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2015 New York Mets season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2015 New York Mets
National League Champions
National League East Champions
IntroNLCSGm1.JPG
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record90–72 (.556)
Divisional place1st
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)
Local radioWOR (English)
New York Mets Radio Network
(Howie Rose, Josh Lewin, Wayne Randazzo)
WQBU-FM (Spanish)
(Juan Alicea, Max Perez Jiminez)
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The 2015 season was the 54th season in the history of the New York Mets. The Mets finished the regular season with a record of 90–72, winning the National League East title on September 26, their first division title since 2006 and sixth overall. They defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Division Series in five games and swept the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship Series. They lost to the Kansas City Royals in five games in the 2015 World Series. It was the Mets' first appearance in the World Series since 2000 when they lost to the New York Yankees. It marked the team's first winning season since Citi Field opened in 2009 (and their first since 2008, their last season at Citi Field's predecessor, Shea Stadium).

Offseason

On November 10, 2014, the Mets signed Michael Cuddyer to a two-year $21 million deal.[1] On December 2, 2014, the Mets officially non-tendered Eric Young Jr.[2] On December 11, 2014, the Mets agreed to a one-year contract with John Mayberry Jr.[3]

Spring training

During Spring training, the Mets made trades for relief pitchers Jerry Blevins from the Washington Nationals and Alex Torres from the San Diego Padres.[4][5]

Regular season

Opening Day

Opening Day Starters
Name Position
Curtis Granderson RF
David Wright 3B
Lucas Duda 1B
Michael Cuddyer LF
Daniel Murphy 2B
Juan Lagares CF
Travis d'Arnaud C
Wilmer Flores SS
Bartolo Colón P

On Opening Day, the Mets faced the Washington Nationals, whose starting pitcher Max Scherzer held the Mets hitless until the 6th inning. The Mets capitalized on two errors by Washington in the 6th inning: Ian Desmond committed a throwing error and Dan Uggla dropped a David Wright pop-up, and Lucas Duda finished off the rally with a two-run single into the right-center gap off a 98-MPH fastball from Scherzer. Mets starter Bartolo Colón allowed only a solo home run to Bryce Harper. After Colon left the game, Buddy Carlyle, filling in for an injured Jenrry Mejía, earned the save, giving the Mets a 3–1 victory.

April

After their opening series in Washington, former closer Jenrry Mejía was suspended 80 games for the use of stanozolol, a performance-enhancing drug (PED) banned by Major League Baseball. The Mets lost three of their first five games. After losing the first two in Atlanta to start their second series, the Mets began an 11-game win streak that started with Colón picking up his second win. The Mets then returned home, and swept the Philadelphia Phillies, Miami Marlins, and Atlanta Braves. On April 23, 2015 the New York Mets beat the Braves 6–3 to complete a perfect 10 game homestand, tying their start to the 1986 season with a 13–3 record and tying the team record with an 11-game winning streak. During the eighth game of the season, David Wright pulled his hamstring while stealing a base. He left the game and Anthony Recker was brought in to play third base. After a number of weeks, Wright was diagnosed with spinal stenosis, raising questions as to whether the captain could ever return.[6] During the 11 game winning streak, catcher Travis d'Arnaud was hit by a pitch, leading to a wrist injury. Kevin Plawecki was called up to replace d'Arnaud. In the same game, relief pitcher Jerry Blevins was hit by a line drive, breaking his arm. Their winning streak was broken in the first game of the Subway Series, where Jacob deGrom lost to Michael Pineda. The next day, in the second game of the series, Matt Harvey pitched 8.2 innings, but after giving up back-to-back hits, Harvey was taken out of the game. He would still get the victory. No Met would pitch a complete game until September. The Mets then lost the rubber match against the Yankees, their first appearance on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball since the 2013 season.

May

In May, the Nationals took the Division lead after taking three of four games from the Mets at Citi Field to start the month. Bartolo Colón saw his ERA increase to 4.80 at one point, effectively ending his All-Star chances. Noah Syndergaard was called up in mid-May and made his Major League debut on May 12 against the Chicago Cubs. He lost 6–1 in part of a four-game sweep by the Cubs at Wrigley Field. The Mets then returned home for a weekend series against the Milwaukee Brewers, winning two games to one. On Saturday, the Mets scored 14 runs, scoring 10 in the 4th inning, which included a grand slam hit by Wilmer Flores. Syndergaard picked up his first major league win on Sunday as the Mets won 5–1. In the following week, they split a four-game series with the Cardinals and were swept by the Pirates. While they started the final week of May by sweeping the Phillies, they closed the month by losing a series to the Marlins, ending May with a 28–23 record.

June

The Mets lost a series in San Diego and also split a series in Arizona. Returning home, they were no-hit by Chris Heston on June 9, which would turn out to be the first of two no-hitters thrown against the Mets in 2015. New York rebounded to win a weekend series against the Braves, and also snapped the Toronto Blue Jays' 11 game winning streak, which matched the Mets' 11-game streak as the longest winning streak of the year, by beating them on a walk-off hit by Wilmer Flores. After another win the following day, the Mets retook the division lead again. They then lost their next seven games in a row to fall back to under .500, at 36–37. Facing the Brewers, Jacob deGrom ended the losing streak by pitching 8 shutout innings to guide the Mets to a 2–0 victory and get them back to .500 returning home for a three-game set with the Cincinnati Reds.

On June 28, left-handed pitching prospect Steven Matz, a native of Stony Brook, New York and a lifelong Mets fan, made his Major League debut for the Mets against the Cincinnati Reds. He recorded four runs batted in (RBIs), breaking the Mets' franchise record for RBIs in a major league debut and setting an MLB record for most RBI by a pitcher in their debut. He went on to get the win in that game. Matz was the first pitcher from Long Island to make his MLB debut with the Mets since Ray Searage in 1981. With the win, the Mets swept the Reds to end June with a 40–38 record.

