* Hobie Landrith
First walk-off RBI in Mets history.
* Benny Agbayani, J.C. Martin, Todd Pratt, Len Dykstra, Gary Carter, Robin Ventura
Mets Postseason walk-off heroes.
* Kevin Mitchell, Ray Knight, Mookie Wilson
Game 6 warrants separate billing.
* Kevin McReynolds and Rusty Staub
Your all-time leaders in Mets walk-off RBI with 8 and 7 respectively.
* Tommie Agee
The only Met with a walk-off steal of home.
* Darryl Strawberry
Three walk-off home runs, but more importantly, set stage for several key walk-off moments with non-walk-off shots.
* Mike Piazza
Four walk-off home runs ties Chris Jones, Cleon Jones, and Kevin McReynolds for most in team history. Earns bonus points for the majestic nature of his shots.
* Steve Henderson and Marv Throneberry
Stars in the dominant walk-off wins of their era, even if it was an era of mediocrity.
* Tom Seaver
Well, if you put the words "Mets" and "Hall of Fame" together, it's mandatory that Seaver (7 walk-off wins) be included.
* Bill Buckner
The only Mets opponent worthy of induction.
Since it's my creation, the Mets Walk-Offs Hall of Fame can have multiple wings of honor. One that we like a lot is our "Wing of Defensive Excellence."
* Al Weis
Said Bob Murphy of his game-saving play on June 4, 1969 "I've never seen a better one by an infielder." That's good enough for us.
* Cleon Jones, Wayne Garrett and Ron Hodges
For making "Ball on the Wall" what it is today.
(Jones also has the only walk-off triple in Mets history)
* Ron Swoboda
Diving catch in Game 4 of 1969 WS set up walk-off to come
(Swoboda is also the Mets all-time leader in walk-off walks)
* Rey Ordonez and Keith Hernandez
For all-around excellence in walk-off prevention
And since minutiae is our specialization, we must include an "Obscurity Wing." Those listed there are:
Earned a walk-off win in his MLB debut, a 1-0, 17-inning triumph over the Cardinals, but never won another game.
His only Mets hit was a walk-off (a little voter bias here...I was at the game)
The only player to go 1-for-1 as a Met, whose only hit was a walk-off
For those who disagree or feel that there were significant omissions, feel free to record your comments. The good thing about The Mets Walk-Offs Hall of Fame is that we have a rolling admissions policy (ie: whenever I want to induct, I will) and the criteria for inclusion is simple (if I think the person should be in, they're in. If I don't, they're not).