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Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Walk-off home runs of the ’90s

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Can you name every Met to hit a walk-off home run in the 1990s?

Mike Piazza #31

For our fourth Mind Boggler featuring walk-off home runs hit by Mets players, we’re asking you to name every Mets walk-off of the 1990s. You can find the first three installments of the series here, here, and here.

Mets players who hit a walk-off home run in the 1990s.

The Mets were a strong offensive team in the ’90s, finishing the decade fifth in the National League with 1,399 home runs and sixth with 6,930 runs scored, a 94 wRC+, and 177.6 offensive fWAR.

The decade started off well for the Mets, who went 91-71 in 1990. Things went downhill from there, however, as the team failed to finish .500 in each of the next six seasons. Under the stewardship of Steve Phillips and Bobby Valentine, the franchise turned things around in 1997, the first of three straight winning seasons to close out the decade and five straight winning seasons overall.

You’ll have four minutes for this quiz. Good luck, and remember to post your time and score in the comments!