Found October 26, 2012 on The Victory Formation:

It was believed earlier this season that Mariano Rivera would return to the New York Yankees as a 43-year-old coming off of surgery on a torn ACL. He even told reporters to “write it down,” when he spoke with them … Continue reading →

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  • It sure would suck if his career ends this way, The Greatest Closer Ever should go out on the mound. I have to believe he will come back. Then the Yankees will have the toughest 7-8-9 option in baseball, Robertson, Soriano and Rivera. In games that the Yankees are leading after 6 innings they'll be very tough to beat.
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