July

The Mets opened July by getting swept by the Chicago Cubs at Citi Field. In the three-game series, the Mets scored only one run. The team lost 6–1 on Thursday afternoon to drop to 40–40. After the game, local news pundits tore into the Wilpon's ownership of the team and GM Sandy Alderson not admitting there was a problem with the offense. Alderson then addressed the media and dubbed the reporters "residents of Panic City". Panic City became a popular term referring to Mets fans, especially on social media. After the sweep, the Mets went 4–2 on a road trip to the west coast in Los Angeles and San Francisco. They followed this with a sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field that brought the team's record to 47–42 heading into the 2015 All Star Break. In the final game of this series, Kirk Nieuwenhuis became the tenth Met to hit three home runs in one game, and the first player in Mets history to hit three home runs in one home game; the previous nine did so on the road.

On July 29, the Mets were involved in a bizarre series of events where it was reported through various social media outlets that Wilmer Flores had been traded, along with Zack Wheeler to the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for outfielder Carlos Gómez, as part of the Mets' desire to bring in an outfield bat. Word spread quickly around the stadium, and eventually to Flores, who took the field in the 8th inning crying and visibly emotional. After the game, general manager Sandy Alderson confirmed with the media that the trade had fallen through due to either medical concerns or disagreements on money, meaning Flores and Wheeler remained Mets. The next day, Flores was on the bench while the Mets tried to put the previous night behind them, leading the Padres 7–1 in the 7th inning. However, Derek Norris cut into the lead with a grand slam off Hansel Robles, but the newly acquired reliever Tyler Clippard sent the game into the 9th with the Mets retaining a 7–5 lead. Jeurys Familia came in to close the game, but with two outs and one strike on Norris, a heavy rainfall prompted the umpires to delay the game. After the delay, Norris blooped an 0–2 single to right field, Matt Kemp grounded a single to left field, and Justin Upton provided the final blow, homering to give the Padres an 8–7 lead, which would hold up.

Following the defeat, the Mets faced the Washington Nationals in a three-game series. The Nationals were three games ahead of the Mets, and a New York sweep could give the Mets the division lead. Prior to the first game, the Mets acquired outfielder Yoenis Céspedes, in a trade with the Tigers for minor league pitchers Michael Fulmer and Luis Cessa. That night, Flores hit a walk-off home run in the 12th inning, winning the game for the Mets by a score of 2–1. Flores had also driven in the other Mets run earlier in the game. It was also the only walk-off home run the Mets hit that season.

August

The Mets started August by sweeping the Washington Nationals and the Miami Marlins. They regained the lead in the NL East on August 3[7] and did not relinquish it for the rest of the season. On August 21, Céspedes became the 11th Met in franchise history and the third Met in 2015 to hit three home runs in a game when he did so against the Rockies.[8] This feat was achieved early in the season by Lucas Duda and Kirk Nieuwenhuis.

On August 24 against the Phillies, David Wright played in his first game since April 14, having missed over four months due to a hamstring injury and a career-threatening bout of spinal stenosis. Wright hit a home run into the second deck in his first at-bat; this would be the first of eight Met home runs in the game, setting a new franchise record in their 16–7 win. The Mets also hit 45 home runs in August, setting the club record for most home runs in a calendar month.

The Mets finished the month of August with a 20–8 record, their first month with at least 20 wins since September 2000.

September

The Mets swept a three-game series in Washington against the Nationals, coming from behind in each game to do so; this sweep increased their division lead, which they would not relinquish, to seven games, effectively ending the chances of a Nationals comeback.

On September 26, the Mets clinched the National League East Division regular season championship after defeating the Cincinnati Reds 10–2.

October

The Mets were the favorites to earn a home-field advantage over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Divisional Series, but finished 1–5 to end the season. This included being swept by the Phillies and dropping a series against the Nationals, which included a no-hitter thrown by Max Scherzer on October 3,[9] which was the second no-hitter thrown against the Mets all season. The next day, however, the Mets won 1–0. Jacob deGrom pitched 4 shutout innings and the Mets took a combined no-hitter into the 8th, but Clint Robinson singled off Jon Niese to end the no-hitter. Curtis Granderson then homered for the only run of the game, and Jeurys Familia earned his 43rd save of the year, tying a club record previously held by Armando Benitez, who recorded 43 saves in 2001.[10] The win also gave the Mets 90 victories, which Alderson had predicted of the team in 2014. The club ended the regular season with a record of 90–72, making it the first time since 2006 that the Mets won at least 90 games.

The Mets played the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2015 National League Division Series, winning in five games. Second baseman Daniel Murphy hit three home runs in the series. The Mets then swept the Chicago Cubs in the 2015 National League Championship Series. Murphy was named the NLCS Most Valuable Player, after he batted .529 in the series and homered in each of the 4 games, bringing his consecutive postseason game home run streak to six games, an MLB postseason record. Murphy homered a total of seven times in the two series. The Mets would lose in five games to the Kansas City Royals in the 2015 World Series. It was the first World Series to feature two expansion teams established after 1960. Game 5 was the first game in Mets franchise history to occur in the month of November.

Detailed record

Team Home Away Total Win %
NL East
Atlanta Braves 6–3 5–5 11–8 .579
Miami Marlins 6–4 5–4 11–8 .579
Philadelphia Phillies 8–1 6–4 14–5 .737
Washington Nationals 5–5 6–3 11–8 .579
25–13 22–16 47–29 .618
NL Central
Chicago Cubs 0–3 0–4 0–7 .000
Cincinnati Reds 3–0 4–0 7–0 1.000
Milwaukee Brewers 2–1 1–2 3–3 .500
Pittsburgh Pirates 0–3 0–3 0–6 .000
St. Louis Cardinals 2–2 1–2 3–4 .429
7–9 6–11 13–20 .394
NL West
Arizona Diamondbacks 3–0 2–2 5–2 .714
Colorado Rockies 4–0 3–0 7–0 1.000
Los Angeles Dodgers 2–2 2–1 4–3 .571
San Diego Padres 1–2 1–2 2–4 .333
San Francisco Giants 1–2 2–1 3–3 .500
11–6 10–6 21–12 .636
American League
Baltimore Orioles 2–0 1–1 3–1 .750
Boston Red Sox 1–2 N/A 1–2 .333
New York Yankees 1–2 1–2 2–4 .333
Tampa Bay Rays N/A 1–2 1–2 .333
Toronto Blue Jays 2–0 0–2 2–2 .500
6–4 3–7 9–11 .450
Month Games Won Lost Win %
April 23 15 8 .652
May 28 13 15 .464
June 27 12 15 .444
July 25 13 12 .520
August 28 20 8 .714
September 27 16 11 .593
October 4 1 3 .250
Overall: 162 90 72 .556
Games Won Lost Win %
Home 81 49 32 .605
Away 81 41 40 .506
  • Most Runs Scored in a game: 16 (8/24 vs. PHI)
  • Most Runs Allowed in a game: 14 (9/1 vs. PHI)
  • Most Hits in a Game: 21 (7/25 vs. LAD)
  • Longest Winning Streak: 11 games (4/12–4/23) Ties franchise record
  • Longest Losing Streak: 7 games (6/17–6/24)

