108 in the 1986 season
Mike Piazza, and David Wright hold the Mets record for most RBIs in a single season with 124. Piazza did it in 1999, and Wright did it in 2008.
As of the 2008 season, that is 200 home runs that the Mets hit in the 2006 season. Carlos Beltran led the team that year with 41, Carlos Delgado hit 38.
The club record is 1.69 accomplished by Nolan Ryan in the 1981 season.
Nantes is the Ligue 1 club that has had the longest unbeaten record in one season.
Marseille is the French league club that holds the record for the best defense in a season having conceded 21 goals in the 1991/1992 season.
The Mets' 108-win total from 1986 was a club record, not an MLB record. Since then, that win total has been surpassed by the New York Yankees (114 in 1998), and the Seattle Mariners (116 in 2001). The closest the Mets have come is 100 wins in 1988.
The Mets' most wins in the regular season is 108 (with 54 losses), in 1986. Including the postseason the Mets won 116 that year, which at the time stood as the highest total since the 1906 Cubs. This accomplishment is somewhat misleading (and therefore widely ignored). Before 1969 there was no League Championship Series, and in 1975 (when the Reds won 108 regular season games, the LCS, and the World Series) the LCS was a best of 5 series. The 1998 Yankees, with the benefit of 3 postseason rounds, managed a remarkable 125-50 record including the postseason. They went 114-48 in the regular season and 11-2 in the postseason.
I want too know because my football club (charlton) has made 23 signings this season and would be nice to know the record amount of signings to see if we are anywhere near?
Dave Stoller of the Frozen Lakers has the current record for goals in a season for Mens Club League C-2 at Big Bear Ice with 5.