1993 New York Mets Schedule

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1993 New York Mets with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1993 season.

"What people don't understand is, one day off for Cal Ripken would not recharge his batteries. One day would not do it. He's not playing 2,130 games in a row. Cal is ONLY playing 162 games a year." - Frank Robinson in The Sporting News (September 11, 1995)
1993 New York Mets


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Complete Schedule

1
3-0
W
1-0
2
6-1
W
2-0
3
3-7
L
2-1
4
3-6
L
2-2
5
4-5
L
2-3
6
8-4
W
3-3
7
6-3
W
4-3
8
3-5
L
4-4
9
3-1
W
5-4
10
4-1
W
6-4
11
2-3
L
6-5
12
1-4
L
6-6
13
10-0
W
7-6
14
4-13
L
7-7
15
6-1
W
8-7
16
3-5
L
8-8
17
8-9
L
8-9
18
1-4
L
8-10
19
3-4
L
8-11
20
5-10
L
8-12
21
6-7
L
8-13
22
3-5
L
8-14
23
3-2
W
9-14
24
4-8
L
9-15
25
5-6
L
9-16
26
4-0
W
10-16
27
2-4
L
10-17
28
4-6
L
10-18
29
1-0
W
11-18
30
4-7
L
11-19
31
5-6
L
11-20
32
4-0
W
12-20
33
7-8
L
12-21
34
1-2
L
12-22
35
3-4
L
12-23
36
4-9
L
12-24
37
8-10
L
12-25
38
6-4
W
13-25
39
2-4
L
13-26
40
6-1
W
14-26
41
1-2
L
14-27
42
3-6
L
14-28
43
2-4
L
14-29
44
5-4
W
15-29
45
2-5
L
15-30
46
4-3
W
16-30
47
4-8
L
16-31
48
9-5
W
17-31
49
3-8
L
17-32
50
11-3
W
18-32
51
2-7
L
18-33
52
5-7
L
18-34
53
4-5
L
18-35
54
7-2
W
19-35
55
1-5
L
19-36
56
3-8
L
19-37
57
6-7
L
19-38
58
2-5
L
19-39
59
0-3
L
19-40
60
3-5
L
19-41
61
7-4
W
20-41
62
1-2
L
20-42
63
2-5
L
20-43
64
2-6
L
20-44
65
2-5
L
20-45
66
3-8
L
20-46
67
2-3
L
20-47
68
8-3
W
21-47
69
3-6
L
21-48
70
3-4
L
21-49
71
5-8
L
21-50
72
2-4
L
21-51
73
3-5
L
21-52
74
10-9
W
22-52
75
7-1
W
23-52
76
5-7
L
23-53
77
1-3
L
23-54
78
6-3
W
24-54
79
8-10
L
24-55
80
7-12
L
24-56
81
9-7
W
25-56
82
0-2
L
25-57
83-I
8-11
L
25-58
84-II
6-3
W
26-58
85
2-6
L
26-59
86
7-6
W
27-59
87
1-2
L
27-60
88
1-8
L
27-61
89
2-4
L
27-62
90
3-1
W
28-62
91
12-6
W
29-62
92
2-1
W
30-62
93
1-4
L
30-63
94
5-2
W
31-63
95
10-5
W
32-63
96
2-5
L
32-64
97
4-5
L
32-65
98
4-0
W
33-65
99
4-3
W
34-65
100
5-4
W
35-65
101
1-2
L
35-66
102
2-3
L
35-67
103
3-4
L
35-68
104
10-3
W
36-68
105
4-3
W
37-68
106
1-3
L
37-69
107
1-3
L
37-70
108
12-9
W
38-70
109-I
1-2
L
38-71
110-II
10-8
W
39-71
111
2-3
L
39-72
112
2-3
L
39-73
113
2-4
L
39-74
114
4-8
L
39-75
115
5-9
L
39-76
116
9-5
W
40-76
117
4-5
L
40-77
118
6-2
W
41-77
119
0-6
L
41-78
120
12-2
W
42-78
121-I
3-4
L
42-79
122-II
6-8
L
42-80
123
3-4
L
42-81
124
2-6
L
42-82
125
5-4
W
43-82
126
1-4
L
43-83
127
7-1
W
44-83
128
3-2
W
45-83
129
5-7
L
45-84
130
1-6
L
45-85
131
5-4
W
46-85
132
2-10
L
46-86
133
2-3
L
46-87
134
8-3
W
47-87
135
3-4
L
47-88
136
8-9
L
47-89
137
1-2
L
47-90
138
2-7
L
47-91
139
3-4
L
47-92
140
1-7
L
47-93
141
10-12
L
47-94
142
3-4
L
47-95
143
5-0
W
48-95
144
0-5
L
48-96
145
5-4
W
49-96
146
3-6
L
49-97
147
1-2
L
49-98
148
3-2
W
50-98
149
2-11
L
50-99
150
2-6
L
50-100
151
4-3
W
51-100
152
6-5
W
52-100
153
3-6
L
52-101
154
1-4
L
52-102
155
9-3
W
53-102
156
3-4
L
53-103
157
6-1
W
54-103
158
1-0
W
55-103
159
3-2
W
56-103
160
4-1
W
57-103
161
7-1
W
58-103
162
9-2
W
59-103


The 1993 New York Mets (click team name for complete roster) home / road splits for the regular season were 28-53 (0.346 winning percentage) at home and 31-50 (0.383 winning percentage) away.

Did you know that the 1993 New York Mets were 6-21 in June? We hope you enjoy using the charts below to review other similar schedule splits:

Monthly Splits
Month (Games) Won Lost WP
April (21) 8 13 0.381
May (27) 9 18 0.333
June (27) 6 21 0.222
July (28) 12 16 0.429
August (29) 11 18 0.379
September (27) 10 17 0.370
October (3) 3 0 1.000
Team vs Team Splits
Opponent (Games) Won Lost WP
Atlanta Braves (12) 3 9 0.250
Chicago Cubs (13) 5 8 0.385
Cincinnati Reds (12) 6 6 0.500
Colorado Rockies (12) 6 6 0.500
Florida Marlins (13) 9 4 0.692
Houston Astros (12) 1 11 0.083
Los Angeles Dodgers (12) 4 8 0.333
Montreal Expos (13) 4 9 0.308
Philadelphia Phillies (13) 3 10 0.231
Pittsburgh Pirates (13) 4 9 0.308
San Diego Padres (12) 5 7 0.417
San Francisco Giants (12) 4 8 0.333
St. Louis Cardinals (13) 5 8 0.385
Score Related Splits
Type (Games) Won Lost WP
Shutouts (12) 8 4 0.667
1-Run Games (54) 19 35 0.352
Blowouts (35) 19 16 0.543

During the regular season the 1993 New York Mets scored the most runs (12) on July 18, 1993 versus the San Francisco Giants. The most runs scored against them (13) was played on April 22, 1993 versus the San Francisco Giants.

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