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Mets 90 72 0.556 49–32 41–40
Washington Nationals 83 79 0.512 7 46–35 37–44
Miami Marlins 71 91 0.438 19 41–40 30–51
Atlanta Braves 67 95 0.414 23 42–39 25–56
Philadelphia Phillies 63 99 0.389 27 37–44 26–55


National League Division Leaders

Division Leaders W L Pct.
St. Louis Cardinals 100 62 0.617
Los Angeles Dodgers 92 70 0.568
New York Mets 90 72 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 98 64 0.605 +1
Chicago Cubs 97 65 0.599
San Francisco Giants 84 78 0.519 13
Washington Nationals 83 79 0.512 14
Arizona Diamondbacks 79 83 0.488 18
San Diego Padres 74 88 0.457 23
Miami Marlins 71 91 0.438 26
Milwaukee Brewers 68 94 0.420 29
Colorado Rockies 68 94 0.420 29
Atlanta Braves 67 95 0.414 30
Cincinnati Reds 64 98 0.395 33
Philadelphia Phillies 63 99 0.389 34


Record vs. opponents

2015 National League Records

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


Game log

Regular season

Legend
Mets Win Mets Loss Game Postponed
Bold = Mets team member
2015 Game Log
Overall: 90–72 (Home: 49–32; Away: 41–40)
April: 15–8 (Home: 10–1; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
1 April 6 @Nationals 3–1 Bartolo Colón (1–0) Max Scherzer (0–1) Buddy Carlyle (1) Nationals Park (42,295) 1–0
2 April 8 @Nationals 1–2 Jordan Zimmermann (1–0) Jacob deGrom (0–1) Drew Storen (1) Nationals Park (25,999) 1–1
3 April 9 @Nationals 6–3 Matt Harvey (1–0) Stephen Strasburg (0–1) Nationals Park (25,327) 2–1
4 April 10 @Braves 3–5 Jim Johnson (1–0) Rafael Montero (0–1) Jason Grilli (3) Turner Field (46,279) 2–2
5 April 11 @Braves 3–5 Julio Teherán (2–0) Dillon Gee (0–1) Jim Johnson (1) Turner Field (36,056) 2–3
6 April 12 @Braves 4–3 Bartolo Colón (2–0) Juan Jaime (0–1) Jeurys Familia (1) Turner Field (28,192) 3–3
7 April 13 Phillies 2–0 Jacob deGrom (1–1) Aaron Harang (1–1) Jeurys Familia (2) Citi Field (43,947) 4–3
8 April 14 Phillies 6–5 Matt Harvey (2–0) David Buchanan (0–2) Jeurys Familia (3) Citi Field (39,489) 5–3
9 April 15 Phillies 6–1 Jon Niese (1–0) Jerome Williams (0–1) Citi Field (21,052) 6–3
10 April 16 Marlins 7–5 Jerry Blevins (1–0) Mike Dunn (0–1) Jeurys Familia (4) Citi Field (20,556) 7–3
11 April 17 Marlins 4–1 Bartolo Colón (3–0) Brad Hand (0–1) Jeurys Familia (5) Citi Field (38,753) 8–3
12 April 18 Marlins 5–4 Jacob deGrom (2–1) Mat Latos (0–3) Alex Torres (1) Citi Field (41,844) 9–3
13 April 19 Marlins 7–6 Matt Harvey (3–0) Tom Koehler (1–2) Jeurys Familia (6) Citi Field (41,234) 10–3
14 April 21 Braves 7–1 Jon Niese (2–0) Trevor Cahill (0–2) Citi Field (21,033) 11–3
15 April 22 Braves 3–2 Buddy Carlyle (1–0) Jim Johnson (1–1) Jeurys Familia (7) Citi Field (20,971) 12–3
16 April 23 Braves 6–3 Bartolo Colón (4–0) Julio Teherán (2–1) Jeurys Familia (8) Citi Field (23,980) 13–3
17 April 24 @Yankees 1–6 Michael Pineda (3–0) Jacob deGrom (2–2) Yankee Stadium (45,310) 13–4
18 April 25 @Yankees 8–2 Matt Harvey (4–0) CC Sabathia (0–4) Yankee Stadium (47,909) 14–4
19 April 26 @Yankees 4–6 Chasen Shreve (1–0) Jon Niese (2–1) Andrew Miller (7) Yankee Stadium (47,510) 14–5
20 April 27 @Marlins 3–1 Carlos Torres (1–0) Steve Cishek (0–1) Jeurys Familia (9) Marlins Park (18,547) 15–5
21 April 28 @Marlins 3–4 Bryan Morris (3–0) Carlos Torres (1–1) Steve Cishek (2) Marlins Park (17,255) 15–6
22 April 29 @Marlins 3–4 Sam Dyson (1–0) Bartolo Colón (4–1) Marlins Park (17,076) 15–7
23 April 30 Nationals 2–8 Stephen Strasburg (2–2) Jacob deGrom (2–3) Citi Field (21,689) 15–8
May: 13–15 (Home: 11–7; Away: 2–8)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
24 May 1 Nationals 4–0 Matt Harvey (5–0) Max Scherzer (1–3) Jeurys Familia (10) Citi Field (33,178) 16–8
25 May 2 Nationals 0–1 Gio González (2–2) Jon Niese (2–2) Drew Storen (6) Citi Field (39,730) 16–9
26 May 3 Nationals 0–1 Doug Fister (2–1) Dillon Gee (0–2) Drew Storen (7) Citi Field (41,048) 16–10
27 May 5 Orioles 3–2 Bartolo Colón (5–1) Bud Norris (1–3) Jeurys Familia (11) Citi Field (20,534) 17–10
28 May 6 Orioles 5–1 Jacob deGrom (3–3) Ubaldo Jiménez (2–2) Citi Field (21,667) 18–10
29 May 8 @Phillies 1−3 Cole Hamels (2−3) Matt Harvey (5−1) Jonathan Papelbon (6) Citizens Bank Park (32,734) 18–11
30 May 9 @Phillies 3−2 Jon Niese (3−2) Aaron Harang (3−3) Jeurys Familia (12) Citizens Bank Park (29,373) 19–11
31 May 10 @Phillies 7–4 Bartolo Colón (6–1) Chad Billingsley (0–2) Jeurys Familia (13) Citizens Bank Park (27,935) 20–11
32 May 11 @Cubs 3–4 Jon Lester (3–2) Jacob deGrom (3–4) Héctor Rondón (7) Wrigley Field (32,980) 20–12
33 May 12 @Cubs 1–6 Jake Arrieta (3–2) Noah Syndergaard (0–1) Wrigley Field (31,542) 20–13
