DARRYL STRAWBERRY: A Met from 1983-90, he is the franchise leader with 252 HRs, 733 RBIs, 662 runs and 469 extra-base hits. Rookie of the Year in 1983 when he hit 26 HRs with 74 RBIs. Hit 27 HRs and drove in 99 runs during the 1986 season. In 1987, hit 39 home runs and stole 36 bases.

DWIGHT GOODEN: Spent 11 seasons as a Met (1984-94). His 157 wins trail only Tom Seaver on team's all-time list. Debuted as a 19-year-old in 1984 when he won 17 games with a rookie-record 276 strikeouts. Best season was 1985, when he led majors in wins (24), strikeouts (268) and ERA (1.53).

DAVEY JOHNSON: Managed Mets from 1984-90. Led the 1986 world champions to a 108-54 regular-season record. His 595 wins as a Mets manager ranks first in franchise history.

FRANK CASHEN: Mets general manager from 1980-91 and the architect of the 1986 world championship club. Traded for Ron Darling, Keith Hernandez and Gary Carter and drafted Strawberry and Gooden.