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The Evening Sun
What makes a legend? Piazza, Griffey Jr. inducted into Cooperstown Baseball Hall of FamePiazza Well Mike, let me be the first to congratulate you today and say you ar
What makes a legend? Piazza, Griffey Jr. inducted into Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame
The Evening Sun / Posted an hour ago
Piazza Well Mike, let me be the first to congratulate you today and say you are �revered�. As a 22-year-old native New Yorker, I grew up idolizing Mike Piazza. Not only was he one of the all-time best catchers for the Mets, and the National... Read more
4h
Roll Call
Sanders a New Headache for Wasserman Schultz in Floridais playing hardball with his new-found political power and has come through on
Sanders a New Headache for Wasserman Schultz in Florida
Roll Call / Posted 4 hours ago
is playing hardball with his new-found political power and has come through on his vow to make his fellow native New Yorker a private citizen again by backing the law professor and political novice with fundraising muscle. And so far, that's... Read more
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Philly.com
Democrats: Better make this a tame bashfraud, a phony, and a con man. The ghostwriter of his bestseller, "The Art of
Democrats: Better make this a tame bash
Philly.com / Posted 5 hours ago
fraud, a phony, and a con man. The ghostwriter of his bestseller, "The Art of the Deal," Tony Schwartz, told The New Yorker the title should have been "The Sociopath." And through it all, Trump grew in strength to the point that the average... Read more
6h
Crain's New York Business
Can Trump save NY's GOP? | Florida bizman slams Cuomo ads | Indian Point fan frozen outto pick as his running mate. Read the interview here. —EEFrom Florida, ex-New Y
Can Trump save NY's GOP? | Florida bizman slams Cuomo ads | Indian Point fan frozen out
Crain's New York Business / Posted 6 hours ago
to pick as his running mate. Read the interview here. —EEFrom Florida, ex-New York businessman slams Cuomo's ads A New Yorker who moved his residence and business to South Florida sees Gov. Andrew Cuomo's TV ads pitching his Start-Up NY program... Read more
7h
Island Packet
Q&A: Alexandra Pelosi's personal politicshe oversimplified money in politics a little bit. It's such a complicated issu
Q&A: Alexandra Pelosi's personal politics
Island Packet / Posted 7 hours ago
he oversimplified money in politics a little bit. It's such a complicated issue ... . People want you to be either (New Yorker staff writer) Jane Mayer and accuse the Koch brothers of destroying our democracy, or they want you to be the true... Read more
8h
The Times & The Sunday Times
Necessary evil: Headphone watchmenuse of headphones seems to be yet another note in the requiem for social skills
Necessary evil: Headphone watchmen
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 8 hours ago
use of headphones seems to be yet another note in the requiem for social skills. In an article written for the New Yorker, Amanda Petrusich muses on the topic, wondering if the use of headphones is just another expression of people's... Read more
9h
The Tyee
A Coup against President Trump? More Likely a Coup by Himpersonality. Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter who wrote Trump’s The Art of the De
A Coup against President Trump? More Likely a Coup by Him
The Tyee / Posted 9 hours ago
personality. Tony Schwartz, the ghostwriter who wrote Trump’s The Art of the Deal considers him a “sociopath”: A New Yorker article quotes him as saying, “I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent... Read more
9h
Otago Daily Times
Kiwi expert gives take on Trumpand terrorism, while continuing America's apparent move towards isolationism.
Kiwi expert gives take on Trump
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 hours ago
and terrorism, while continuing America's apparent move towards isolationism. "Trump's brash, politically-incorrect New Yorker-style doesn't translate well in New Zealand, and he's of course said some really outrageous things. I know he's still... Read more
10h
International Business Times
No Man's Sky developer denies using patented 'superformula', calls issue a 'non-story' they have been busy. We trust that we will be able to discuss this in a normal
No Man's Sky developer denies using patented 'superformula', calls issue a 'non-story'
International Business Times / Posted 10 hours ago
they have been busy. We trust that we will be able to discuss this in a normal way." In an interview with the New Yorker last year, Murray mentioned a "superformula" that he said helped during the game's development as the developer... Read more
10h
The New Zealand Herald
Donald Trump is not the harbinger of doom, says political scientistand terrorism, while continuing America's apparent move towards isolationism.
