- Location: Binghamton, NY
- League: Eastern League 1992-2016
- Affiliation: New York Mets 1992-2016
- Ballpark: NYSEG Stadium
- Famous Alumni: David Wright, Jose Reyes, Lastings Milledge, Terrence Long, Preston Wilson, Octavio Dotel, Jason Isringhausen, Jay Payton, Ty Wigginton, Cory Lidle
The Binghamton Mets were members of the Eastern League from 1992 to 2016, after which the team was re-branded the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, following a trend of re-naming minor league teams to create a more recognizable identity for marketing purposes.
During the 1990-1991 off-season, the Mets bought the Williamsport Bills. Bills' owner Marvin Goldklang, who was then a minority owner of the New York Yankees, said the sale was forced by the 1990 Professional Baseball Agreement. The Bills played another season in Williamsport while Binghamton built a ballpark that the Mets partially funded.
The big Mets soon sold the club to local owners. The majority owner who called the affiliation "our most treasured asset" in 2010 made three deals to sell the team in the next five years. The first two would have caused the B-Mets to move - but neither closed. The 2015-2016 off-season sale to John Hughes kept the club in town and with the Mets, but he changed the nickname to Rumble Ponies before the 2017 season.