The Mets purchased the contract of right-handed pitcher Bill Connors from the Chicago Cubs on August 20, 1967. Two days later he made his Mets debut against the Philadelphia Phillies. He pitched 2 innings of relief and allowed 2 earned runs in the Mets 11-4 defeat. Connors finished out the season with the Mets and appeared in 6 games, 5 out of the bullpen and 1 as a starter. He posted a 0-0 record with a 6.23 ERA. In his only start on September 2nd Connors pitched against his former club, the Chicago Cubs, and lasted only 4 innings and allowed 4 runs. But the Mets bailed him out and eventually won the game 5-4.
Connors started the 1968 season in the Mets minor league system before joining the club at the end of July. He would appear in 9 games, all out of the bullpen, posting a 0-1 record with a 9.00 ERA. His only decision came on July 24 against the Atlanta Braves. He gave up 2 runs in the bottom of 10th inning in the Mets 3-2 loss.
1968 would be his last season in the majors. Connors spent two seasons pitching in the Mets minor league system before retiring as a player. He would than become the Mets batting practice pitcher in 1971 before serving as a Mets minor league pitching coach from 1972-1976.
In 2 seasons as a with the Mets Connors appeared in 15 games with a 0-1 record and 7.67 ERA.
While with the Mets Connors wore number 38 in 1967 and numbers 33 and 45 in 1968.
Bill Connors also played for the Chicago Cubs in 1966.