34 May 13 @Cubs 1–2 Héctor Rondón (2–0) Carlos Torres (1–2) Wrigley Field (33,709) 20–14
35 May 14 @Cubs 5–6 Pedro Strop (1–2) Jon Niese (3−3) Héctor Rondón (8) Wrigley Field (31,496) 20–15
36 May 15 Brewers 0–7 Kyle Lohse (3–4) Bartolo Colón (6–2) Citi Field (27,554) 20–16
37 May 16 Brewers 14–1 Jacob deGrom (4–4) Matt Garza (2–5) Citi Field (30,208) 21–16
38 May 17 Brewers 5–1 Noah Syndergaard (1–1) Wily Peralta (1–5) Citi Field (32,422) 22–16
39 May 18 Cardinals 2–1 (14) Carlos Torres (2–2) Sam Tuivailala (0–1) Citi Field (23,338) 23–16
40 May 19 Cardinals 2–10 Michael Wacha (6–0) Jon Niese (3−4) Citi Field (21,157) 23–17
41 May 20 Cardinals 0–9 Carlos Martínez (4–2) Bartolo Colón (6–3) Citi Field (23,726) 23–18
42 May 21 Cardinals 5–0 Jacob deGrom (5–4) Jaime García (0–1) Citi Field (32,783) 24–18
43 May 22 @Pirates 1–4 Gerrit Cole (6–2) Noah Syndergaard (1–2) Mark Melancon (10) PNC Park (33,337) 24–19
44 May 23 @Pirates 2–8 A. J. Burnett (4–1) Matt Harvey (5–2) PNC Park (39,385) 24–20
45 May 24 @Pirates 1–9 Francisco Liriano (2–4) Jon Niese (3−5) PNC Park (37,784) 24–21
46 May 25 Phillies 6–3 Bartolo Colón (7–3) Elvis Araújo (1–1) Jeurys Familia (14) Citi Field (30,946) 25–21
47 May 26 Phillies 5–4 (10) Jeurys Familia (1–0) Jeanmar Gómez (0–1) Citi Field (21,064) 26–21
48 May 27 Phillies 7–0 Noah Syndergaard (2–2) Sean O'Sullivan (1–4) Citi Field (24,406) 27–21
49 May 29 Marlins 3–4 Dan Haren (5–2) Matt Harvey (5–3) A. J. Ramos (3) Citi Field (33,880) 27–22
50 May 30 Marlins 5–9 Mike Dunn (1–3) Hansel Robles (0–1) A. J. Ramos (4) Citi Field (39,095) 27–23
51 May 31 Marlins 4–3 Bartolo Colón (8–3) Steve Cishek (1–5) Jeurys Familia (15) Citi Field (28,711) 28–23
June: 12–15 (Home: 8–4; Away: 4–11)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
52 June 1 @Padres 7–0 Jacob deGrom (6–4) Andrew Cashner (2–8) Petco Park (21,893) 29–23
53 June 2 @Padres 2–7 Ian Kennedy (3–5) Noah Syndergaard (2–3) Petco Park (22,264) 29–24
54 June 3 @Padres 3–7 James Shields (7–0) Dillon Gee (0–3) Petco Park (24,398) 29–25
55 June 4 @Diamondbacks 6–2 Matt Harvey (6–3) Dominic Leone (0–5) Jeurys Familia (16) Chase Field (18,954) 30–25
56 June 5 @Diamondbacks 2–7 Jeremy Hellickson (4–3) Jon Niese (3–6) Chase Field (24,332) 30–26
57 June 6 @Diamondbacks 1–2 Randall Delgado (3–2) Bartolo Colón (8–4) Brad Ziegler (7) Chase Field (30,265) 30–27
58 June 7 @Diamondbacks 6–3 Jacob deGrom (7–4) Josh Collmenter (3–6) Jeurys Familia (17) Chase Field (31,575) 31–27
59 June 9 Giants 0–5 Chris Heston (6–4) Noah Syndergaard (2–4) Citi Field (23,155) 31–28
60 June 10 Giants 5–8 Tim Hudson (4–5) Matt Harvey (6–4) Santiago Casilla (18) Citi Field (24,436) 31–29
61 June 11 Giants 5–4 Jeurys Familia (2–0) Sergio Romo (0–3) Citi Field (25,143) 32–29
62 June 12 Braves 5–3 Bartolo Colón (9–4) Alex Wood (4–4) Jeurys Familia (18) Citi Field (32,554) 33–29
63 June 13 Braves 3–5  (11) Jason Grilli (2–2) Carlos Torres (2–3) Williams Pérez (1) Citi Field (37,734) 33–30
64 June 14 Braves 10–8 Sean Gilmartin (1–0) Luis Avilán (2–2) Jeurys Familia (19) Citi Field (36,340) 34–30
65 June 15 Blue Jays 4–3 (11) Hansel Robles (1–1) Brett Cecil (1–3) Citi Field (22,172) 35–30
66 June 16 Blue Jays 3–2 Matt Harvey (7–4) Scott Copeland (1–1) Bobby Parnell (1) Citi Field (24,522) 36–30
67 June 17 @Blue Jays 0–8 Drew Hutchison (6–1) Jonathon Niese (3–7) Rogers Centre (28,906) 36–31
68 June 18 @Blue Jays 1–7 R.A. Dickey (3–6) Bartolo Colón (9–5) Rogers Centre (27,588) 36–32
69 June 19 @Braves 1–2 Matt Wisler (1–0) Jacob deGrom (7–5) Jason Grilli (19) Turner Field (28,853) 36–33
70 June 20 @Braves 4–6 Williams Perez (4–0) Jack Leathersich (0–1) Jason Grilli (20) Turner Field (40,733) 36–34
71 June 21 @Braves 0–1 Julio Teherán (5–3) Matt Harvey (7–5) Jim Johnson (4) Turner Field (30,268) 36–35
72 June 23 @Brewers 2–3 Will Smith (3–0) Hansel Robles (1–2) Francisco Rodríguez (14) Miller Park (25,055) 36–36
73 June 24 @Brewers 1–4 Jimmy Nelson (4–8) Bartolo Colón (9–6) Francisco Rodríguez (15) Miller Park (22,017) 36–37
74 June 25 @Brewers 2–0 Jacob deGrom (8–5) Michael Blazek (4–2) Jeurys Familia (20) Miller Park (33,354) 37–37
75 June 26 Reds 2–1 Noah Syndergaard (3–4) Johnny Cueto (4–5) Jeurys Familia (21) Citi Field (28,109) 38–37
76 June 27 Reds 2–1 (13) Bobby Parnell (1–0) Nate Adcock (0–1) Citi Field (32,531) 39–37
77 June 28 Reds 7–2 Steven Matz (1–0) Josh Smith (0–1) Citi Field (29,640) 40–37
78 June 30 Cubs 0–1 Kyle Hendricks (3–4) Jonathon Niese (3–8) Jason Motte (3) Citi Field (27,084) 40–38
July: 13–12 (Home: 7–6; Away: 6–6)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
79 July 1 Cubs 0–2 Jason Motte (6–1) Carlos Torres (2–4) Justin Grimm (1) Citi Field (23,906) 40–39
