September 28

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1965: The Mets defeat the Pirates, 1-0, in 12 innings at Shea Stadium. Ron Hunt's single scores Joe Christopher with the winning run.

1966: The Mets and Cubs split a doubleheader at Shea Stadium. Chicago wins the opener, 4-1, and the Mets take the second game, 1-0.

1968: Jerry Koosman pitches a three-hitter for his 19th win of the season in a 3-1 Mets victory over the Phillies at Shea Stadium.

1969: The Mets defeat the Phillies, 2-0, to complete a three-game series sweep (all by shutout) at Philadelphia.

1970: Donn Clendenon and Wayne Garrett hit home runs in the ninth and tenth innings, respectively, to give the Mets a 6-3 win over the Cubs at Shea Stadium.

1975: Skip Lockwood strikes out six batters in four innings of perfect relief for a save in a 5-4 Mets win over the Phillies at Philadelphia.

1976: The Mets and Expos split a doubleheader at Shea Stadium. In the opener, Ed Kranepool singles home the winning run in the ninth inning for a 5-4 Mets victory. Montreal takes the nightcap, 4-2.

1979: The Mets sweep a doubleheader with 6-2 and 7-6 (in 11 innings) wins over the Cardinals at St. Louis.

1980: Mike Scott pitches his first major league shutout in an 8-0 Mets win over the Cardinals at Shea Stadium.

1982: Rusty Staub hits a run-scoring single in the 10th inning for a 3-2 Mets win over the Pirates at Shea Stadium.

1986: Darryl Strawberry hits a three-run homer in the 11th inning for a 4-1 Mets win over the Pirates at Pittsburgh.

1987: Three Mets pitchers team up for a shutout in a 1-0 win over the Phillies at Philadelphia.

1993: The Mets begin a season-closing six-game winning streak with a 6-1 triumph over the Cardinals at Shea Stadium.

2008: The Mets lose to the Marlins, 4-2, in the last game ever at Shea Stadium. The loss eliminates the Mets from the National League Wild Card race.

2010: Ruben Tejada hits a two-run double in the ninth inning for a 4-3 Mets win over the Brewers at Citi Field.

2011: Miguel Batista pitches a two-hit shutout in a season-closing 3-0 Mets win over the Reds at Citi Field. Jose Reyes becomes the Mets' first ever National League batting champion with a .337 average.

2014: The Mets defeat the Astros, 8-3, in the season finale at Citi Field. Lucas Duda hits his 30th home run of the year and Bobby Abreu singles in his last major league at-bat.