This was an incredible game.
In Jose Reyes' final game as a Met, he recorded a bunt single in the first inning, and then took himself out of the game to preserve his .337 average.
Though Reyes' move received some backlash, he won the Mets' first ever batting title later that night when Ryan Braun went 0-for-4.
(SIDE NOTE: Anyone who hated Reyes' move and was rooting for Braun to go 3-for-4 that night—do you STILL wish Braun won the batting title?)
This game also had hometown kid Mike Baxter's first ever home run as a Met, as well as Miguel Batista's two-hit shutout.
This would be higher, but the sad, awkward atmosphere of this game (due to the fact that fans knew that this was probably the last time they'd ever see Reyes in a Mets uniform) drops this to No. 3.