The 1969 season was one of the best seasons in Mets history. It was their 8th season and they won the 1969 World Series beating the Baltimore Orioles. The team was managed by Gil Hodges. The team was in first place for the first time in Franchise history. Their record was 100-62.
The team's FirstsEdit
Their first World Series title
First ever National League Champions
First time they won 100 games
First time they landed in first place
No more they became losers and no more called Lovable Losers.