80 July 2 Cubs 1–6 Jake Arrieta (8–5) Jacob deGrom (8–6) Citi Field (27,207) 40–40
81 July 3 @Dodgers 2–1 Hansel Robles (2–2) Kenley Jansen (2–1) Jeurys Familia (22) Dodger Stadium (52,570) 41–40
82 July 4 @Dodgers 3–4 Zack Greinke (7–2) Matt Harvey (7–6) J.P. Howell (1) Dodger Stadium (51,252) 41–41
83 July 5 @Dodgers 8–0 Steven Matz (2–0) Mike Bolsinger (4–3) Logan Verrett (1) Dodger Stadium (40,027) 42–41
84 July 6 @Giants 3–0 Jon Niese (4–8) Sergio Romo (0–4) Jeurys Familia (23) AT&T Park (42,247) 43–41
85 July 7 @Giants 0–3 Matt Cain (1–1) Bartolo Colón (9–7) Santiago Casilla (21) AT&T Park (42,164) 43–42
86 July 8 @Giants 4–1 Jacob deGrom (9–6) Jake Peavy (0–4) Jeurys Familia (24) AT&T Park (41,914) 44–42
87 July 10 Diamondbacks 4–2 Noah Syndergaard (4–4) Chase Anderson (4–3) Jeurys Familia (25) Citi Field (28,243) 45–42
88 July 11 Diamondbacks 4–2 Matt Harvey (8–6) Patrick Corbin (1–1) Jeurys Familia (26) Citi Field (36,038) 46–42
89 July 12 Diamondbacks 5–3 Jon Niese (5–8) Rubby De La Rosa (6–5) Jeurys Familia (27) Citi Field (28,259) 47–42
July 14 A.L. @ N.L. 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game Great American Ball Park
90 July 17 @Cardinals 2–3 Lance Lynn (7–5) Noah Syndergaard (4–5) Trevor Rosenthal (27) Busch Stadium (44,540) 47–43
91 July 18 @Cardinals 2–12 John Lackey (8–5) Bartolo Colón (9–8) Busch Stadium (45,852) 47–44
92 July 19 @Cardinals 3–1 (18) Carlos Torres (3–4) Carlos Martínez (10–4) Busch Stadium (43,194) 48–44
93 July 20 @Nationals 2–7 Gio González (7–4) Matt Harvey (8–7) Nationals Park (31,326) 48–45
94 July 21 @Nationals 7–2 Jacob DeGrom (10–6) Joe Ross (2–2) Nationals Park (37,721) 49–45
95 July 22 @Nationals 3–4 Matt Thornton (1–0) Bobby Parnell (1–1) Drew Storen (29) Nationals Park (41,291) 49–46
96 July 23 Dodgers 0–3 Clayton Kershaw (8–6) Bartolo Colón (9–9) Citi Field (34,222) 49–47
97 July 24 Dodgers 2–7 Ian Thomas (1–1) Jon Niese (5–9) Citi Field (36,066) 49–48
98 July 25 Dodgers 15–2 Matt Harvey (9–7) Zach Lee (0–1) Citi Field (39,744) 50–48
99 July 26 Dodgers 3–2 Jenrry Mejía (1–0) Juan Nicasio (1–3) Citi Field (36,093) 51–48
100 July 28 Padres 4–0 Noah Syndergaard (5–5) James Shields (8–4) Citi Field (26,034) 52–48
101 July 29 Padres 3–7 Tyson Ross (7–8) Bartolo Colón (9–10) Citi Field (24,804) 52–49
102 July 30 Padres 7–8 Marcos Mateo (1–0) Jeurys Familia (2–1) Craig Kimbrel (30) Citi Field (35,604) 52–50
103 July 31 Nationals 2–1 (12) Carlos Torres (4–4) Felipe Rivero (1–1) Citi Field (36,164) 53–50
August: 20–8 (Home: 8–5; Away: 12–3)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
104 August 1 Nationals 3–2 Hansel Robles (3–2) Matt Thornton (1–1) Jeurys Familia (28) Citi Field (42,996) 54–50
105 August 2 Nationals 5–2 Noah Syndergaard (6–5) Jordan Zimmermann (8–7) Tyler Clippard (18) Citi Field (35,374) 55–50
106 August 3 @Marlins 12–1 Bartolo Colón (10–10) Tom Koehler (8–8) Marlins Park (23,119) 56–50
107 August 4 @Marlins 5–1 Jon Niese (6–9) Mike Dunn (1–5) Marlins Park (23,882) 57–50
108 August 5 @Marlins 8–6 Matt Harvey (10–7) David Phelps (4–8) Jeurys Familia (29) Marlins Park (25,897) 58–50
109 August 7 @Rays 4–3 Tyler Clippard (2–3) Brad Boxberger (4–8) Jeurys Familia (30) Tropicana Field (23,145) 59–50
110 August 8 @Rays 4–5 Nathan Karns (7–5) Noah Syndergaard (6–6) Brad Boxberger (28) Tropicana Field (31,042) 59–51
111 August 9 @Rays 3–4 Xavier Cedeno (2–1) Bartolo Colón (10–11) Jake McGee (6) Tropicana Field (26,681) 59–52
112 August 10 Rockies 4–2 Jon Niese (7–9) Justin Miller (1–1) Jeurys Familia (31) Citi Field (27,194) 60–52
113 August 11 Rockies 4–0 Matt Harvey (11–7) Chris Rusin (3–5) Citi Field (25,611) 61–52
114 August 12 Rockies 3–0 Jacob deGrom (11–6) Jorge de la Rosa (7–5) Jeurys Familia (32) Citi Field (37,175) 62–52
115 August 13 Rockies 12–3 Noah Syndergaard (7–6) Eddie Butler (3–10) Citi Field (36,573) 63–52
116 August 14 Pirates 2–3 (10) Arquimedes Caminero (3–1) Bobby Parnell (1–2) Mark Melancon (36) Citi Field (38,495) 63–53
117 August 15 Pirates 3–5 (14) Joe Blanton (4–2) Sean Gilmartin (1–1) Mark Melancon (37) Citi Field (38,878) 63–54
118 August 16 Pirates 1–8 Arquimedes Caminero (4–1) Bobby Parnell (1–3) Citi Field (40,250) 63–55
119 August 18 @Orioles 5–3 Jacob deGrom (12–6) Kevin Gausman (2–5) Jeurys Familia (33) Oriole Park at Camden Yards (34,068) 64–55
120 August 19 @Orioles 4–5 Zach Britton (4–0) Carlos Torres (4–5) Oriole Park at Camden Yards (36,165) 64–56
121 August 21 @Rockies 14–9 Sean Gilmartin (2–1) Christian Friedrich (0–4) Coors Field (31,079) 65–56
