadium 33,944 67–47
115 August 12 Giants 3–2 Hampton (12–7) Rodriguez (4–2) Benitez (29) Shea Stadium 50,064 68–47
116 August 13 Giants 2–0 Leiter (13–5) Hernandez (11–9) Franco (4) Shea Stadium 39,841 69–47
117 August 14 Giants 1–11 Ortiz (8–10) Reed (7–3) Shea Stadium 35,296 69–48
118 August 15 (1) Rockies 7–5 Cook (6–2) House (1–1) Benitez (30) Shea Stadium N/A 70–48
119 August 15 (2) Rockies 4–3 B. J. Jones (8–5) Chouinard (1–2) Benitez (31) Shea Stadium 29,744 71–48
120 August 16 Rockies 5–7 Bohanon (7–8) Rusch (8–10) G. White (4) Shea Stadium 29,832 71–49
121 August 17 Rockies 13–2 Wendell (5–4) Yoshii (5–13) Shea Stadium 42,697 72–49
122 August 18 @ Dodgers 5–3 R. White (5–6) Adams (5–5) Benitez (32) Dodger Stadium 47,486 73–49
123 August 19 @ Dodgers 1–4 Park (12–8) Reed (7–4) Dodger Stadium 53,051 73–50
124 August 20 @ Dodgers 9–6 Wendell (6–4) Adams (5–6) Benitez (33) Dodger Stadium 46,122 74–50
125 August 21 @ Padres 4–5 (10) Hoffman (4–4) Cook (6–3) Qualcomm Stadium 21,234 74–51
126 August 22 @ Padres 1–16 Eaton (5–2) Mahomes (4–2) Erdos (2) Qualcomm Stadium 24,919 74–52
127 August 23 @ Padres 4–1 Leiter (14–5) Clement (11–12) Benitez (34) Qualcomm Stadium 26,376 75–52
128 August 25 Diamondbacks 13–3 Reed (8–4) Johnson (16–5) Shea Stadium 38,237 76–52
129 August 26 Diamondbacks 1–5 (10) Plesac (3–0) R. White (5–7) Shea Stadium 43,985 76–53
130 August 27 Diamondbacks 2–1 Hampton (13–7) Reynoso (10–9) Benitez (35) Shea Stadium 42,277 77–53
131 August 28 Astros 4–2 Rusch (9–10) Powell (1–1) Wendell (1) Shea Stadium 28,472 78–53
132 August 29 Astros 1–11 Miller (3–5) Leiter (14–6) Shea Stadium 39,967 78–54
133 August 30 Astros 1–0 Reed (9–4) Holt (6–13) Benitez (36) Shea Stadium 42,507 79–54
September: (14–14) Home: 7–4; Away: 7–10
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
134 September 1 @ Cardinals 5–6 Veres (2–3) Mahomes (4–3) Busch Stadium 39,056 79–55
135 September 2 @ Cardinals 1–2 Kile (16–9) Hampton (13–8) Busch Stadium 41,483 79–56
136 September 3 @ Cardinals 3–4 (11) Morris (3–3) White (5–8) Busch Stadium 42,133 79–57
137 September 4 @ Reds 2–6 Dessens (7–5) Leiter (14–7) Cinergy Field 26,571 79–58
138 September 5 @ Reds 3–2 (10) Wendell (7–4) Sullivan (2–6) Benitez (37) Cinergy Field 22,664 80–58
139 September 6 @ Reds 8–11 Riedling (2–0) Franco (5–4) Graves (25) Cinergy Field 24,681 80–59
140 September 8 Phillies 0–2 Padilla (4–5) Hampton (13–9) Brantley (22) Shea Stadium 38,808 80–60
141 September 9 Phillies 3–6 Person (8–5) Wendell (7–5) Shea Stadium 42,324 80–61
142 September 10 Phillies 3–0 Leiter (15–7) Daal (3–18) Shea Stadium 53,775 81–61
143 September 11 Brewers 2–8 Rigdon (4–4) Reed (9–5) Shea Stadium 21,797 81–62
144 September 12 Brewers 10–2 B. J. Jones (9–5) Snyder (3–9) Shea Stadium 22,570 82–62
145 September 13 Brewers 4–1 (10) Benitez (4–4) Acevedo (3–7) Shea Stadium 22,510 83–62
146 September 14 @ Expos 10–4 Rusch (10–10) Thurman (4–6) Olympic Stadium 6,219 84–62
147 September 15 @ Expos 3–4 Vazquez (10–7) Wendell (7–6) Strickland (7) Olympic Stadium 6,979 84–63
148 September 16 @ Expos 10–4 Reed (10–5) Hermanson (11–14) Olympic Stadium 9,045 85–63
149 September 17 @ Expos 0–5 Armas (6–8) B. J. Jones (9–6) Olympic Stadium 9,349 85–64
150 September 18 @ Braves 3–6 Maddux (18–8) Hampton (13–10) Rocker (23) Turner Field 41,937 85–65
151 September 19 @ Braves 4–12 Ashby (11–12) Rusch (10–11) Turner Field 46,584 85–66
152 September 20 @ Braves 6–3 Leiter (16–7) Glavine (19–9) Benitez (38) Turner Field 48,278 86–66
153 September 21 @ Phillies 5–6 Brantley (2–7) White (5–9) Veterans Stadium 17,769 86–67
154 September 22 @ Phillies 9–6 B. J. Jones (10–6) Wolf (11–8) Benitez (39) Veterans Stadium 21,128 87–67
155 September 23 @ Phillies 7–3 Hampton (14–10) Politte (3–3) Veterans Stadium 22,570 88–67
156 September 24 @ Phillies 3–2 Rusch (11–11) Chen (7–3) Benitez (40) Veterans Stadium 31,391 89–67
157 September 26 Braves 1–7 Burkett (10–6) Leiter (16–8) Shea Stadium 48,270 89–68
158 September 27 Braves 6–2 Reed (11–5) Millwood (10–13) Shea Stadium 48,858 90–68
159 September 28 Braves 8–2 B. J. Jones (11–6) Maddux (19–9) Shea Stadium 52,134 91–68
160 September 29 Expos 11–2 Hampton (15–10) Thurman (4–9) Shea Stadium 28,788 92–68
161 September 30 Expos 4–2 Wendell (8–6) Vazquez (11–9) Benitez (41) Shea Stadium 39,468 93–68
October: (1–0) Home: 1–0; Away: 0–0
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
162 October 1 Expos 3–2 (13) Mahomes (5–3) Powell (0–3) Shea Stadium 44,869 94–68

