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Index The anti-Piazza block of scribes claims that due to nothing more than a case of back acne, index Piazza is guilty of being a juicer. Index There’s absolutely no proof of a positive drug test nor was Piazza’s name mentioned in the Mitchell Report that links Piazza to usage of PED’s. Index  For every voter who casts a ballot minus Piazza’ name on it, index 1, index000 Tweets of “You’re an asshole” hit Twitter. Index I’ve tried to figure out why these baseball writers would embarrass themselves by not only leaving Piazza off their ballot but be so public about it. Index My conclusion is it’s not about the steroids it’s that the writers just don’t like Mike.

Index Think about it, index baseball writers and players have feuded for years. Index Ted Williams hated the Boston scribes and vice-versa. Index When Williams was inducted in 1966, index 27 voters left the Splendid Splinter off their ballot. Index Look how long it took Eddie Murray and Jim Rice to be enshrined. Index Murray and Rice hated the press and made their life difficult so when the time came, index the writers turned the tables on them with some out and out hate. Index How about Albert Belle? Take a look at the 10 seasons Belle but together and argue that he is not worthy of a plaque in Cooperstown. Index Do you know what percentage of votes Belle received?  In 2006, index his first season on the ballot, index Belle got 7.7 % of the votes. Index In 2007 he garnered 3.5 % of the vote which in turn made him ineligible to be on any future ballot. Index A player who finished his career prematurely due to injury with a line of .295/.369/.564 and 381 HR 1239 RBI gets just two years on the ballot and goes from 7.7 % of the vote to a messily 3.5% ? Now that’s hate. Index I know Belle was a prick with ears to everyone he encountered in the game  but it goes to show that when the members of the BBWAA can get revenge they go on an all-out assault, index which in my very convoluted way brings me back to Mike Piazza.

Index I don’t recall Piazza having any real animosity with the media except for when the NY Post questioned his sexuality. Index Piazza was never a great quote machine (neither is the sainted Jeets) and I’ve never heard of any “feud” between Piazza and the media so this could just be something in my own mind that fuels the feeling the press is out to get Piazza. Index Other than that or a positive drug test how could you not vote for Mike Piazza for the baseball Hall of Fame?

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