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TIGHT LOSS TO A DIVISION RIVAL
Cliff Floyd, Mike Piazza and Mike Jacobs connected for home runs off the Atlanta Braves’ Tim Hudson, but it wasn’t enough to beat the divisional opponents, who won 7-4.
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BELTING IT WITH THE BELTRAN BOBBLEHEAD
The Mets got their own “Mr. October” when they signed postseason power-hitter Carlos Beltran in 2005, the year his bobblehead was issued. He earned an All-Star nod in his first year as a Met, then bro ...
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A PRO WHO COULD THROW, PEDRO MARTINEZ
With a pitching legacy that included Tom Seaver, Doc Gooden, Jerry Koosman, Jon Matlack and Nolan Ryan, the Mets have had some of the best talent in baseball. The addition of Pedro Martinez in 2005 ad ...
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A PINT-SIZED PEDRO
Just 5’11” and 170 pounds, righty Pedro Martinez was one of the most powerful hurlers in baseball history. His skill came in his extraordinary talent for five different pitches: the four-seam fastball ...
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MANAGING SOME TIME WITH WILLIE RANDOLPH
With a storied career already behind him, former player Willie Randolph returned to the Mets as manager in 2005, when this bobblehead was issued. In his first season at the helm, Randolph guided the M ...
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MIKE’S FINAL SEASON AS A MET, 2005
Mike Piazza had a productive day in the batter’s box during a 7-5 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies at home. He notched 4 hits, including a three-run homer in the 8th inning. Piazza hit 44 career ...
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FANS SAY FAREWELL TO MIKE PIAZZA, 2005
Mike Piazza suited up as a Met for the 972nd and final time on October 2, 2005. The Mets lost to the Colorado Rockies at home, 11-3. After eight seasons in New York, Piazza secured his place as a fran ...
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CROWNING AN ALL-STAR
In 2005, Mike Piazza was named an All-Star for the 12th and final time of his career. He wore this batting helmet during the ASG, a 7-5 AL defeat of the NL at Comerica Park. Piazza batted .240 with 2 ...