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         Piazza Mike:     more books (19)
  1. Mike Piazza (Baseball Superstars) by Nick Friedman, 2007-07-30
  2. Mike Piazza: Mike and the Mets (Baseball Superstar) by Marty Noble, 1999-05-01
  3. Mike Piazza (Baseball Legends) by Brant James, Earl Weaver, 1997-04
  4. 2006 World Baseball Classic Players of Italy: Mike Piazza, Lenny Dinardo, Frank Catalanotto, Jason Grilli, Dan Miceli, Valentino Pascucci
  5. Mike Piazza: Phenomenal Catcher (Sports Greats) by Tom Owens, 1998-08
  6. Super Sports Star Mike Piazza by Michael J. Pellowski, 2004-01
  7. Mike Piazza: Hard-Hitting Catcher (The Achievers) by Jeff Savage, 1997-06
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  9. Beckett Baseball Card Monthly Dec 1993 (Front cover featuring Mike Piazza, Vol. 10, No. 12 Issue #105)
  10. Mike Piazza Flipp Book (0001 Series, Volume 31 in series) by Inc. 2002 Flipp Sports/Flipptastix, 2002
  11. Águilas de Mexicali Players: Fernando Valenzuela, Mike Piazza, Jonny Gomes, Hensley Meulens, John Kruk, Rudy Seánez, Cristhian Presichi
  12. Mike Piazza: An entry from Gale's <i>Notable Sports Figures</i> by Barbra J Smerz, 2004
  13. Beckett Baseball Card Monthly Jul 1994 (Front cover featuring Manny Ramirez, Vol. 11, No. 7 Issue #112)
  14. Baseball Superstars (Starlog Celebrity Series Presents) by George Napolitano, 1998

41. - Biography - Mike Piazza
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Piazza, "Mike" (Michael J.)
b. Sept. 4, 1968, Norristown, PA
Career Hitting Stats Other Resources When Piazza joined the NL's Los Angeles Dodgers near the end of the 1992 season after having been a 62nd-round choice in the 1988 free agent draft, there was considerable joking in the media about the fact that he was the godson of Dodger manager Tommy LaSorda and was with the Dodgers only because of the friendship between the two families. He hit only .232 in 21 games that season. However, in 1993 the 6-foot-3, 197-pound Piazza became the team's starting catcher and ended the joking by winning the league's rookie of the year award. He had a .318 average with 35 home runs and 118 RBI. Piazza was the first rookie of the year to drive in more than 100 runs and his home run total was a record for a rookie catcher. Piazza hit .319 with 24 home runs in 1994, when the Dodgers played only 114 games because of the players' strike, and in 1995 he batted .346 to finish second to Tony Gwynn in National League hitting. He had 32 homers that season and he hit 36 in 1996, when he batted .336 and had 105 RBI to finish second in MVP voting. Piazza's best overall offensive season was 1997, when he hit .362 with 40 home runs and 124 RBI. He was only the third catcher to hit 40 home runs in a season, after Roy Campanella and Todd Hundley. Again, he was second in the MVP vote.

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