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Best WAR Seasons By Former Mets


A new stat functionality at baseball-reference.com's Play Index enables one to do research for reports such as this one:

Best Wins Above Replacement (WAR) Seasons for a Team Other than the Mets, by an MLB Player Who Had Previously Played On the Mets:
T1. Len Dykstra (1990) and Nolan Ryan (1977) 8.3 WAR
T3. Jeff Kent (2000) and Nolan Ryan (1973) 7.9
5. Mike Scott (1986) 7.8
6. Kevin Mitchell (1989) 7.7
7. Amos Otis (1978) 7.5
8. David Cone (1997 6.7
T9. Jeff Kent (2002) and Len Dykstra (1993) 6.6
11. Jerry Koosman (1979) 6.5
12. Nolan Ryan (1972) 6.3
T13. David Cone (1995) and Nolan Ryan (1974) 6.2
T15. Jon Matlack (1978), Frank Viola (1992) and David Cone (1994) 6.1
18. Keven Tapani (1991) 6.0
19. Carl Everett (1999) 5.9
T20. Ken Singleton (1977) and Ken Singleton (1973) 5.8
22. Mike Scott (1987) 5.7
T23. Marco Scutaro (2009) and Nolan Ryan (1987) 5.5
T.25 Melvin Mora (2004), Jose Oquendo (1989) and Tom Seaver (1977 post-trade) 5.4

Note that Tom Seaver appears on this list only once, at the very end, although his full 1977 season, including the part he was with the Mets, would have put him near the top. 



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