Trivia Friday: Mets MVP Finalists

With the way the Mets are playing, they are postseason contenders, and as a result, their best players will suddenly get more of a look in the MVP race. Right now, that race seems to be a 1-2 race between Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich, but with the seasons they are having, by no means should we discount the chances Pete Alonso, Jeff McNeil, or even Michael Conforto have. Even if they don’t upset the apple card, they are looking more and more like top 10 MVP candidates.

There have been 32 times in Mets history where a Mets player finished in the top 10 in MVP voting. Can you name the players who have finished in the top 10? Good luck!

Tom Seaver Tommie Agee Cleon Jones Keith Hernandez Gary Carter Darryl Strawberry Dwight Gooden Howard Johnson David Cone Kevin McReynolds Robin Ventura Mike Piazza Edgardo Alfonzo Carlos Beltran David Wright Carlos Delgado Jacob deGrom Yoenis Cespedes

0 thoughts on “Trivia Friday: Mets MVP Finalists”

  1. Eric Bloom says:

    I got all but effing last season. Realized it was DeGrom with 2 seconds to go. Managed to get he d e g out but hen time ran out.

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