Forgive me for dwelling on the negative here, but what Dillon Gee did in Philadelphia on Monday night was something rather rare in the history of the New York Mets. He walked six batters in three-and-two-thirds innings of work. A Mets pitcher has issued six or more walks in four or fewer innings of work a mere twenty-one times in nearly fifty regular seasons of baseball.
The time limit is six minutes in honor of the whole six walks thing, and if anyone gets all of these answers, I'll be very pleasantly surprised.
Mets pitchers who walked six or more batters in four or fewer innings pitched.
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