1969: Pitched 100 1/3 innings for the Mets with a 2.24 ERA. Won his first of two World Series titles.
1972: Possibly his best season in New York. He won eight games, saved 27 and posted a 1.70 ERA.
1973: With the Mets cruising, he appeared in 16 games in September, saving 11 and winning four. His rally cry of "You Gotta Believe" ignited the team and brought them within one game of another World Series title.
1974: Acquired by the Phillies on Dec. 3 in a six-player swap.
1976-78: Helped Philadelphia win the NL East three straight times, pitching 266 innings.
1980: His 1.46 ERA in 92 1/3 innings paved the way for the Phillies to win their first franchise World Series title. McGraw struck out Willie Wilson for the final out of the Series and leaped off the mound.
1984: McGraw retires from baseball.