First baseman Willie Montanez went 3-3 with a walk, including two doubles. He tied the game with a double in the seventh inning, driving in his 4th run of the game. Left fielder Steve Henderson went 4-5 with a walk and two RBIs. Lenny Randle possibly had the best day of everyone, batting lead off going 3-3 with three walks and five runs scored.
He led the game off with a walk and scored the Mets 1st run on Montanez's sac fly. In the 3rd inning he singled & scored on a Henderson base hit, then led off the 5th with a double and came around on a Bobby Valentine hit. He again led off in the 7th inning with a triple, scoring on Lee Mazzilli's ground out. In the bottom of the 10th, Randle got on with his third walk of the day, he was bunted over to scoring position by pitcher Skip Lockwood. Mazzilli was intentionally walked and Steve Henderson singled home Randle with the game winner 8-7.