Piazza Interview on WFAN

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    Piazza Interview on WFAN

     

    Obviously plugging his new book, Longshot. He sounds like a great guy; wishful thinking, but I hope he was clean (beyond what he admitted to). A couple of anecdotes:

     

    - It's amazing he didn't charge that lunatic Clemens in the WS.

    - The dramatic HR he hit off of Steve Karsay (1st game in NY after 9/11)

    - This will surprise no one: BV gave him a sign to throw a curve. The ball was hit out. At the end of the inning, he says to Piazza: "Who the heck told U to listen to me? I order you to never do that again!"

    Some curiosities about his childhood as well. I wasn't going to read this book, but I may now. Wasn't that the intent?

     

    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/?podcast_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.podtrac.com%2Fpts%2Fredirect.mp3%2Fnyc.podcast.play.it%2Fmedia%2Fd0%2Fd0%2Fd1%2Fd2%2Fd6%2FdM%2FdA%2F126MA_3.MP3%3Fauthtok%3D5562010863150293234_8AntCNr2DMd3iGwM2sYC4GPwW6k&podcast_name=Mike+Francesa+with+Mike+Piazza&podcast_artist=Mike+Francesa&station_id=62&tag=pages&dcid=CBS.NY

     

     

     
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    Re: Piazza Interview on WFAN

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    He wasn't clean, but some players were. I'm not buying his book, nor does this dope head have any business in any place but the PED Hall of Shame.



    Unfortunately, I believe you're right. But that goes for about 80% of the players then, and probably 40% now.

     

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