September 26

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1969: Jerry Koosman pitches a four-hit shutout in a 5-0 Mets win over the Phillies at Philadelphia.

1971: Tom Seaver pitches a complete game one-hitter in the Mets' 3-1 win over the Pirates.

1975: The Mets and Phillies split a pair of 12-inning games in a doubleheader in Philadelphia. The Phils win the opener, 4-3, and the Mets take the nightcap, 3-2.

1976: Jerry Koosman wins his 21st game of the season in a 2-1 Mets victory over the Cubs at Shea Stadium.

1979: Richie Hebner hits a two-run homer and a two-run double in an 8-3 Mets win over the Cubs at Chicago.

1982: The Mets score three runs in the seventh inning for a 6-4 comeback win over the Phillies at Shea Stadium.

1985: Dwight Gooden sets a new Mets record with his eighth shutout of the season in a 3-0 win over the Cubs at Chicago.

1989: Sid Fernandez pitches a three-hit shutout and hits a run-scoring double in a 3-0 Mets win over the Phillies at Shea Stadium.

1992: The Mets lose to the Pirates, 19-2, at Pittsburgh. Infielder Bill Pecota pitches the eighth inning to become the first non-pitcher ever to take the mound for the Mets. For the Pirates, the win clinches a tie for the National League East Division title.

1993: Jeff Kent drives in five runs with a grand slam and a double in a 9-3 Mets win over the Expos at Shea Stadium.

2007: Philip Humber makes his only start as a Met. He gets a no-decision in the Mets' 9-6 loss to the Washington Nationals.

2010: The Mets defeat the Phillies, 7-3, at Philadelphia. Nick Evans hits a two-run double and Carlos Beltran homers twice. The win delays the Phils' clinching of the National League East Division title.

2012: Jeremy Hefner pitches three-hit ball over seven innings in a 6-0 Mets win over the Pirates at Citi Field.

2015: The Mets clinch the National League East Division championship with a 10-2 win over the Reds at Cincinnati.