Believe it or not, the New York Yankees are officially done playing baseball this season. The next time we see them take the field in a regular season game will be on April 1st, 2014 in, where else, Houston – the same place they just ended their season.
When the Yankees come back next season, there will probably be a lot of things different with the roster, but the biggest of all changes will be the loss of Mariano Rivera, the greatest closer of all-time.
Rivera spent 19-years in the big leagues, racking up 652 saves, 42 in the postseason, with an astonishing postseason ERA of 0.70. Mo’s greatness on and off the field will forever be unmatched, and he’ll me missed be every living sole associated to the great game of baseball.
Here are the Top-10 Mo-ments of Mariano Rivera remarkable career:
10. Mo’s Major League Debut — May 23, 1995:
It was the beginning of an era. In a late-May game against the then California Angels, Yankees manager Buck Showalter – now managing the Baltimore Orio...