Sunday, April 29, 2007
BY DON BURKE
Star-Ledger Staff

WASHINGTON — It takes a lot to make an impression on most major league baseball players, wrapped as they are in their own me-first, where’s-my-room-service, February-through-October cocoons.

But visits this weekend to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and to Walter Reed Army Medical Center here by a handful of Mets players, executives, coaches and support personnel, stopped them in their tracks.

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