122 August 22 @Rockies 14–9 Jon Niese (8–9) Chris Rusin (4–6) Coors Field (46,170) 66–56
123 August 23 @Rockies 5–1 Logan Verrett (1–1) David Hale (3–5) Coors Field (33,200) 67–56
124 August 24 @Phillies 16–7 Sean Gilmartin (3–1) Héctor Neris (2–1) Citizens Bank Park (23,744) 68–56
125 August 25 @Phillies 6–5 Noah Syndergaard (8–6) Jerome Williams (4–10) Jeurys Familia (34) Citizens Bank Park (23,544) 69–56
126 August 26 @Phillies 9–4 Bartolo Colón (11–11) Jerad Eickhoff (1–1) Tyler Clippard (19) Citizens Bank Park (22,184) 70–56
127 August 27 @Phillies 9–5 (13) Carlos Torres (5–5) Hectro Neris (2–2) Citizens Bank Park (22,526) 71–56
128 August 28 Red Sox 4–6 (10) Tommy Layne (1–1) Carlos Torres (5–6) Craig Breslow (1) Citi Field (39,401) 71–57
129 August 29 Red Sox 1–3 Joe Kelly (8–6) Jacob deGrom (12–7) Jean Machi (3) Citi Field (43,255) 71–58
130 August 30 Red Sox 5–4 Tyler Clippard (3–3) Robbie Ross, Jr. (0–2) Jeurys Familia (35) Citi Field (38,938) 72–58
131 August 31 Phillies 3–1 Bartolo Colón (12–11) Jared Eickhoff (1–2) Jeurys Familia (36) Citi Field (34,233) 73–58
September: 16–11 (Home: 4–7; Away: 12–4)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
132 September 1 Phillies 8–14 Jeanmar Gómez (2–3) Jon Niese (8–10) Citi Field (30,104) 73–59
133 September 2 Phillies 9–4 Matt Harvey (12–7) Aaron Nola (5–2) Citi Field (32,464) 74–59
134 September 4 @Marlins 5–6 (11) Brian Ellington (1–0) Erik Goeddel (0–1) Marlins Park (24,763) 74–60
135 September 5 @Marlins 7–0 Bartolo Colón (13–11) Brad Hand (4–5) Marlins Park (23,135) 75–60
136 September 6 @Marlins 3–4 A.J. Ramos (2–4) Tyler Clippard (3–4) Marlins Park (26,780) 75–61
137 September 7 @Nationals 8–5 Darío Álvarez (1–0) Blake Treinen (2–3) Jeurys Familia (37) Nationals Park (34,210) 76–61
138 September 8 @Nationals 8–7 Addison Reed (3–2) Jonathan Papelbon (3–2) Jeurys Familia (38) Nationals Park (27,507) 77–61
139 September 9 @Nationals 5–3 Jacob deGrom (13–7) Stephen Strasburg (8–7) Jeurys Familia (39) Nationals Park (27,530) 78–61
140 September 10 @Braves 7–2 Bartolo Colón (14–11) Shelby Miller (5–14) Turner Field (22,640) 79–61
141 September 11 @Braves 5–1 Steven Matz (3–0) Matt Wisler (5–7) Turner Field (23,216) 80–61
142 September 12 @Braves 6–4 Tyler Clippard (4–4) Arodys Vizcaíno (2–1) Jeurys Familia (40) Turner Field (27,380) 81–61
143 September 13 @Braves 10–7 (10) Bobby Parnell (2–3) Edwin Jackson (2–3) Addison Reed (4) Turner Field (23,786) 82–61
144 September 14 Marlins 4–3 Hansel Robles (4–2) Kyle Barraclough (2–1) Jeurys Familia (41) Citi Field (27,320) 83–61
145 September 15 Marlins 3–9 Tom Koehler (10–13) Jacob deGrom (13–8) Citi Field (25,633) 83–62
146 September 16 Marlins 0–6 Adam Conley (4–1) Bartolo Colón (14–12) Citi Field (25,161) 83–63
147 September 18 Yankees 5–1 Steven Matz (4–0) Masahiro Tanaka (12–7) Citi Field (43,602) 84–63
148 September 19 Yankees 0–5 Michael Pineda (11–8) Noah Syndergaard (8–7) Citi Field (43,630) 84–64
149 September 20 Yankees 2–11 CC Sabathia (5–9) Hansel Robles (4–3) Citi Field (43,571) 84–65
150 September 21 Braves 4–0 Jon Niese (9–10) Shelby Miller (5–16) Citi Field (26,362) 85–65
151 September 22 Braves 2–6 Matt Wisler (6–8) Logan Verrett (1–2) Citi Field (26,227) 85–66
152 September 23 Braves 3–6 Edwin Jackson (4–3) Jeurys Familia (2–2) Arodys Vizcaíno (7) Citi Field (28,931) 85–67
153 September 24 @Reds 6–4 Erik Goeddel (1–1) Manny Parra (1–2) Jeurys Familia (42) Great American Ball Park (18,881) 86–67
154 September 25 @Reds 12–5 Noah Syndergaard (9–7) Anthony DeSclafani (9–12) Great American Ball Park (26,780) 87–67
155 September 26 @Reds 10–2 Matt Harvey (13–7) Adam Lamb (1–4) Great American Ball Park (32,293) 88–67
156 September 27 @Reds 8–1 Jacob deGrom (14–8) Keyvius Sampson (2–6) Great American Ball Park (24,621) 89–67
157 September 29 @Phillies 3–4 Adam Loewen (1–0) Bartolo Colón (14–13) Ken Giles (14) Citizens Bank Park (15,227) 89-68
158 September 30 @Phillies 5–7 Ken Roberts (1–1) Bobby Parnell (2–4) Ken Giles (15) Citizens Bank Park (15,201) 89-69
October: 1–3 (Home: 1–2; Away: 0–1)
# Date Opponent Box Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Record
159 October 1 @Phillies 0–3 Jerad Eickhoff (3–3) Sean Gilmartin (3–2) Luis García (2) Citizens Bank Park (13,238) 89–70
October 2 Nationals Postponed (rain); rescheduled for October 3 Citi Field
160 October 3 Nationals 1–3 Rafael Martin (2–0) Addison Reed (3–3) Felipe Rivero (2) Citi Field (39,465) 89–71
161 October 3 Nationals 0–2 Max Scherzer (14–12) Matt Harvey (13–8) Citi Field (41,480) 89–72
162 October 4 Nationals 1–0 Tyler Clippard (5–4) Blake Treinen (2–5) Jeurys Familia (43) Citi Field (41,631) 90–72

