New York Mets Managers

Every New York Mets Manager in Franchise History

This is a comprehensive list of managers for the New York Mets organization. Win / loss statistics, winning percentage, position in division, and games behind the leader are also shown for each manager.

The year leads to the specific American League season in review; the manager(s) name leads to his career statistics; and the roster leads to a list of every player on the team during the year.

"We've (the 1962 New York Mets) got to learn to stay out of triple plays." - New York Mets Manager (1962-1965) / Hall of Fame Manager Casey Stengel
New York Mets Managers
1962 - 2020

Managers & Finishes

Year

Uniform #

Manager(s)

Wins

Losses

WP

Finish

GB

Roster

1962

37

Casey Stengel

40 120 .250 10 th 60½

1962

1963

37

Casey Stengel

51 111 .315 10 th 48

1963

1964

37

Casey Stengel

53 109 .327 10 th 40

1964

1965

37

Casey Stengel

31 64 .326 10 th 47

1965

51

Wes Westrum

19 48 .284
1966

9

Wes Westrum

66 95 .410 9 th 28½

1966

1967

9

Wes Westrum

57 94 .377 10 th 40½

1966

54

Salty Parker

4 7 .364
1968

14

Gil Hodges

73 89 .451 9 th 24

1968

1969

14

Gil Hodges

100 62 .617 1 st +8

1969

1970

14

Gil Hodges

83 79 .512 3 rd 6

1970

1971

14

Gil Hodges

83 79 .512 3 rd 14

1971

1972

8

Yogi Berra

83 73 .532 3 rd 13½

1972

1973

8

Yogi Berra

82 79 .509 1 st +1½

1973

1974

8

Yogi Berra

71 91 .438 5 th 17

1974

1975

8

Yogi Berra

56 53 .514 3 rd 10½

1975

51

Roy McMillan

26 27 .491
1976

55

Joe Frazier

86 76 .531 3 rd 15

1976

1977

55

Joe Frazier

15 30 .333 6 th 37

1977

9

Joe Torre

49 68 .419
1978

9

Joe Torre

66 96 .389 6 th 24

1978

1979

9

Joe Torre

63 99 .389 6 th 35

1979

1980

9

Joe Torre

67 95 .414 5 th 24

1980

1981

9

Joe Torre

41 62 .398 5 th / 4 th 18½

1981

1982

31

George Bamberger

65 97 .401 6 th 27

1982

1983

31

George Bamberger

16 30 .348 6 th 22

1983

55

Frank Howard

52 64 .448
1984

5

Davey Johnson

90 72 .556 2 nd

1984

1985

5

Davey Johnson

98 64 .605 2 nd 3

1985

1986

5

Davey Johnson

108 54 .667 1 st +21½

1986

1987

5

Davey Johnson

92 70 .568 2 nd 3

1987

1988

5

Davey Johnson

100 60 .625 1 st +15

1988

1989

5

Davey Johnson

87 75 .537 2 nd 6

1989

1990

5

Davey Johnson

20 22 .476 2 nd 4

1990

3

Bud Harrelson

71 49 .592
1991

3

Bud Harrelson

74 80 .481 5 th 20½

1991

4

Mike Cubbage

3 4 .429
1992

10

Jeff Torborg

72 90 .444 5 th 24

1992

1993

10

Jeff Torborg

13 25 .342 7 th 38

1993

46

Dallas Green

46 78 .371
1994

46

Dallas Green

55 58 .487 3 rd 18½

1994

1995

46

Dallas Green

69 75 .479 2 nd 21

1995

1996

46

Dallas Green

59 72 .450 4 th 25

1996

46

Bobby Valentine

12 19 .387
1997

2

Bobby Valentine

88 74 .543 3 rd 13

1997

1998

2

Bobby Valentine

88 74 .543 2 nd 18

1998

1999

2

Bobby Valentine

97 66 .595 2 nd

1999

2000

2

Bobby Valentine

94 68 .580 2 nd 1

2000

2001

2

Bobby Valentine

82 80 .506 3 rd 6

2001

2002

2

Bobby Valentine

75 86 .466 5 th 26½

2002

2003

18

Art Howe

66

95

.410

5 th 34½

2003

2004

18

Art Howe

71 91 .438 4 th 25

2004

2005

12

Willie Randolph

83

79

.512

3 rd

7

2005

2006

12

Willie Randolph

97

65

.599 1 st +12

2006

2007

12

Willie Randolph

88

74

.543

2 nd

1

2007

2008

12

Willie Randolph

34

35

.493

2 nd 3

2008

53

Jerry Manuel

55

38

.591

2009 53 Jerry Manuel 70 92 .432 4 th 23 2009
2010 53 Jerry Manuel 79 83 .494 4 th 18 2010
2011 10 Terry Collins 77 85 .475 4 th 25 2011
2012 10 Terry Collins 74 88 .457 4 th 24 2012
2013 10 Terry Collins 74 88 .457 3 rd 22 2013
2014 10 Terry Collins 79 83 .488 2 nd 17 2014
2015 10 Terry Collins 90 72 .556 1 st +7 2015
2016 10 Terry Collins 87 75 .537 2 nd 8 2016
2017 10 Terry Collins 70 92 .432 4 th 27 2017
2018 36 Mickey Callaway 77 85 .475 4 th 13 2018
2019 36, 26 Mickey Callaway 86 76 .531 3 rd 11 2019

2020

15

Carlos Beltran

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2020

Year Uniform # Manager(s) Wins Losses WP Finish GB Roster

New York Mets Managers & Finishes



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