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As of the 2009 season, the New York Mets have an all time team record of 3,655 wins, and 3,981 losses.
Through the games played on August 4, 2007, the Mets all time franchise record is 3470-3790.
The Mets have a 255-310-1 record versus the Dodgers in the regular season. They have a 3-4 record in the postseason. The Mets best season versus the Dodgers was 10-1 in 1988 and their worst was 2-16 in 1963 and 1962
Through the 2012 season, the Mets franchise win loss record is 3,885 - 4,237.
The 1963 New York Mets lost 64 games - their road record was 17-64, worst ever since the advent of the 162 games schedule. The 2010 Pirates tied the '63 Mets with a 17-64 mark. The Mets from 1962 to 1964 have the worst three year stretch of all time. In '62 mets had a 18-62 Record, '63 mets were 17-64, and the '64 mets were 20-61.
The all time record between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets is 54-36 in favor of the Yankees. This is the record from 1901-2012. Sports Media 101 sportsmedia101.com
1962 was the first year for the New York Mets, the National League expansion team that Major League Baseball created to replace the Giants and Dodgers that had moved to California. In 1962, the Mets, led by manager Casey Stengel, had a record of 40-120, an all time record for futility. By the way, the Houston Colt '45s, later re-named the Astros, also joined the National League that year as the other expansion team. Their record was 64-96 and finished 8th in the 10 team league, ahead of the Chicago Cubs and the Mets.
1,856 wins, 1,709 losses and five ties. courtesy metsilverman.com
The all time National League record for losses in a season was set in 1899 by the Cleveland Spiders whose record was 20-134. The modern day record was set in 1962 by the New York Mets at 40-120.
The 1962 New York Mets set the all time record for futility with 120 losses.
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