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Digging Mike Piazza’s Results in the Dugout
Mets teammates bumped fists Mike Piazza in the Shea Stadium dugout during a 5-2 win over the Florida Marlins. Piazza hit his 13th home run of the season and tallied 4 RBIs in the game.
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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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Home Run Apple Celebrates Mike Piazza
Citi Field hosted a fitting tribute to Mike Piazza with his no. 31 jersey retirement ceremony. Even the iconic Home Run Apple got into the spirit. Piazza made the original Apple rise with 105 home run ...
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Honoring the NL Champs: 2001 Mets Yearbook
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 ...
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Lineup Card: Mets vs. Braves, 2005
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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Memento for Mike: Mike Piazza Bobblehead
For all of his accomplishments as a Met, Mike Piazza deserved a bobblehead treatment. After eight seasons in New York, Piazza ended up in both the Mets and National Baseball Hall of Fames, and the fra ...
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Mets Fans Show Love for Mike Piazza
Mike Piazza gave Mets fans plenty to cheer about over the years. He was an All-Star in seven of eight seasons as a Met, tallying 220 home runs. The Mets retired his no. 31 in July 2016, the same month ...
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Mike Piazza 1999 Topps Baseball Card
After being traded to the Mets early in the 1998 season, Mike Piazza played his first full season in New York in 1999. He had a great year, matching career-highs in home runs (40) and RBIs (124).
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Mike Piazza at Mets HOF Induction Ceremony
Mike Piazza took a familiar stance posing with a commemorative home plate during his Mets Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The franchise all-time great catcher played backstop from 1998 to 2005.
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Mike Piazza Autographed Baseball Bat
With a bat as his weapon, Mike Piazza regularly made baseballs disappear. He led the Mets in home runs in his first five seasons with the team from 1998 to 2002.