September 29

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1962: The Mets win their 40th game of the season with a 2-1 triumph over the Cubs at Chicago. Bob L. Miller pitches a complete game for his only win of the year.

1970: Jerry Koosman pitches a complete game in a 3-1 Mets win over the Cubs at Shea Stadium. In the first inning, Donn Clendenon hits a two-run double to bring his RBI total for the season to 97 - a Mets record that stood for five years.

1972: Tom Seaver wins his 20th game of the season with a two-hit shutout for a 1-0 Mets victory at Pittsburgh. Tom strikes out 13 Pirate batters in the game. Tommie Agee drives in the Mets' run with a ninth-inning single. It is Tommie's last RBI as a Met.

1979: Lee Mazzilli and Dan Norman each hit three-run homers in an 8-7 Mets win over the Cardinals at St. Louis.

1980: Joel Youngblood hits a two-run homer in the 10th inning to pull out a 5-4 Mets win over the Pirates at Shea Stadium.

1981: The Mets defeat the Phillies, 7-0, in Philadelphia. Pete Falcone pitches a four-hit shutout and hits his only major league home run. Falcone also has a two-run single in the game.

1984: The Mets defeat the Expos, 8-4, at Montreal. It is the team's 90th win of the season.

1985: Howard Johnson and Gary Carter hit homers in the ninth and tenth innings, respectively, to give the Mets a 9-7 win over the Pirates at Pittsburgh.

1989: Frank Viola and David Cone pitch complete games in 6-2 and 7-0 Mets wins over the Pirates in a doubleheader at Pittsburgh.

1993: Jeff Kent hits a double to score Eddie Murray in the seventeenth inning to give the Mets a 1-0 win over the Cardinals. Kenny Greer gets the win in his only game as a Met.

1999: The Mets end a seven-game losing streak with a 9-2 win over the Braves at Shea Stadium. In a seven-run fourth inning, the Mets get eight singles and a grand slam by John Olerud.

2000: The Mets score ten runs in the first two innings and defeat the Expos, 11-2, at Shea Stadium.

2002: The Mets conclude the season with a 6-1 win over the Braves at Shea Stadium.

2005: Tom Glavine pitches a two-hit shutout as the Mets defeat the Rockies, 11-0, at Shea Stadium. In the game, Mike Piazza hits his last home run as a member of the Mets.

2007: John Maine strikes out 14 batters and pitches seven and two-thirds innings of no-hit ball in the Mets win over the Marlins. The game lifts the Mets back into a tie with the Phillies for first place in the NL East.

2010: Mike Nickeas gets his first two Major League hits against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citi Field.

2013: The Mets close out the season with a 3-2 win over the Brewers at Citi Field. Before the game, Mike Piazza is inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame.