Ed Lynch

After pitching for the lowly Mets of the early 1980s, Lynch was 10-8, 3.44 as their third starter when they finished second in 1985, but he was traded to the Cubs for a pair of minor leaguers in the middle of 1986 as the Mets were storming toward a World Championship. Lynch had excellent control (2.2 walks per nine innings in the ML) and could pitch in relief as well as start, but a 2-9, 5.38 record with Chicago in 1987 ended his ML career.