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Carlos Delgado tied Dave Kingman for most multi-homer games by a Met in one season, with his 7th on Tuesday.

Just in case you were wondering...

The Mets record for multi-hit games in a season:
Lance Johnson, 75 in 1996
(Jose Reyes had 58 in 2008, tied with a bunch of players for 2nd-most)

The Mets record for multi-single games in a season:
Lance Johnson, 49, in 1996
(Jose Reyes leads the current team with 30)

The Mets record for multi-double games in a season:
David Wright, 7 in 2007
(Wright has 6 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-triple games in a season:
Jose Reyes, 2 in 2005
(Reyes has 1 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-RBI games in a season:
Mike Piazza, 35 in 1999 and 2000
(Carlos Delgado has 27 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-run games in a season:
Jose Reyes, 34 in 2006
(David Wright has 21 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-walk games in a season:
Keith Hernandez had 28 in 1986
(David Wright had 20 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-stolen base games in a season:
Roger Cedeno, 16 in 1999
(Jose Reyes has 7 in 2008)

The Mets record for multi-hit by pitch games in a season:
Jeff Kent (1995) and Damion Easley (2008) share the mark with 2


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