1964: Willard Hunter retires twelve consecutive batters for his first major league save in an 8-6 Mets win over the Colt .45s at Houston.
1965: Ed Kranepool hits a two-run homer and Ron Swoboda triples to drive in two runs in a 5-1 Mets win over the Reds at Shea Stadium.
1967: The Mets score three runs in the seventh and eighth innings for a 6-4 win over the Cardinals at Shea Stadium.
1972: Jerry Koosman pitches a shutout and Dave Marshall drives in two runs in a 2-0 Mets win over the Expos at Montreal.
1976: Jon Matlack pitches a five-hit shutout and John Milner hits a grand slam in a 13-0 Mets win over the Cardinals at Shea Stadium.
1982: Mike Scott records the win in a 2-1 Mets victory over the Expos at Montreal. Scott doubles twice and scores a run in the game.
1984: The Mets sweep a doubleheader with 2-1 and 3-2 wins over the Braves at Shea Stadium.
1990: The Mets score a run in the ninth inning for a 3-2 win over the Reds at Shea Stadium.
1992: The Mets end a three-game losing streak with a 6-4 win over the Cubs in 12 innings at Wrigley Field.
1994: The Mets collect ten hits in a 10-7 win over the Padres at San Diego.
2000: Al Leiter strikes out twelve batters in seven innings pitched in a 9-1 Mets win over the Braves at Shea Stadium.
2003: Tony Clark singles home the winning run in the ninth inning for a 7-6 Mets win over the Expos at Shea Stadium.
2005: Chris Woodward singles to drive in the winning run in the eighth inning in a 7-6 Mets victory over the Marlins at Shea Stadium.
2006: The Mets score five runs in the fourth inning and defeat the Yankees, 8-3.
2009: Mike Pelfrey pitches seven and two-thirds innings of shutout ball to get the win as the Mets beat the Brewers, 1-0. With the Reds and Dodgers also winning by the same score, it is the first time since September 1, 1976, that three National League teams win by 1-0 scores on the same day. The win also ends the Mets' five-game losing streak.
2013: Andrew Brown hits a two-run single in the 13th inning for a 5-4 Mets win over the Diamondbacks at Citi Field.