Postseason

2015 New York Mets Postseason (8–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Series
1 October 9 @ Dodgers 3–1 Jacob deGrom (1–0) Clayton Kershaw (0–1) Jeurys Familia (1) Dodger Stadium (54,428) 1–0
2 October 10 @ Dodgers 2–5 Zack Greinke (1–0) Noah Syndergaard (0–1) Kenley Jansen (1) Dodger Stadium (54,455) 1–1
3 October 12 Dodgers 13–7 Matt Harvey (1–0) Brett Anderson (0–1) Citi Field (44,276) 2–1
4 October 13 Dodgers 1–3 Clayton Kershaw (1–1) Steven Matz (0–1) Kenley Jansen (2) Citi Field (44,183) 2–2
5 October 15 @ Dodgers 3–2 Jacob deGrom (2–0) Zack Greinke (1–1) Jeurys Familia (2) Dodger Stadium (54,602) 3–2
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Series
1 October 17 Cubs 4–2 Matt Harvey (2–0) Jon Lester (0–2) Jeurys Familia (3) Citi Field (44,287) 1–0
2 October 18 Cubs 4–1 Noah Syndergaard (1–1) Jake Arrieta (2–1) Jeurys Familia (4) Citi Field (44,502) 2–0
3 October 20 @ Cubs 5–2 Jacob deGrom (3–0) Trevor Cahill (1–1) Jeurys Familia (5) Wrigley Field (42,231) 3–0
4 October 21 @ Cubs 8–3 Bartolo Colón (1–0) Jason Hammel (0–1) Wrigley Field (42,227) 4–0
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location (Attendance) Series
1 October 27 @ Royals 4–5 (14) Chris Young (1–0) Bartolo Colón (0–1) Kauffman Stadium (40,320) 0–1
2 October 28 @ Royals 1–7 Johnny Cueto (1–0) Jacob deGrom (0–1) Kauffman Stadium (40,410) 0–2
3 October 30 Royals 9–3 Noah Syndergaard (1–0) Yordano Ventura (0–1) Citi Field (44,781) 1–2
4 October 31 Royals 3–5 Ryan Madson (1–0) Tyler Clippard (0–1) Wade Davis (1) Citi Field (44,815) 1–3
5 November 1 Royals 2–7 (12) Luke Hochevar (1-0) Addison Reed (0-1) Citi Field (44,859) 1–4

Roster

2015 New York Mets
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Regular season

Players bolded are presently on Mets active roster.
Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Base on balls; K = Strike Outs; AVG = Batting average

