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HALL OF FAME INDUCTION 2016

Fans Acclaim

Piazza, Griffey

Inductee Mike Piazza, who will entered Baseball's Shrine tomorrow, and wife and former Playboy Bunny Alicia Rickter smile at the acclaim received from Mets fans and the baseball public generally as they rode in the annual Legends of Baseball Parade that ended a few minutes ago in downtown Cooperstown (AllOTSEGO.com)
Inductee Mike Piazza, who will entered Baseball’s Shrine tomorrow, and wife and former Playboy Bunny Alicia Rickter smile at the acclaim received from Mets fans and the baseball public generally as they rode in the annual Parade of Legends that ended a few minutes ago in downtown Cooperstown (AllOTSEGO.com)

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