The 1986 World Series was played between the New York Mets and the Boston Red Sox.

Game 1Edit

Boston took the win with a score of 1-0 at Shea Stadium.

Mets 0-1

Red Sox 1-0

Game 2Edit

Boston took the hot lead of the Series by a score 9-3 at Shea Stadium.

Mets 0-2

Red Sox 2-0

Game 3Edit

The Mets take the win by a score of 7-1.

Mets 1-2

Red Sox 2-1

Game 4Edit

In Game 4 the Mets had won it and the score was 6-2.

Mets 2-2

Red Sox 2-2

Game 5Edit

Boston came back with a win with a score of 4-2.

Mets 2-3

Red Sox 3-2

Game 6Edit

Game 6 86 at Shea was another Shea Moment. In the bottom of the 10th Mookie Wilson hit a grounder to Red Sox' first baseman Bill Buckner who had his glove down but did not grab it and let it go by him and Ray Knight scored. The score was 6-5.

Mets 3-3

Red Sox 3-3

Game 7Edit

This would be the last of the Series as the Mets win at Shea Stadium with a score of 8-5. This is the second Mets World Series win in team history.

Mets 4-3

Red Sox 3-4

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