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Fred Wilpon

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Omar Minaya


Jerry Manuel




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The Mets began the year on a hot note to make it to the World Series after a bad 2009 season with all kinds of player problems. It was the team's 49th season.

On Opening Day which began on April 5 the Mets won against the Florida Marlins to a score of 7-1 as they began the season at first place with a record of 1-0. But as the Mets began hot the road began as a new problem for the Mets. They struggled as a team without getting some big hits and great pitching. But since then the Mets were like the 1987 Minnesota Twins who had a bad record on the road and a great record at home. As though the Twins won the 1987 World Series.

The Mets introduced a new version of their original home uniform for the season, to be used as an alternate uniform. The cream color and blue pinstripes of the new uniform are based on the original Mets uniform when the team debuted in 1962. "Mets" continues to be written in blue script on the front of the jersey, outlined in orange and black.

To see the Mets off-season moves out to check Off-Season. The Mets key player signings were Alex Cora, Jason Bay, Ryota Igarashi, and more.

The Mets best month of the year was April. The Mets had a record of 14-9.

The Mets worst month by far was May. The Mets had a record of 12-17.

The Mets other best month is June. The Mets had a record of 18-8.

The Mets worst month by far was July. The Mets had a record of 9-17.

The Mets month of losses was August. The Mets had a record of 12-16.

The Mets month of out for the post-season was September. The Mets had a record of 12-15.

The Mets final month was October. The Mets had a record of 2-1.

The Mets total record was 79-83 as shown below at the bottom of the page.

Roster at first To see the Mets roster at first click 2010 Mets Roster on April 5, 2010.

Current RosterEdit

To see the current click 2010 Roster and see the departures here Season Departures

Season PagesEdit




Season FinaleEdit

Final Standings of 2010 Season in NL EastEdit

Eastern Division

Team W L Pct GB

X-Philadelphia 97 65 .599

Atlanta 91 71 .562 6

Florida 80 82 .494 17

NY Mets 79 83 .488 18

Washington 69 93 .426 28

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