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Who has more triples?

Let's play a game...I call it "Who has more triples?"

The answers are linked in the comments section.

* Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Keith Hernandez?

Jose Reyes tied Mookie Wilson's Mets triples record on Thursday with the 62nd of his career.

Most Triples
Mets History

62- Mookie Wilson
62- Jose Reyes
45- Bud Harrelson
33- Cleon Jones
31- Steve Henderson
30- Darryl Strawberry

* Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Carlos Beltran?

Carlos Beltran has the same number of triples in his career as Wade Boggs and Bobby Bonilla.

Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Willie Randolph?

Mookie Wilson still has the Mets club record for most games with a triple.

Most Games with at least one triple
Mets History

61- Mookie Wilson
58- Jose Reyes
44- Bud Harrelson
33- Cleon Jones
31- Steve Henderson
30- Darryl Strawberry

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Mickey Mantle?

Jose Reyes has now had 4 seasons with 10+ triples. The all-time record is held by Ty Cobb, who had 17 seasons of 10+ triples.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Rickey Henderson?

Rickey Henderson did not hit a triple in his Mets career.

Most Plate Appearances, No Triples
Mets History


1,121- Willie Montanez
894- Jason Phillips
659- Charlie O'Brien
654- Mo Vaughn
650- Rickey Henderson
645- Mark Carreon

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Derek Jeter?

Lou Brock has the record for most triples against the Mets, with 18.

Most Career Triples
vs Mets

18- Lou Brock
14- Larry Bowa
12- Pete Rose
12- Roberto Clemente

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Ichiro?

Most Triples
Born in Dominican Republic

102- Juan Samuel
92- Tony Fernandez
78- Alfredo Griffin
75- Cristian Guzman
72- Jose Offerman
70- Luis Polonia
62- Jose Reyes

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Shawon Dunston?

Most Career Triples by Met
at Shea Stadium

29- Bud Harrelson
27- Jose Reyes
22- Cleon Jones
19- Mookie Wilson
16- Darryl Strawberry
15- Lance Johnson
14- Steve Henderson
14- Lee Mazzilli

Comments

metswalkoffs said…
Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Keith Hernandez?

Jose Reyes has 62...Hernandez has 60.

Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Carlos Beltran?

Jose Reyes has 62. Carlos Beltran has 61.

Who has more career triples...Jose Reyes or Willie Randolph?

Willie Randolph has 65. Jose Reyes has 62.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Mickey Mantle?

Mickey Mantle has 72. Jose Reyes has 62.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Rickey Henderson?

Rickey Henderson has 66. Jose Reyes has 62.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Derek Jeter?

Jose Reyes has 62. Derek Jeter has 57.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Ichiro?

Jose Reyes has 62...when the Mets game ended, Ichiro had 60.

Who has more triples...Jose Reyes or Shawon Dunston?

They both have the same number...62!

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