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METS SINGLE GAME RECORDS
Club Records -- Batting Opponent Date
Most At-Bats, Game -- 89 vs. St. Louis Sept. 11, 1974
(25 innings)
Most At-Bats,
Nine-inning Game -- 48
at Pittsburgh April 17, 1976
Most Runs, Innning -- 11 at Chicago July 16, 2006 (sixth inning)
Most Runs, Game -- 23 at Chicago Aug. 16, 1987
Most Runs, Two
Consecutive Games -- 34
at Chicago June 12-13, 1990
(won, 19-8 & 15-10)
Most Runs, Doubleheader -- 24 at Chicago June 13, 1990
(won, 15-10 & 9-6)
Most Hits, Nine innings -- 23 (Twice) at Chicago
at Colorado
May 26, 1964
April 29, 2000
Most Hits, Extra innings -- 28 at Atlanta July 4, 1985 (19 innings)
Most Doubles -- 10 at Montreal Sept. 27, 2001
Most Triples -- 4 (Twice) vs. San Diego
vs. Chicago
July 6, 1979 (12 innings)
May 23, 1970
Most Consecutive
Home Runs -- 3 (seven times)
vs. Philadelphia, third inning
(Strawberry, McReynolds, Hernandez)
at Cincinnati, fifth inning
(Teufel, Hernandez, Strawberry)
at Atlanta, third inning
(Carter, Strawberry, Mitchell)
at San Diego, fifth inning
(Theodore, Staub, Jones)
at Montreal, eighth inning
(Marshall, Foy, Grote)
vs. Philadelphia, sixth inning
(Thomas, Neal, Hodges)
vs. Philadelphia, sixth inning
(Delgado, Wright, Lo Duca)
April 17, 1989

May 1, 1988

July 27, 1986

July 20, 1974

May 18, 1970

April 28, 1962

June 7, 2007
Most Home Runs -- 7 at Philadelphia
(Reyes-2, Diaz 2, Mientkiewicz,
Piazza, Wright
April 19, 2005
Consecutive Games with
a Home Run -- 21
-- July 16-Aug. 5, 1996
Consecutive Games without
a Home Run -- 17
-- Aug. 27-Sept. 12, 1980
Most Extra-base Hits -- 13 at Arizona Aug. 24, 2005
Most Total Bases -- 44 at Arizona Aug. 24, 2005
Most Sacrifice Hits -- 5 (Twice) at Colorado (14 innings)
vs. Pittsburgh (16 innings)
April 26, 1995
Most Sacrifice Hits
(9 innings) -- 4 (twice)
vs. San Diego
at Atlanta
May 2, 2004
July 20, 2003
Most Sacrifice Flies -- 4 (Three times) at Yankees
vs. Philadelphia
at San Francisco
June 24, 2005
Sept. 23, 1972
July 26, 1967
Most Hit-by-Pitches -- 3
(21 times)
(last) at Pittsburgh Sept. 15, 2006
Most Left On Base (9 innings) -- 16 at Florida July 25, 2001
Most Left On Base
(extra innings) -- 25
vs. St. Louis (25 innings) Sept. 11, 1974
Most Stolen Bases -- 6
(three times)
vs. Philadelphia
(Herr, Johnson, Jeffries,
Coleman 2, Boston)
at Chicago
(Brooks 2, Jorgensen,
Backman, Stearns, Bailor)
at Philadelphia
(Harkness 3, D. Smith 2, Sherry)
April 10, 1991


