Moises Alou has the Mets longest hitting streak, 30 games, from August 31 through September 27 in 2007. Alou was 41 years old during his streak, and it is the longest hitting streak of anybody over 40. The streak was somewhat overshadowed by the Mets historic collapse. The previous Mets record was set the same year by David Wright. Most Met fans were happy to have that streak broken, as the streak was something of a black-eye: it occured at a time when Wright's other numbers were down, it spanned 2 seasons, and it jumped over the postseason in which Wright did have hitless games and generally failed to help the team. (Though Wright recovered and was arguably the NL's best player from mid-May through the end of the season). spanned 2 seasons, and ignored Wright's hitless games during his poor 2006 postseason.
Alou tied Hubie Brooks for the Mets' longest consecutive game hitting streak at 30 games.
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I attended a Mets game against the Houston Colt 45s in the Polo Grounds in 1963 that ended a 17 game loosing streak, which was the longest up to that time. I can't imagine they've exceeded that.
In 2010 the Mets went 79-83 to finish 18 games back in 4th place. They had an 8 game winning streak from April 22nd to 30th and June 10th to 18th. Their longest losing streak was 6 from September 17th to 24th
11 wins in a rowThe New York Mets' longest winning streak is 11 games, which they have accomplished four separate times: 1969, 11 games1972, 11 games1986, 11 games1990, 11 games
The longest game in New York Mets history was on April 15, 1968 when the Mets were shutout the Houston Astros, 1-0, in 24 innings.
5 games in 1985, two against the Cardinals and three against the Reds.
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)
On April 15, 1968, the Houston Astros defeated the Mets 1-0 in a 24-inning game at the Houston Astrodome. The 6-hour, 6-min. contest, which ended with the Astros' Bob Aspromonte hitting a grounder through the legs of Mets shortstop Al Weis in the bottom of the 24th, remains the longest shutout game in Major League history.
The longest game in Houston Astros history was on April 15, 1968 when the Astros shutout the New York Mets 1-0 in 24 innings.
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the mets with 10 but i think the Yankees will beat it with their streak coming out of the all star break in nyc they are currently at 8 working on 9 vs Boston who the beat last night and the night before
9 games as of 7/14/08
The longest scoreless game in MLB history was on April 15, 1968 when the Mets and Astros went 23 scoreless innings. The Astros won the game 1-0 in the 24th inning
The longest Mets' game in both time and innings was played against the Houston Astros on July 7. The game lasted 17 innings and 5 hours and 9 minutes with the Mets winning 5-3.
Between 1992 and 1993, Anthony Young of the New York Mets lost 26 consecutive decisions. His ERA was actually a respectable 3.86 during that span which further defies the odds.
8 hours and 6 minutes!
The loges mets game was 21 innings long and against the st. louis cardinals
September 11, 1974- 25 innings, 7 hours 4 minutes against the St. Louis Cardinals (Mets lost 4-3) (longest game to a decision without suspension in MLB history) April 15, 1968- 24 innings, 6 hour 6 minutes against the Houston Astros (Mets lost 1-0) (longest shutout game in MLB history) May 31, 1964- Game one 9 innings, Game two 23 innings, total of 32 innings 9 hours 52 minutes against the San Francisco Giants (Mets lost both games 5-3 and 8-6) (longest doubleheader in MLB history) (Ed Kranepool played all 32 innings, this was the day he was called up to the team after playing in both games of a doubleheader the day before in AAA)
Longest extra inning game without a run was 23-1/2 innings when the New York Mets and the Houston Astros met on April 15, 1968. Mets-Astros, April 15, 1968. 0-0 through 23 innings, the Astros won 1-0 bottom of 24th with 1 out.
Carlos Delgado is a power hitting first baseman for the Mets. He spent most of his career with the Blue Jays, then moving to the Marlins before being traded to the Mets.
Probably Daniel Murphy, though the Mets are likely going to look for a power hitting first baseman-outfielder to compete for time at that position.
The longest game in Cardinals history was played on September 11, 1974 against the New York Mets. The game went 25 innings and lasted 7 hours and 4 minutes. The Cardinals won 4-3.
The Mets overcame an 8 run deficit in 1972 to beat Houston