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Monday Morning Mets Mind Boggler: Least clutch seasons

Can you name every player in Mets history with a single-season Clutch score of -1.50 or lower?

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Last week, we asked you to name the players who produced the most “clutch” seasons in Mets history, as defined by Fangraphs’s Clutch metric. Today, we’re doing the opposite. For this week’s Mind Boggler, we’d like you to name the players with the least clutch seasons in the history of the franchise.

Mets players with a single-season Clutch score of -1.50 or lower.

Michael Conforto’s -1.55 Clutch score is the lowest of any Mets player this year and the 17th lowest of any player in baseball. As a team, the Mets rank second to last in MLB with a team score of -7.33. The team’s inability to hit in high-leverage situations is one of the reasons why it has scored fewer runs than all but two teams in the league.

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