Mike Piazza set the record for most career home runs by a catcher on May 5, 2004.
Seeing as Keith Hernandez and Mike Piazza both hit career milestones on April 26ths in the past, the chance that your favorite Met did something good today is pretty high.
Ralph Kiner did the honors, raising the National League championship banner over Shea Stadium, as more than 53,000 Mets fans welcomed home the franchise’s first pennant winners in 14 years on this date in 2001.
If you think the Mets' 2013 Opening Day lineup will be the worst ever, know that it has some stiff competition
Ten years ago today, in an otherwise meaningless spring contest, Mike Piazza charged the mound after the Dodgers' Guillermo Mota hit the Mets' catcher in the shoulder after having brushed him back with the previous pitch.
The late Venezuelan president made a trip to Flushing for one of the weirdest, longest nights in Shea Stadium history.
Part of Outsports’ series on our 100 most important moments in gay sports history. Baseball, 2002. In the June/July 2002 issue of Details magazine, then-New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine said...
Via Deadspin, we learn that the fomer Dodgers and Mets catcher Mike Piazza is writing his autobiography. Piazza is perhaps most well known for his bizarre 2002 press conference where he declared he...