Making it in the majors: the best MLB rookie seasons

[post_page_title]Mike Piazza[/post_page_title]
Year: 1993
Team: Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Piazza is one of the most dominant catchers in MLB history when it comes to offense. He made his debut in the majors in September of 1992, but didn’t have enough plate appearances for it to be considered his rookie season (which turned out to be a blessing). During his actual rookie season with the LA Dodgers in 1993, Piazza hit .318/.370/.561 with 174 hits and 112 runs batted in and 35 home runs. He was unanimously chosen NL Rookie of the Year.

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