Donald Trump is not the harbinger of doom, says political scientist
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
and terrorism, while continuing America's apparent move towards isolationism. "Trump's brash, politically-incorrect New Yorker-style doesn't translate well in New Zealand, and he's of course said some really outrageous things. I know he's still... Read more
13h
New York Post
Are any of these celebrity magazines worth reading?of this month’s blahness, there is a home decorating feature dedicated to black
Are any of these celebrity magazines worth reading?
New York Post / Posted 13 hours ago
of this month’s blahness, there is a home decorating feature dedicated to black and white. Even the most black-clad New Yorkers would snooze at these suggestions. Lighten up, Martha!Dr. Oz The Good Life You know that one relative who always... Read more
14h
New York Magazine
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despisedright a lot of the time. But they're also wrong a lot of the time. I wanted to
113 Journalists Surveyed on Why They’re So Despised
New York Magazine / Posted 14 hours ago
right a lot of the time. But they're also wrong a lot of the time. I wanted to write about tar sands long before The New Yorker did the story—every editor I spoke with dismissed it. Editors dismissed my interest in Uganda's murderous anti-gay... Read more
14h
Slate
Why Do People Hate Hillary Clinton So Much?HatersFew figures in American political life have inspired such deep and decade
Why Do People Hate Hillary Clinton So Much?
Slate / Posted 14 hours ago
HatersFew figures in American political life have inspired such deep and decades-long contempt. But why? In 1996, the New Yorker published “Hating Hillary,” Henry Louis Gates’ reported piece on the widespread animosity for the then–First Lady.... Read more
15h
express
Donald Trump slams EU as crony organisation designed to 'compete with the US'ISIS' work". NATO and the EU are not the only two international organisation t
Donald Trump slams EU as crony organisation designed to 'compete with the US'
express / Posted 15 hours ago
ISIS' work". NATO and the EU are not the only two international organisation to come under attack from Trump, with the New Yorker calling the World Trade Organisation and North American Free Trade Agreement "disasters". EPAFormer Speaker of the... Read more
16h
San Antonio Express-News
Dear America, this is how you became obsessed with gunsbeing sued for any violence done with their products. Shultz has since been la
Dear America, this is how you became obsessed with guns
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 hours ago
being sued for any violence done with their products. Shultz has since been laying low. Evan Osnos, a writer at The New Yorker, tracked Shultz down for a recent article on guns. Shultz asked how Osnos found him. "I need to know where the hole... Read more
18h
CNN
What's at stake in Trump vs. Clinton election?Art of the Deal," have no doubt about the likely consequences of Trump's inexpe
What's at stake in Trump vs. Clinton election?
CNN / Posted 18 hours ago
Art of the Deal," have no doubt about the likely consequences of Trump's inexperience. Schwartz told Jane Mayer of The New Yorker, "I genuinely believe if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the... Read more
19h
KESQ Palm Springs
What's at stake in 2016 election?Art of the Deal," have no doubt about the likely consequences of Trump's inexpe
What's at stake in 2016 election?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 19 hours ago
Art of the Deal," have no doubt about the likely consequences of Trump's inexperience. Schwartz told Jane Mayer of The New Yorker, "I genuinely believe if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the... Read more
21h
The Clarion-Ledger
Lynn Evans: Marketing fear by stoking paranoiathe community and undermines the rule of law. A profoundly disturbing story by
Lynn Evans: Marketing fear by stoking paranoia
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 21 hours ago
the community and undermines the rule of law. A profoundly disturbing story by Evans Osnos in the June 27 issue of The New Yorker sheds some light on how we might have arrived at a place where well-armed shooters start killing police. In “Making a... Read more
21h
Stamford Advocate
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tthink it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 year
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Stamford Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
think it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 years of writing books and 20 years at The New Yorker, I now have a kind of platform that allows me to be heard when I sound off on these subjects. And I think it would be... Read more
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22h
Connecticut Post
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tthink it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 year
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 hours ago
think it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 years of writing books and 20 years at The New Yorker, I now have a kind of platform that allows me to be heard when I sound off on these subjects. And I think it would be... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tthink it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 year
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
think it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 years of writing books and 20 years at The New Yorker, I now have a kind of platform that allows me to be heard when I sound off on these subjects. And I think it would be... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Best tip from an edgy advice guru: Be presentarticles and book reviews to The New York Times, is a columnist for Bookforum,
Best tip from an edgy advice guru: Be present
