He spent 2010 to 2012 in A ball, moving up to AA Binghamton in 2013 where he was 9-7 with a 4.37 in 25 games, all starts. In 2014 he became a reliever at AAA Las Vegas going 3-2 finishing up 17 games but posted a high 5.80 ERA. The Mets still gave him a shot at the big league level.
Goeddel was called up in September, making his MLB debut on September 1st, finishing up a 9-6 loss in Florida to the Marlins. He would get the call to finish up six games that September, posting a 2.70 ERA with six strike outs four walks & three hits allowed in 6.2 innings.
He started out 2015 with a good enough Spring Training to get him on the Mets roster going North. He remained with the Mets until mid June, seeing action as a middle reliever as well as a sometime 8th inning man. After 22 games he was posting a 1.96 ERA when an elbow injury sidelined him until September.
From there a rehab assignment at St. Lucie was followed by a trip to AA Binghamton making it back to the Mets on September 1st. He took a loss on September 4th & was credited with a 6th inning hold on September 11th vs Atlanta. On September 24th he earned his first MLB win, after pitching a scoreless 7th inning at Cincinnati a day before the Mets clinched the NL East.
That outing cost him his spot in the Mets bullpen as Sean Gilmartin was added to take his place in the NLCS.