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Mets All-Time Home Run Leaders

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #15: John Milner

In which the author learns a thing or two about a player in an oft-overlooked period in Mets history.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #16: Cleon Jones

Cleon Jones was a Met of the near-lifer variety and the best hitter on the 1969 Miracle Mets team.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #17: Gary Carter

Gary Carter was the final big piece of the puzzle to the the mid-to-late 80s Mets

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #18: Jose Reyes

Reyes is an ongoing reminder that MLB has a long way to go in how it addresses domestic violence.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #19: Tommie Agee

Outfielder Tommie Agee helped lead the Miracle Mets to a World Series championship.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #21: Keith Hernandez

He’s Keith Hernandez.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #22: Robin Ventura

Ventura was a key player on the playoff-bound Mets teams of ‘99 and ‘00.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #23: Curtis Granderson

Current Met Curtis Granderson is next on the list.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders, #24: Rusty Staub

Staub was a twice-tenured Met and a fixture in the team’s television broadcasting booth after he retired from playing.

Mets’ all-time home run leaders, #25: Ron Swoboda

Known best for making a catch, the outfielder hit enough home runs in his Mets career to make this list.

Mets’ top 25 all-time home run leaders: Preview

Home runs are fun. Let’s look at the Mets’ all-time leaders in smacking the ball over the wall.