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
articles and book reviews to The New York Times, is a columnist for Bookforum, regularly contributes humor bits to the New Yorker magazine, and was the TV critic for Salon.com for seven years. She lives in Los Angeles, grew up in Durham, N.C., and... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Authors to hold readings of new novels10 Books of the Year and film�rights were recently purchased by Paramount Pictu
Authors to hold readings of new novels
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
10 Books of the Year and film�rights were recently purchased by Paramount Pictures. Called “the weird Thoreau” by the New�Yorker, VanderMeer has edited numerous anthologies and published several novels and short�story collections. His next book,... Read more
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Business Insider
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can'tthink it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 year
Malcolm Gladwell tells us about his beef with billionaires, police violence, and how his new hit podcast lets him explores issues in ways his books can't
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
think it's something we don't talk about enough, and I think that after 15 years of writing books and 20 years at The New Yorker, I now have a kind of platform that allows me to be heard when I sound off on these subjects. And I think it would be... Read more
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MLive.com
Why I'm catching Pokemon at 40, and you should toopeople had downloaded it. I was one of them. As a woman in her mid-forties, I
Why I'm catching Pokemon at 40, and you should too
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
people had downloaded it. I was one of them. As a woman in her mid-forties, I don't fit the Pokemon demographic. The New Yorker reports that "the vast majority of people who have downloaded Pokemon Go were tweens, or younger, when Pokemon first... Read more
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Irish Central
Would Donald Trump actually blow up the world?gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent chance it will lead to the end of
Would Donald Trump actually blow up the world?
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent chance it will lead to the end of civilization,” Tony Schwartz told The New Yorker this week. Who is Schwartz? He is the writer of the phenomenally successful Trump memoir The Art of the Deal the book... Read more
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The Forward
Sorry, Evangelicals, You Can’t Play the Trump Card and the God Card at Same Timethem for a dating website — noting that Pence was very low-key and very religio
Sorry, Evangelicals, You Can’t Play the Trump Card and the God Card at Same Time
The Forward / Posted yesterday
them for a dating website — noting that Pence was very low-key and very religious and that Trump was a brash New Yorker, when The Donald interrupted her. “Religious,” he said. “Religious?” “Religious,” he insisted. “Are you?” she... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
WASP valuesthat stuffy but understated class of Eastern WASPs who were gently mocked by th
WASP values
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
that stuffy but understated class of Eastern WASPs who were gently mocked by the late satirist William Hamilton in the New Yorker. His cartoons depicted a world of Wodehousian clubbiness, cocktail parties and golden retrievers in station wagons. I... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lehmann: Starc could join 300 Test wicket clubwill hope to rattle batsmen with reverse swing, and Starc is a master with the
Lehmann: Starc could join 300 Test wicket club
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
will hope to rattle batsmen with reverse swing, and Starc is a master with the old ball, particularly when his searing yorker finds its groove. "He obviously has air speed, which is going to be important when the ball goes reverse. It's... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
'Plan was to bowl as many maiden overs as possible' - Umesh Yadavand was able to push the ball that allowed him to vary length last second based
'Plan was to bowl as many maiden overs as possible' - Umesh Yadav
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted yesterday
and was able to push the ball that allowed him to vary length last second based how strong the push was. He can sneak in yorker with same action with more higher angle. Both Umesh and Shami bowled well. I had doubts over Shami's fitness and I... Read more
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Rutland Herald
The Trump threat to Americacould not save you. Only people could.� I must confess I was taken aback by th
The Trump threat to America
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
could not save you. Only people could.� I must confess I was taken aback by that scenario. But a few days later in The New Yorker magazine, the specter of a Trump presidency became even darker. Jane Mayer, who is one of the magazine�s top... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mother of slain US Diplomat Stevens wants Trump to stop using his nameStevens.' he wrote on June 21 to Twitter. Last month, Steven's sister, Anne St
Mother of slain US Diplomat Stevens wants Trump to stop using his name
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Stevens.' he wrote on June 21 to Twitter. Last month, Steven's sister, Anne Stevens, said in an interview with The New Yorker that she doesn't hold the former first lady responsible for the attack. She said that the mission in Benghazi was... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Eggers sets latest tale in Alaskaexplorers, thieves, cowboys, settlers, winners and losers in American history.
