Over the weekend, former New York Met farmhand Phillip Humber threw a perfect game against the Seattle Mariners.
Still, the Mets have yet to have a no-hitter of their own in the 7,982 games played in franchise history.
Humber joins David Cone as former Mets to toss perfect games after leaving the demonic cloud of Mr. Met.
Back on April 16, 1985, Ron Darling combined with Jesse Orosco on one of several one-hitters in Met history, a 2-1 victory over Pittsburgh. Darling allowed a first inning single to Johnnie Ray, according to Retrosheet.org.