Roster

2000 New York Mets
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

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

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Mike Piazza 136 482 156 .324 38 113
1B Todd Zeile 153 544 146 .268 22 79
2B Edgardo Alfonzo 150 544 176 .324 25 94
SS Mike Bordick 56 192 50 .260 4 21
3B Robin Ventura 141 469 109 .232 24 84
LF Benny Agbayani 119 350 101 .289 15 60
CF Jay Payton 149 488 142 .291 17 62
RF Derek Bell 144 546 145 .266 18 69

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Melvin Mora 79 215 56 .260 6 30
Todd Pratt 80 160 44 .275 8 25
Kurt Abbott 79 157 34 .217 6 12
Joe McEwing 87 153 34 .222 2 19
Lenny Harris 76 138 42 .304 3 13
Matt Franco 101 134 32 .239 2 14
Rey Ordóñez 45 133 25 .188 0 9
Darryl Hamilton 43 105 29 .276 1 6
Rickey Henderson 31 96 21 .219 0 2
Jon Nunnally 48 74 14 .189 2 6
Bubba Trammell 36 56 13 .232 3 12
Timo Pérez 24 49 14 .286 1 3
Jason Tyner 13 41 8 .195 0 5
Mark Johnson 21 22 4 .182 1 6
Jorge Toca 8 7 3 .429 0 4
Jorge Velandia 15 7 0 .000 0 0
David Lamb 7 5 1 .200 0 0
Vance Wilson 4 4 0 .000 0 0
Mike Kinkade 2 2 0 .000 0 0
Ryan McGuire 1 2 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Mike Hampton 33 217.2 15 10 3.14 151
Al Leiter 31 208.0 16 8 3.20 200
Glendon Rusch 31 190.2 11 11 4.01 157
Rick Reed 30 184.0 11 5 4.11 121
Bobby J. Jones 27 154.2 11 6 5.06 85
Dennis Springer 2 11.1 0 1 8.74 5
Bill Pulsipher 2 6.2 0 2 12.15 7