Eggers sets latest tale in Alaska
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
explorers, thieves, cowboys, settlers, winners and losers in American history. Q. You recently wrote a piece (for The New Yorker) on Donald Trump and his appeal. A. My very subjective view is that Trump’s popularity has less to do with his... Read more
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The Buffalo News
How a bad New Yorker assignment in 1996 turned into deep background reading for us allMichael D. Langan “Mark, you are a total loser! And your book (and writings) s
How a bad New Yorker assignment in 1996 turned into deep background reading for us all
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
Michael D. Langan “Mark, you are a total loser! And your book (and writings) sucks!” David Remnick, the editor of the New Yorker magazine, and Mark Singer, a writer who’s been with that magazine since 1974, have just pulled off a wonderfully... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Alexandra Pelosi wants to take you on a 'light romp into the mega-donors' who fund campaignsin politics a little bit. It's such a complicated issue, but what I have found
Alexandra Pelosi wants to take you on a 'light romp into the mega-donors' who fund campaigns
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
in politics a little bit. It's such a complicated issue, but what I have found is that people want you to be either [New Yorker staff writer] Jane Mayer and accuse the Koch brothers of destroying our democracy, or they want you to be the true... Read more
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New York Post
Hillary runs dangerous risk of being upstaged at convention“dark.” The New York Times, Washington Post, CBS, NBC and ABC all somehow reac
Hillary runs dangerous risk of being upstaged at convention
New York Post / Posted yesterday
“dark.” The New York Times, Washington Post, CBS, NBC and ABC all somehow reached the exact same conclusion. The New Yorker magazine doubled down and called the speech “dark, dark.” Such media groupthink is why Roger Ailes created Fox News... Read more
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Northern Star
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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Queensland Times
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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News Mail
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
News Mail / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Why being lazy at work is a good thinggrowing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is t
Why being lazy at work is a good thing
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
growing evidence for the idea that sometimes the best way to get more done is to do less. A 2012 article in the New Yorker discussed a study in which people were asked to come up with alternative uses for toothpicks. The people that did best... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shelf life: Why John Allemang keeps coming back to Janet Flanner’s Paris Was Yesterdayword about the Holocaust. So a reviewer in London praising a book about betwee
Shelf life: Why John Allemang keeps coming back to Janet Flanner’s Paris Was Yesterday
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
word about the Holocaust. So a reviewer in London praising a book about between-wars Paris written by a tough, stylish New Yorker was exactly right for a suburban kid who couldn’t stand to be defined by his background. We all come from somewhere... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Briefly in the artsWest Side Story, in August. The beloved musical is based on the Shakespearean
Briefly in the arts
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted yesterday
West Side Story, in August. The beloved musical is based on the Shakespearean romance Romeo & Juliet. Tony, an Anglo New Yorker, falls in love with Puerto Rican immigrant, Maria. The two cultures collide after tensions have long simmered. The... Read more
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Fortune
Best Selling Author Malcolm Gladwell Shares His Opinions On Donald Trump and BrexitMalcolm Gladwell, staff writer for the New Yorker and best-selling author of Th
Best Selling Author Malcolm Gladwell Shares His Opinions On Donald Trump and Brexit
Fortune / Posted yesterday
Malcolm Gladwell, staff writer for the New Yorker and best-selling author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, David and Goliath, and What the Dog Saw, talks politics, both in the U.S. and abroad, in an exclusive interview with Fortune during the... Read more
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New York Yankees
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fansMLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fans
New York Yankees / Posted yesterday
MLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony starting live at 1:30. He has spoken often about the tug he felt as an adopted New Yorker, which made a Mets cap on his plaque the obvious choice to a complicated decisi... Read more
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Texas Rangers
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fansMLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fans
Texas Rangers / Posted yesterday
MLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony starting live at 1:30. He has spoken often about the tug he felt as an adopted New Yorker, which made a Mets cap on his plaque the obvious choice to a complicated decisi... Read more
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Pittsburgh Pirates
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fansMLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fans
Pittsburgh Pirates / Posted yesterday
MLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony starting live at 1:30. He has spoken often about the tug he felt as an adopted New Yorker, which made a Mets cap on his plaque the obvious choice to a complicated decisi... Read more
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Washington Nationals
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fansMLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony
Mike Piazza's Hall call special to Mets fans
Washington Nationals / Posted yesterday
MLB Network and MLB.com at 11 a.m. ET, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony starting live at 1:30. He has spoken often about the tug he felt as an adopted New Yorker, which made a Mets cap on his plaque the obvious choice to a complicated decisi... Read more
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