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  • When he broke Carlton Fisk's record, teammates gave him a 6-liter bottle of Château d'Yquem.

    Mike Piazza

  • When he broke Carlton Fisk's record in 2004, his teammates gave him a 6-liter bottle of another great Bordeaux, 1989 Château d'Yquem, one of the greatest sweet wines in the world.

    Mike Piazza

  • During that time Mr. Piazza helped his team reach the playoffs twice (1999 and 2000), broke Carlton Fisk's record for greatest number of home runs by a catcher (Mr. Piazza had 427 during his career) and made a deeply emotional two-run home run that secured a Mets victory in their first post-9/11 game.

    Mike Piazza

  • Photos: Fisk on the Lower East Side Nick Brandreth for The Wall Street Journal Fisk's lobster tail scramble comes with scrambled eggs, grilled corn and a baked potato topped with black lumpfish caviar.

    Where Herring Rules

  • On weekends, choose from Fisk's café menu, the brunch menu and the menu at White Slab Palace next door.

    Fisk: Where Herring Rules

  • Carlton Fisk's famous home run was hit early the next morning.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • When Fisk's Red Sox teammates piled on him at home plate, there were strangers bouncing up and down in the frenzy.

    Baseball's Romp on the Wild Side

  • I was told truckers were flashing their lights all over the New England roadways when Fisk's fly ball crashed into the foul pole.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Robert Fisk's article in the UK Independent on Saudi forces mobilizing thousands of troops to "quell growing revolt" brought me back nearly 38 years to the first oil shock of 1973.

    Kelly Rigg: Preparing for the Next Oil Shock

  • During a busy Q&A session, a particular reporter from a London based pan-Arab daily took her time saying how much she admired Fisk's work, before asking him what he thought would happen to the region in five years.

    Faisal J. Abbas: If Only Journalism Could Be Franchised

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