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IN MIKE’S WORDS: HOME RUN EUPHORIA
So how did Mike Piazza feel when he hit his first home run at age 12? He’ll tell you all about it!
IN MIKE’S WORDS: NO COMFORT ZONE
Do you want to be great or do you want to be comfortable? Mike Piazza looks back on his motivational philosophy.
IN MIKE’S WORDS: SUBWAY SERIES
Mets legend and National Baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza reflects on the electric nature of the Mets-Yankees rivalry.
POWER-HITTING PIAZZA METS HALL OF FAME PLAQUE
Mike Piazza’s rise to greatness was unexpected, considering he’d been passed over in the 1988 draft until the 62nd round. He came to the Mets in a 1998 trade and represented the franchise in the All-S ...
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.
D’ARNAUD JERSEY FROM PIAZZA RETIREMENT NIGHT
Catcher Travis d’Arnaud wore this jersey as part of the celebration of another Mets backstop: Mike Piazza. The special Piazza patches were included on all Mets uniforms as part of his no. 31 retiremen ...
BACK IN THE PLAYOFFS, 1999
After a red-hot 97-66 season, the Mets returned to the postseason in 1999 for the first time in over a decade. They defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLDS, then faced a tough Atlanta Braves tea ...
NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPS!
The 2001 yearbook commemorated the pennant-winning Mets of the previous season. The 2000 team won over the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS for the fourth pennant in franchise history. The Mets ultimat ...
METS OLD AND NEW, 2002
Mets legends remain a cherished part of the franchise’s history and the team celebrated some of them during the club’s 40th anniversary season. From inaugural manager Casey Stengel and Tom “The Franch ...
FORTY YEARS AT SHEA, 2004
Generations of Mets fans passed through the Shea Stadium turnstiles during its 40-year history, which the team celebrated in the 2004 season. There were a lot of memories — and a lot of Mets wins — ov ...