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New York Yankees
New York Yankees 1 — Miami Marlins 6
The Yankees lost to the Miami Marlins by a score of 6-1.
Adam Warren started today’s game for the Yankees and did not do as bad as his statistics show. In 4 innings, Warren gave up four runs on six hits but three of the four runs came on outs. Reliever Chase Whitley gave up a pair of runs in his inning of work, including a run-scoring triple. Shawn Kelley continues to work to earn a spot on the Yankees bullpen with a scoreless inning of work.
Brett Gardner was held hitless for his second straight game but was able to reach base again with a walk. Melky Mesa got two hits and scored once as he continues to be a front-runner for the vacant outfield spot with Curtis Granderson’s injury. Thomas Neal brought in the only run on a double in the 4th inning.
Win – Nathan Eovaldi
Loss – Adam Warren
*Thomas Neal – 1 for 2, BB, 2B, RBI (2)
*Melky Mesa – 2 for 4, R
*Adeiny Hechavarria – 2 for 2, R, 3B, 2 RBI (5)
*Matt Downs – 1 for 2, 2B, 2 RBI (3)
BEST OF MAXIM
Mariano Rivera‘s career has been special, to say the least. So with Rivera’s farewell tour expected to kick off soon, it’s a good time to reflect on just how impressive he’s been since becoming the Yankees’ closer.
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From ESPN New York:
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Everyone knew it was coming, but Mariano Rivera made it official on Saturday morning.
The long-time Yankees closer will retire following the 2013 season. Rivera held a news conference on Saturday morning in Tampa, Fla., to announce his decision.
“It’s official now. After this year, I will be retired,” Rivera said.
By announcing his retirement now, that allows Rivera to go on...
Photo: Mark Feinsand's Twitter feed
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera returned from injuries to make their 2013 spring training debuts Saturday in the New York Yankees' 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
The 38-year-old Jeter was a designated hitter and singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking his left ankle on Oct. 13 in the AL championship series opener. Jeter, who missed...
Rather than contributing to the injury front, the New York
Yankees have finally gotten some great returns from it. Superstars Derek Jeter
and Mariano Rivera both made their 2013 Spring Training debuts on March 9
against the Atlanta Braves.
Rivera pitched a perfect fifth inning for the Yankees by
retiring the side on a popup and two called strike threes. It was his first...