The New York Mets 4 year PDC saw future Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star hit .333 with 35 2B here. The Mets didn't recognize his talents however and sent him off to L.A. where he hit 27 HR and 90 RBIs (.275) for the Dodgers in 2016. The Bisons would also produce future All-Star pitcher Matt Harvey (7-5, 3.68) who would bring his dynamic energy to this ballpark along with future All-Star closer Jeurys Familia (9-9, 5.52 as a starter) who would become an All-Star once he was moved to the bullpen where he would save 43 games with a 1.86 in 2015 and save 51 games breaking an all time Mets record in 2016. Collin McHugh (2-4, 3.42) would win 19 games for Houston in 2015 and after battling Tommy John surgery... Zack Wheeler (2-2, 3.27) looked to be a future star. The Mets however weren't any more appreciative of their new home here in Buffalo than they were of their former home in Norfolk and what should have been a very amicable long term relationship came to a quick end after just 4 seasons. The Mets were exiled to Las Vegas' Cashman Stadium for the next 6 years and Buffalo became home to their closest Major League franchise just north of the border ... the Toronto Blue Jays in 2013. The relationship between Buffalo and Toronto ... would work out perfectly and that PDC is still in force today.