Great Moments in Satire

Today I wrote a post pretending to be Mike Piazza, confused at his failure to be elected to the Hall of Fame. It went up about a half hour after the voting results came in and contained comments and arguments I have been writing under my own byline for several years. I figured, therefore, it could not have possibly been assumed by anyone to actually be a column written by Mike Piazza.

Enough people assumed it was actually written by Mike Piazza, however, to where I later felt obligated to clarify that this was, in fact, a joke.

This is why we cannot have nice things people.

Great Moments in Satire

Craig Calcaterra

Craig is the national baseball writer for NBCSports.com. He writes about things other than sports at Craigcalcaterra.com. He lives in New Albany, Ohio with his wife, two kids, and many cats.

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