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG
Carlos Torres 56 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000
Sean Gilmartin 48 6 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .333
David Wright 38 152 24 44 7 0 5 17 2 22 36 .289
Yoenis Cespedes 57 230 39 66 14 4 17 44 4 14 54 .287
Steven Matz 6 14 1 4 1 0 0 5 0 0 1 .286
Daniel Murphy 130 499 56 140 38 2 14 73 2 31 38 .281
Michael Conforto 56 174 30 47 14 0 9 26 0 17 39 .270
Travis d'Arnaud 67 239 31 64 14 1 12 41 0 23 49 .268
Wilmer Flores 137 483 57 122 22 0 16 59 0 19 63 .263
Rubén Tejada 116 360 36 94 23 0 3 28 2 38 70 .259
Curtis Granderson 157 580 98 150 33 2 26 70 11 91 151 .259
Michael Cuddyer 117 379 44 98 18 1 10 41 2 24 88 .259
Juan Lagares 143 441 47 114 16 5 6 41 7 16 87 .259
Kelly Johnson 49 128 18 32 6 0 5 13 1 10 38 .250
Lucas Duda 135 471 67 115 33 0 27 73 0 66 138 .244
Kevin Plawecki 73 233 18 51 9 0 3 21 0 17 60 .219
Juan Uribe 44 128 17 28 9 0 6 20 0 14 34 .219
Dilson Herrera 31 90 7 19 3 1 3 6 2 11 23 .211
Noah Syndergaard 22 43 2 9 1 0 1 4 0 1 26 .209
Kirk Nieuwenhuis 64 107 17 22 9 0 4 13 2 8 40 .208
Darrell Ceciliani 39 68 5 14 2 0 1 3 5 4 25 .208
Eric Campbell 71 173 28 34 8 0 3 19 5 26 37 .197
Jacob deGrom 28 59 3 11 1 0 0 4 0 3 16 .186
Jon Niese 31 52 5 9 1 0 0 4 0 5 18 .173
Johnny Monell 27 48 5 8 2 0 0 4 0 4 13 .167
John Mayberry, Jr. 59 110 8 18 6 1 3 9 1 9 33 .164
Danny Muno 17 27 2 4 1 0 0 0 1 4 11 .148
Bartolo Colón 31 58 2 8 1 0 0 4 0 0 24 .138
Anthony Recker 32 80 6 10 1 0 2 5 1 11 35 .125
Matt Harvey 28 65 1 7 2 0 1 7 0 0 31 .108
Dillon Gee 8 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 .100
Eric Young, Jr. 18 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 .000
Logan Verrett 12 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Rafael Montero 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Tyler Clippard 29 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Erik Goeddel 33 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Alex Torres 37 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Postseason

Players bolded are presently on Mets active roster.
Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Base on balls; K = Strike Outs; AVG = Batting average

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG
Juan Lagares 7 11 5 5 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 .455
Daniel Murphy 8 33 9 12 1 0 6 9 1 1 6 .364
Curtis Granderson 8 28 3 9 2 0 0 7 3 5 4 .321
Yoenis Cespedes 8 33 5 9 1 0 2 7 1 0 10 .273
Wilmer Flores 7 20 2 5 2 0 0 0 0 2 6 .250
Travis d'Arnaud 8 30 4 6 0 0 2 5 0 0 12 .200
Kelly Johnson 5 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .200
David Wright 8 27 4 5 2 0 1 3 1 7 11 .185
Michael Cuddyer 4 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 .143
Lucas Duda 8 24 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 13 .125
Michael Conforto 6 13 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 .077
Jacob deGrom 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Rubén Tejada 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 .000
Noah Syndergaard 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Matt Harvey 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Jeurys Familia 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000
Steven Matz 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Pitching

Players bolded are currently on the Mets active roster.
Note: G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits; R = Runs; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts; ERA = Earned run average;

Player G GS W L SV IP H R ER BB K ERA
Jenrry Mejía 7 0 1 0 0 7.1 4 0 0 2 7 0.00
Jerry Blevins 7 0 1 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 0 4 0.00
Addison Reed 17 0 1 1 1 15.1 11 2 2 5 17 1.17
Jeurys Familia 76 0 2 2 43 78 59 16 16 19 86 1.85
Steven Matz 6 6 4 0 0 35.2 34 9 9 10 34 2.27
Jack Leathersich 17 0 0 0 0 11.2 12 3 3 0 1 2.31
Erik Goeddel 35 0 1 1 0 33.1 24 9 9 9 34 2.43
Jacob deGrom 30 30 14 8 0 191.0 149 59 54 38 205 2.54
Sean Gilmartin 50 1 3 2 0 57.1 50 17 17 18 54 2.67
Matt Harvey 29 29 13 8 0 189.1 156 62 57 37 188 2.71
Logan Verrett 14 4 1 1 1 38.2 23 13 13 11 36 3.03
Tyler Clippard 32 0 4 1 2 32.1 24 13 11 10 26 3.06
Alex Torres 39 0 0 0 1 39.0 26 16 12 26 35 3.15
Noah Syndergaard 24 24 9 7 0 150.0 126 60 54 31 166 3.24
Hansel Robles 57 0 4 3 0 54.0 37 27 22 18 61 3.67
Jon Niese 33 29 9 10 0 176.2 192 93 81 55 113 4.13
Bartolo Colón 33 31 14 13 0 194.2 217 94 90 24 136 4.16
Rafael Montero 5 1 0 1 0 10.0 9 6 5 5 13 4.50
Carlos Torres 59 0 5 6 0 57.2 61 32 30 18 48 4.68
Buddy Carlyle 11 0 1 0 1 8.0 8 5 5 0 6 5.63
Dillon Gee 8 7 0 3 0 39.2 55 29 26 11 25 5.90
Bobby Parnell 30 0 2 4 1 24.0 30 20 17 17 13 6.38
Tim Stauffer 5 0 0 0 0 5.2 8 5 5 2 8 7.94
Darío Álvarez 6 0 1 0 0 3.2 5 5 5 1 2 12.27
Eric O'Flaherty 16 0 0 0 0 8.2 18 13 13 5 6 13.50
Akeel Morris 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 3 5 5 3 0 67.50

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Las Vegas 51s Pacific Coast League Wally Backman
AA Binghamton Rumble Ponies Eastern League Pedro López
A-Advanced St. Lucie Mets Florida State League Luis Rojas
A Savannah Sand Gnats South Atlantic League José Leger
A-Short Season Brooklyn Cyclones New York–Penn League Tom Gamboa
Rookie Kingsport Mets Appalachian League Luis Rivera
Rookie GCL Mets Gulf Coast League José Carreño
Rookie DSL Mets 1 & 2 Dominican Summer League Manny Martínez
David Davalillo

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