Former Dodger Great Mike Piazza Visits The Jim Rome Show

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Pizza and Rome discuss the Coronavirus, Living in Italy, and post 911 in addition to other interesting topics. If you are working from home or just quarantined, have a listen.

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2 thoughts on “Former Dodger Great Mike Piazza Visits The Jim Rome Show

  1. To me, the worst trade in team history. Yeah, Pedro would be in the top 10, but trading an everyday stud for the crap they got back, was moronic. Yeah Sheffield had a few good seasons, but the rest of the return sucked. Sheffield admitted he never really gave his all on the field. Never respected him, and like Bonds, never liked him. Hope neither of them ever gets in the hall. In lieu of baseball, I have been watching my movies. I have over 5000 so I can hold out a long time.

  2. One thing I remember about Rome is how irritating and self effacing the guy could be. His have a take and don’t suck used to irritate me so much I would just shut him off.

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