Sept. 11-12, 2012
After going an absurd 110 straight innings at home without scoring more than one run, the Mets finally put up a crooked number (2) in the fifth inning against the Nationals on Sept. 11. It is the longest such streak in major league baseball since the Washington Senators went 119 in 1909. The following day they also extended their club-record streak of scoring three runs or fewer to 13 straight home games. The Mets have lost 22 of their last 26 in Queens and have just four wins at Citi Field since the All-Star break - two fewer than the Nationals, one fewer than the Braves, and equal to the Rockies, who swept the Mets in four games at Cit Field in August.