. In 1990, Clint Hurdle led the team back to the playoffs for the last time. Todd Hundley hit .265 with only 1 HR, and Pete Schourek (11-4, 3.04) and Eric Hillman (6-5, 3.93) led the Mets on the mound, along with Anthony Young (15-3, 1.65). Anthony Young would go on to set a Major League record with 27 consecutive loses without a win over 2 Major League seasons with the Mets. Amazingly his ERA during that time remained around 4.00… which says more about the hitting than Anthony Young's pitching. It was the end of an era in Jackson. The Mets wanted their Double-A team closer to home and built a new ballpark in Binghamton NY where they would move in 1992 after a temporary stop in Williamsport.