Baseball Cards Daily: #cardSTOCK – Mike Piazza, Hall of Fame

Baseball Cards Daily: #cardSTOCK – Mike Piazza, Hall of Fame – From a lowly 62nd round pick in 1988 to one of the best catchers of all time, Piazza, who was the 1993 National League Rookie of the Year and a 12-time All-Star, was a generational talent. Piazza is a part of an elite group — he’s one of only 18 catchers who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame and holds the record for most home runs by a catcher. That’s special! When he played, Piazza was a hobby favorite. Now, he’s sort of a forgotten legend. That shouldn’t happen to an all-time great. He should be in your collection!

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Three of Mike Piazza’s key cards can be found in the following products:

  • 1993 Topps Finest
  • 2000 Upper Deck Legends
  • 1992 Bowman

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Baseball Cards Daily: #cardSTOCK - Mike Piazza, Hall of Fame

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Chris Steuber

Chris has been collecting baseball cards for over 30 years, having gotten a start in the business at a young age. Considered an expert in the field, he continues to collect and is active on the secondary market where he continues to buy, sell and trade baseball cards. Chris is a sports talk host and marketing professional. He is a former Director of Player Personnel in the Arena Football League , an NFL Draft Analyst and NFL and Philadelphia Eagles Insider. You can follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisSteuber and his advice on baseball cards @BBCardsDaily
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