This weekend is a big one for New Yorkers as it is the annual induction ceremony at the Baseball Hall of Fame: Set to be inducted this year are Mike Piazza and Ken Griffey Jr.

Piazza will go into the Hall as a Met and owner of the most home runs ever at the catcher position. Griffey will enter as a Mariner and owner from potentially the prettiest swing in baseball history.

To talk about the two players impact and about the Hall of Fame induction as a whole, we brought in Baseball Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson. He told us how many people to expect this year and what time we should leave from Albany to get there.

Also, would the Hall have let Jr. have a backwards cap on his plaque?

LISTEN HERE as Jeff Idelson joins Rodger Wyland on 'Big Board Sports.'