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The Mets would loss 100+ games in five of their first six seasons, but fans didn’t seem to mind losing. Most were just excited to have a National League franchise back in New York.


The Mets entered the new decade with a great sense of hope and promise. The franchise had just won its first World Series title and the roster was filled with young, talented players.


The New York Mets were a team highs and lows in the 80’s. After winning a World Series title in 1986, the franchise seemingly destined for long-term success, failed to get back to the top


From the “Worst Team Money Can Buy” to Valentine’s Day and Grand Slam singles the Mets of the 90’s were exhilarating to watch. By the end of the decade, the team was in position to win again.


The New York Mets started the decade with an exciting post season run, culminating with a Subway Series. The Mets returned to the post season in 2006, followed by two near misses in 2007 and 2008.


Under the direction of Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins, the New York Mets returned to the World Series in 2015 against the Kansas City Royals and a Wild Card appearance vs. S.F. Giants (2016).