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Mon, 1998-10-26

Potential free agent All-Star catcher Mike Piazza signs the most lucrative contract in major league history when he agrees to terms with the New York Mets. The seven-year deal is worth over $91 million and includes having a suite on road trips and a luxury box for home games at Shea Stadium.

 

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