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Grant Roberts 4 7.0 0 0 11.57 6

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L SV ERA SO
Armando Benítez 76 76.0 4 4 41 2.61 106
Pat Mahomes 53 94.0 5 3 0 5.46 76
Turk Wendell 77 82.2 8 6 1 3.59 73
Dennis Cook 68 59.0 6 3 2 5.34 53
John Franco 62 55.2 5 4 4 3.40 56
Rich Rodriguez 32 37.0 0 1 0 7.78 18
Rick White 22 28.1 2 3 1 3.81 20
Bobby Jones 11 21.2 0 1 0 4.15 20
Eric Cammack 8 10.0 0 0 0 6.30 9
Jim Mann 2 2.2 0 0 0 10.13 0
Jerrod Riggan 1 2.0 0 0 0 0.00 1
Derek Bell 1 1.0 0 0 0 36.00 0

Playoffs

Game log

2000 Postseason Game Log (8–6)
NLDS vs Giants (3–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 October 4 @ Giants 1–5 Hernandez (1–0) Hampton (0–1) Pacific Bell Park 40,430 0–1
2 October 5 @ Giants 5–4 (10) Benitez (1–0) Rodriguez (0–1) Franco (1) Pacific Bell Park 40,430 1–1
3 October 7 Giants 3–2 (13) White (1–0) Fultz (0–1) Shea Stadium 56,270 2–1
4 October 8 Giants 4–0 B. J. Jones (1–0) Gardner (0–1) Shea Stadium 56,245 3–1
NLCS vs Cardinals (4–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 October 11 @ Cardinals 6–2 Hampton (1–0) Kile (0–1) Busch Stadium 52,255 1–0
2 October 12 @ Cardinals 6–5 Wendell (1–0) Timlin (0–1) Benitez (1) Busch Stadium 52,250 2–0
3 October 14 Cardinals 2–8 Benes (1–0) Reed (0–1) Shea Stadium 55,693 2–1
4 October 15 Cardinals 10–6 Rusch (1–0) Kile (0–2) Shea Stadium 55,665 3–1
5 October 16 Cardinals 7–0 Hampton (2–0) Hentgen (0–1) Shea Stadium 55,695 4–1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 October 21 @ Yankees 3–4 (12) Stanton (1–0) Wendell (0–1) Yankee Stadium 55,913 0–1
2 October 22 @ Yankees 5–6 Clemens (1–0) Hampton (0–1) Yankee Stadium 56,059 0–2
3 October 24 Yankees 4–2 Franco (1–0) Hernandez (0–1) Benitez (1) Shea Stadium 55,299 2–1
4 October 25 Yankees 2–3 Nelson (1–0) B. J. Jones (0–1) Rivera (1) Shea Stadium 55,290 3–1
5 October 26 Yankees 2–4 Stanton (2–0) Leiter (0–1) Rivera (2) Shea Stadium 55,292 4–1

Playoff rosters

Playoff rosters

Awards and honors

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Norfolk Tides International League John Gibbons
AA Binghamton Mets Eastern League Doug Davis
A St. Lucie Mets Florida State League Dave Engle
A Capital City Bombers South Atlantic League John Stephenson
A-Short Season Pittsfield Mets New York–Penn League Tony Tijerina
Rookie Kingsport Mets Appalachian League Edgar Alfonzo

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References

  1. ^ a b Jesse Orosco Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  2. ^ a b Charlie Hayes Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ a b "Curtis Pride Stats - Baseball-Reference.com". Baseball-Reference.com.
  4. ^ a b Bill Pulsipher Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  5. ^ Great Baseball Feats, Facts and Figures, 2008 Edition, p.372, David Nemec and Scott latow, A Signet Book, Penguin Group, New York, ISBN 978-0-451-22363-0
  6. ^ "Justin Huber Stats - Baseball-Reference.com". Baseball-Reference.com.
  7. ^ Mike Bordick Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ "Jorge Velandia Stats - Baseball-Reference.com". Baseball-Reference.com.
  9. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007

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