Who was the winning pitcher for the New York Mets in Game Seven of the 1986 World Series?

Met reliever Roger McDowell picked up the victory in New York’s World Series clinching victory. After the Mets had taken a 6-3 lead in the sixth, McDowell pitched a perfect seventh. He then gave up two runs in the eighth, and was pulled for Jesse Orosco. With the Mets clinging to a one run lead, Orosco shut the Red Sox down the rest of the way, earning the save.