Record: 83-79, Finished 3rd in NL Eastern Division (2005 NL)
Managed by Willie Randolph
Coaches: Manny Acta, Sandy Alomar, Guy Conti, Rick Down, Jerry Manuel, Tom Nieto and Rick Peterson
Ballpark: Shea Stadium
AL East: Baltimore • Boston • New York • Tampa Bay • Toronto
AL Central: Chicago • Cleveland • Detroit • Kansas City • Minnesota
AL West: Los Angeles • Oakland • Seattle • Texas
NL East: Atlanta • Florida • New York • Philadelphia • Washington
NL Central: Chicago • Cincinnati • Houston • Milwaukee • Pittsburgh • St. Louis
NL West: Arizona • Colorado • Los Angeles • San Diego • San Francisco
2005 All-Star Game • 2005 World Series
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