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A Mike Lookalike: Mike Piazza Bobblehead
Mike Piazza was a frequent subject of Mets bobblehead giveaways. He donned the team’s home uniform pinstripes from 1998 to 2005.
At the Topps of His Game: Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza was no stranger to appearing on baseball cards. Topps issued a special card during the 2016 season marking his no. 31 jersey retirement by the Mets.
Back in the Playoffs: 1999 Mets Yearbook
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 ...
Citi Field Celebrates No. 31: Mike Piazza
No. 31 was immortalized above the Citi Field upper deck during Mike Piazza’s jersey retirement ceremony. Piazza was the 15th and final Met to wear the number.
Citi Field Still Remembers Mike Piazza
Although Mike Piazza was retired from MLB by the time Citi Field opened in 2009, he was still a beloved figure in the Mets franchise. His no. 31 would later be retired at the ballpark during the 2016 ...
Cooperstown Calls Up Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza spoke after news of his induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He received 83 percent of votes from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America on his fourth ballot appearance ...
Crowning an All-Star: Mike Piazza
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 ...
Curtain Call for Piazza
Considering the dramatics of the moment, everyone anticipated a curtain call from Mike Piazza after his go-ahead home run in the 8th inning. Shortly after returning to the dugout, Piazza met those exp ...
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 ...
Dealing Some Defense: Mike Piazza
As part of his role as backstop, Mike Piazza kept a careful eye on opposing baserunners. In 2003, he caught 28 percent of players trying to steal, the highest percentage of his Mets career.