FILE - In this Aug. 6, 1998, file photo, New York Mets' John Olerud bats against San Francisco Giants pitcher Orel Hershiser in the third inning of a baseball game in New York. The Casey Stengel You Could Look It Up award from the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America went to former Mets first baseman Olerud, who batted .354 in 1998. That remains the highest single-season mark in franchise history.
FILE - In this Aug. 6, 1998, file photo, New York Mets' John Olerud bats against San Francisco Giants pitcher Orel Hershiser in the third inning of a baseball game in New York. The Casey Stengel You Could Look It Up award from the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America went to former Mets first baseman Olerud, who batted .354 in 1998. That remains the highest single-season mark in franchise history. John Dunn, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Aug. 6, 1998, file photo, New York Mets' John Olerud bats against San Francisco Giants pitcher Orel Hershiser in the third inning of a baseball game in New York. The Casey Stengel You Could Look It Up award from the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America went to former Mets first baseman Olerud, who batted .354 in 1998. That remains the highest single-season mark in franchise history. John Dunn, File AP Photo

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