Going into his 11th season in the Majors, New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza has only batted under .300 once in his illustrious career - his rookie year. Look for Piazza, a great all-around player, to add to last year's 36 trips around the bags and 94 RBIs. Back in December, the Mets added former MVP Mo Vaughn to their roster in a trade with the Anaheim Angels. This could be a big year for the big man (he goes about 270), but only if he can stay healthy - he missed all of 2001 due to a torn bicep. Keep close tabs on another Mets player, switch-hitter Roberto Alomar. Picked up in the off-season, the second baseman finished last year in a Cleveland uniform with a .336 average. As the 2002 lineup takes shape, it's clear this could be a huge year for the other New York team. Can you say "Subway Series Part 2"?

What do you do after winning the World Series and hitting a career-best 33 home runs? If you're Reggie Sanders, you ink a one-year deal with the San Francisco Giants. The Giants will be his fifth team in as many years, but that doesn't seem to bother the 34-year-old outfielder. "I had other opportunities this year, but something in my heart tells me the Giants are the best fit and have the best chance to win a world championship," he says.