Aug. 4, 1982


Sept. 9, 1963
Most Walks -- 16 at Los Angeles June 29, 1962
Most Strikeouts -- 22 vs. San Francisco (23 innings) May 31, 1964
Most Strikeouts (9 innings) -- 19 at St. Louis Sept. 15, 1969
Shutout Both Games
of Doubleheader -- 1
at Pittsburgh (1-0 & 1-0) Sept. 12, 1969
Most Consecutive Games w/o
being Shutout -- 110
-- Sept. 12, 1985-July 17, 1986
Most Ground Into
Double Plays -- 5 (six times)
(last) at Milwaukee Aug. 6, 2002
Individual Records -- Batting Player(s) Opponent Date
Most At-Bats -- 11 Dave Schneck
(25 innings)
-- Sept. 11, 1974
Most Runs Scored -- 6 Edgardo Alfonzo at Houston Aug. 30, 1999
Most Hits -- 6 Edgardo Alfonzo at Houston Aug. 30, 1999
Most Doubles -- 3 (20 times) (last) Nick Evans at Colorado May 24, 2008
Most Triples -- 3 Doug Flynn at Montreal Aug. 5, 1980
Most Home Runs -- 3 (seven times) Jose Reyes
Edgardo Alfonzo
Gary Carter
Darryl Strawberry
Claudell Washington
Dave Kingman
Jim Hickman
at Philadelphia
at Houston
at San Diego
at Chicago
at Los Angeles
at Los Angeles
at St. Louis
Aug. 15, 2006
Aug. 30, 1999
Sept. 3, 1985
Aug. 5, 1985
June 22, 1980
June 4, 1976
Sept. 3, 1965
Most Home Runs Game,
Each Side of Plate -- 16
(last) Jose Reyes at Philadelphia Aug. 15, 2006
Most Home Runs Game,
Pitcher -- 2
Walt Terrell at Chicago Aug. 6, 1983
Most Home Runs Two
Consecutive Games -- 5
Gary Carter -- Sept. 3-4, 1985
Most Home Runs Three
Consecutive Games -- 6
Frank Thomas -- Aug. 1-3, 1962
Home Run, First Major
League At-Bat -- Four times
Mike Jacobs
Kazuo Matsui
Mike Fitzgerald
Benny Ayala
vs. Washington
at Atlanta
at Philadelphia
vs. Houston
Aug. 31, 2005
Apr. 6, 2004
Sept. 13, 1983
Aug. 27, 1974
Most Home Runs in
a Month -- 13 (Twice)
Gary Carter
Dave Kingman
-- Sept., 1985
July, 1975
Most Home Runs
Consecutive Games -- 5
Richard Hildago -- July 1-5, 2004
Most Grand Slams
by a Pitcher -- 1 (Twice)
Jack Hamilton
Carl Wiley
vs. St. Louis (off Al Jackson)
vs. Houston (off Ken Johnson)
May 20, 1967
July 15, 1963
Most RBIs -- 9 Carlos Delgado vs. Yankees June 27, 2008
Most Consecutive Games
w/RBI -- 15
Mike Piazza -- June 14-July 2, 2000
Most Total Bases -- 16
(3 Home Run, 2B, 2 1Bs)
Edgardo Alfonzo vs. Houston Aug. 30, 1999
Most Stolen Bases -- 4
(Three times)
Roger Cedeño
Vince Coleman
Vince Coleman
at Philadelphia
vs. St. Louis
at St. Louis
May 14, 1999
June 23, 1993
June 26, 1992
Most Sacrifice Hits -- 3 Sid Fernandez vs. Houston July 24, 1987 (Game 1)
Most Sacrifice Flies -- 2
(Many times)
(last) Paul Lo Duca vs. Washington September 19, 2007
Most Strikeouts -- 5 (Four times) Ryan Thompson
Dave Kingman
Frank Taveras
Ron Swoboda
vs. St. Louis
vs. Houston
vs. San Diego
vs. St. Louis (Game 1)
Sept. 29, 1993
May 28, 1982
May 1, 1979
June 22, 1969
Most Walks -- 5 Vince Coleman vs. Pittsburgh Aug. 10, 1992
(16 innings)
