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.
From 1962 through the 2009 season the New York Mets have a win-loss record of 3,655 - 3,981
The Mets regular season record in 2006 was 97-65.
The New York Mets won their first game in franchise history on April 23, 1962 in Pittsburgh by the score of 9-1. The win gave them a win loss record of 1-9.
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 2012 season, the Mets franchise win loss record is 3,885 - 4,237.
The 2009 New York Mets had a win-loss record of 70-92, and finished in 4th place in the National League East.
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
83-66. They were in first place by .5 games
The former New York Mets pitcher Ron Darling was born in August 19, 1960. He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and is currently 52 years old. He has a 136 to 116 win loss record, and played for the New York Mets from 1983 to 1991.
From 1962 through the 2017 season, the San Francisco Giants have a 324-to-280 regular-season edge over the New York Mets. During the 2000 season, the Mets -- on their way to the World Series -- eliminated the Giants during a postseason series. On October 5, 2016, the Giants defeated the Mets, 3-0, in a one-game National League Wild Card Game.
The New York Mets played 162 regular season games in 1969, and had a win-loss record of 100-62.
Through the games played on August 4, 2007, the Mets all time franchise record is 3470-3790.
The 2009 New York Yankees win-loss record was 103 - 59.
The New York Yankees win/loss record for the 2009 season was 103-59.
As it changes after every game, the best way to keep up with the Mets and all other teams won-loss record is to check the standings in most daily newspapers, or log on to MLB.com for the records. The Mets wound up the 2007 season at 88-74, one game behind the NL East champion Phillies and one game behind in the wild card race.
32-18. Tom Seaver has the most Opening day starts with 11 and a record of 6-0. The most Opening Day wins is 7 for Dwight Gooden (and 1 loss).
All MLB teams all time records are available on line at MLB.com and click on the teams of which you are interested.
As of August 10th, 2008, the New York Mets are 65-51 (.560) on Sunday home games since 2000. This number includes playoff games (2-0)
According to baseball-reference.com, through the games of September 4, 2007 the Mets all time record is 3486-3802 and playoff record is 43-31.
In 2006, the Mets went 97-65, tying the Yankees for the best record in baseball. They then went 6-4 in the postseason, good enough to go home after a devastating game 7 loss in the NLCS.
In 1962 the Mets lost 17 in a row during their 120 loss inaugural year. The streak started on May 21 against the Astros and lasted until June 6 against the Philies (they beat the Cubs on June 8th 4-3)
The Yankees record in 1999 was 98-64.