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After being elected into the Hall of Fame on Wednesday, Mike Piazza announced yesterday that he will be immortalized as a member of the Mets. His plaque will join Tom Seaver's as the only two in Cooperstown wearing Mets hats.
Piazza took some time to reflect on his most meaningful home run.
The Mets are going to follow up and retire Piazza's No. 31 later this year.
Sandy Alderson made an appearance at the Hall of Fame press conference and said that his cancer treatments are going well. He also commented on the notion that the club is unwilling to expand payroll.
Jerry Seinfeld had some fun with a random Mets fan at a recent stand-up performance.
Around the National League East
The Good Phight did a good job celebrating National Bobblehead Day.
Atlanta has invited some of its most talented prospects to spring training.
Around the majors
Curtis Pride, who has appeared in more major league games than any other deaf player, was named the newest Ambassador for Inclusion by commissioner Rob Manfred.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Chris Gaine said it's time for the Mets to retire Piazza's number, and it sounds like the team is going to do just that.
Here are some of Piazza's most memorable Mets moments.
Yours truly reviewed the 2015 campaign of Lucas Duda.
This date in Mets history
Another famous Mets catcher was voted into the Hall of Fame.