Transactions: Willie Mays announced his retirement on October 24, 1973.
WELCOME TO THE ULTIMATE METS DATABASE
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But now, at last, we have them all here in one place. It's a full set of
celebrating the players of the 21st Century using the style of the
classic Topps trading cards of the 1970s.
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You've found the place where
Mets fans go to settle arguments or simply pass time learning more
about their favorite team.
While here, you can view each player's career statistics; see final
batting and pitching results from every season the Mets have played;
view thousands of box scores; see how various opposing player have
performed against the Mets; share your memories of Mets players,
managers, coaches, front office staff and broadcasters; and much more!
Whether a player has played in only one game or stuck around for 17 years,
you'll find him here. But statistics from games that he's played
for other teams will not be included. Therefore, you'll see
Willie Mays as a lifetime .238 hitter, with only 14 home runs.
And only a fraction of Nolan Ryan's 27-year career is represented here.
Warren Spahn's stats are overshadowed by those of Pat Zachry.
We also have a gallery of player photos, and an entertaining variety of
fan memories submitted by our readers. It's all part of our ever-growing
collection of Mets statistics and lore. If you're a first time visitor,
and a Mets fan, you're sure to find something of interest to you. And if
you're a repeat visitor, please continue to explore our site. You just may
find something you haven't seen before.