Most Intentional Walks -- 3 Todd Hundley at Pittsburgh June 28, 1997
Most Grounded Into
Double Plays -- 4
Joe Torre vs. Houston July 21, 1975
Club Records -- Pitching Opponent Date
Most Runs Allowed, inning -- 11 (four times) at St. Louis (eighth inning)
vs. Houston (ninth inning, Game 1
at San Diego (sixth inning)
at Atlanta
July 18, 1964
July 30, 1969
April 1, 1997
April 7, 2004
Most Earned Runs -- 24 at Philadelphia June 11, 1985
Most Hits Allowed -- 27 at Philadelphia June 11, 1985
Most Home Runs Allowed -- 7 (Twice) at Chicago
at Philadelphia
June 11, 1967
Sept. 8, 1998
Most Walks Allowed -- 12 (Twice) (last) vs. Chicago March 31, 2003
Most Walks Allowed, Extra-innings -- 14 at Philadelphia (13 innings) April 12, 1986
Most Strikeouts -- 19 (Twice) at Philadelphia
vs. San Diego
Oct. 6, 1991
April 22, 1970
Most Pitchers Used -- 8 (Six times) at Washington
at Florida
Sept. 17, 2008
Sept. 26, 2008
Most Pitchers Used, Extra-innings --
8 (Three times)
vs. Philadelphia (16 innings)
vs. Philadelphia (13 innings)
at Houston (24 innings)
May 23, 2006
Sept. 11, 2004
April 15, 1968
Individual Records -- Pitching Player(s) Opponent Date
Most innings Pitched -- 15 (Twice) Rod Gardner
Al Jackson
vs. Philadelphia
vs. Philadelphia
Oct. 2, 1965
Aug. 14, 1962
Most innings Pitched Without Allowing a Run -- 31 2/3 Jerry Koosman -- Aug. 19-Sept. 7, 1973
Most innings Pitched Without Allowing a Walk -- 47 2/3 Bret Saberhagen -- May 10-June 13, 1994
Most Consecutive
Batters Retired -- 25
Tom Seaver vs. Chicago July 9, 1969
Fewest Hits Allowed -- 1 (23 times) Aaron Heilman
(last)
vs. Florida April 15, 2005
Most Runs Allowed -- 11 (Twice) Orlando Hernandez
(last)
-- Aug. 15, 2006
Most Home Runs Allowed, Consecutive innings -- 3 Pete Harnisch at San Diego April 1, 1997
John Maine at Los Angeles, second inning (Betemit/Kemp/Kuo) June 12, 2007
Most Home Runs
Allowed, inning -- 4
Steve Trachsel vs. San Diego (Arias, Henderson, Klesko, Trammell) May 17, 2001
Most Home Runs Allowed -- 5 Roger Craig -- May 4, 1963
Most Strikeouts, inning -- 4 (Twice) Mike Stanton
Derek Wallace
at Milwaukee
vs. Atlanta
Aug. 3, 2004
Sept. 13, 1996
Most Strikeouts, Game -- 19 (Twice) David Cone
Tom Seaver
at Philadelphia
vs. San Diego
Oct. 6, 1991
April 22, 1970
Most Strikeouts, Game,
Left-hander -- 16
Sid Fernandez at Atlanta July 14, 1989
Most Strikeouts, Game,
Rookie -- 16 (Twice)
Dwight Gooden
Dwight Gooden
at Philadelphia
vs. Philadelphia
Sept. 17, 1984
Sept. 12, 1984
Most Strikeouts, Game,
Left-handed Rookie -- 12
Jerry Koosman vs. St. Louis July 21, 1968
Most Consecutive Strikeouts -- 10 Tom Seaver vs. San Diego April 22, 1970
Most Consecutive Strikeouts
to Start a Game -- 6
Pete Falcone vs. Philadelphia May 1, 1980
Most Strikeouts,
Two Consecutive Games -- 32
Dwight Gooden -- Sept. 12 and 17, 1984
Most Walks -- 10 Mike Torrez at Cincinnati July 21, 1983