Congratulations to ZZPops, who correctly answered all ten questions and was then randomly selected by a computer. You can see the full randomized results here, and check after the jump for the trivia questions and answers.
Q: How many playoff games have the Mets won in their history?
A: 43. Seven games in 1969; six games in 1973; eight games in 1986; three games in 1988; five games in 1999; eight games in 2000; six games in 2006. 7+6+8+3+5+8+6 = 43. The one-game playoff against the Reds in 1999 was actually the 163rd regular season game, not an official playoff game.
Q: Who holds the Mets' single-season record for complete games?
A: Tom Seaver, with 21 complete games in 1971.
Q: Who hit the first ever triple for the Mets?
Q: Who was the first Met to hit three home runs in a game?
Q: What Mets team holds the franchise record for most stolen bases in a season?
A: 2007 Mets, with 200 stolen bases. Some of you misread the question and responded with Jose Reyes. Reyes had 78 steals that year; David Wright had 34; Carlos Beltran had 23; Carlos Gomez had 12; Shawn Green had 11; Luis Castillo had 10; Carlos Delgado had four (?).
Q: Who holds the Mets' single-season record for GIDP (grounded into double plays)?
A: Mike Piazza, who led the league with 27 GIDP in 1999.
Q: In their first game back after the strike in 1995, the Mets played a 14-inning game in Colorado. After the Mets went ahead 9-8 in the top of the 14th, Dante Bichette hit a three-run home run to give the Rockies an 11-9 win. Who scored the go-ahead run for the Mets in the top of the 14th?
A: Ricky Otero. (B-R)
A: Luis Castillo. (B-R)
Q: Who holds the Mets' single-season record for wild pitches?
A: Jack Hamilton, who threw 18 wild pitches in just 148⅔ innings 1966.