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Yankees will honor Mariano Rivera with plaque on August 14

The New York Yankees will be honoring Mariano Rivera with a plaque in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium before an Aug. 14 game against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Yankees promo schedule is out! Don't miss Mo's Monument Park plaque dedication on 8/14. https://t.co/Yvlu1SHGFc pic.twitter.com/zOO0vvljxC — New York Yankees (@Yankees) February 11, 2016 Rivera is unquestionably worthy...
Via Sportsnaut
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It's Mariano Rivera's turn to be immortalized in Monument Park

NEW YORK -- The Yankees will dedicate a plaque for retired relief pitcher Mariano Rivera in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium on Aug. 14 before a game against Tampa Bay.Rivera, who retired after the 2013 season, helped New York win five World Series. He is the major-league career saves leader in the regular season (652) and postseason (42).New York, which made the announcement Thursday...
Via Associated Press
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Yankees legend Mariano Rivera to receive plaque in Monument Park on August 14

Rivera is the all-time leader in saves The Yankees announced their promotional schedule for 2016, including several bobblehead days (Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, among others) and Alex Rodriguez replica bat day. But perhaps the biggest date on the calendar is Sunday, August 14, when the Yankees will dedicate a plaque to legendary closer Mariano...
Via NJ.com
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Yankees to dedicate plaque to Mariano Rivera on Aug 14

NEW YORK (AP) The Yankees will dedicate a plaque for retired relief pitcher Mariano Rivera in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium on Aug. 14 before a game against Tampa Bay. Rivera, who retired after the 2013 season, helped New York win five World Series. He is the major league career saves leader in the regular season (652) and postseason (42). New York, which made the announcement...
Via Associated Press
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Yankees don't sign Mariano Rivera's son: Report

The Yankees announced Saturday that draft pick Mariano Rivera Jr., the son of their retired legendary closer, did not sign a contract before Friday's deadline.The team had selected Rivera Jr., a righthander from Iona College, in the 29th round of the June amateur draft. Rivera Jr. has decided he will return to school for his junior year.The Yankees did sign 27 of the 38 other players...
Via The Other Paper
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Metallica tries to move on after Mariano Rivera in ESPN spot

Twenty years ago, you would’ve never seen Metallica taking part in pre-game ceremonies at Yankee Stadium or taking batting practice with the San Francisco Giants. Then again, you would’ve never thought they’d cut their hair either. Is it possible the Roll Hall of Famers have seemingly mellowed out a touch as they’ve gotten older.  Consider this, they just appeared in an...
Via Hall of Very Good
July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Yankees draft Mariano Rivera's son

A year ago, while he was mid-way through his last season in the Majors, the Harlem Globetrotters “drafted” Mariano Rivera.  Saturday, probably as a favor to the all-time saves leader, the New York Yankees selected Mariano Rivera III in the 29th round of the MLB Draft. “It was amazing, a good feeling,” younger Rivera said of getting drafted. “Some random number called me...
Via Hall of Very Good
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

For Your Saturday Viewing Pleasure: Mariano Rivera In Panama

When I noticed an email from MLB in my inbox this morning promoting a video of last week's Legends Series in Panama, I was like, so what? The series honoring Mariano Rivera was, after all, old news. However, when I watched the video I saw things I hadn't seen before when watching coverage of the series.  The video doesn't include any game footage. It is basically a timeline...
Via Lady At The Bat
March 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Looking ahead to the Hall of Fame ballot of 2015

  The plethora of big names appearing on the ballot for the Hall of Fame won’t be disappearing anytime soon. Wednesday saw three played elected to Cooperstown by the Baseball Writers Association of America since 1999. All three were big, big names. There was also almost a fourth, with Craig Biggio falling two votes short. Had he been elected, it would’ve been the first time...
Via isportsweb.com
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Mariano Rivera has funny gift idea for Derek Jeter

Recently retired New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was making a public appearance on Wednesday morning when the topic of what would be the perfect gift for some of his more prominent ex-teammates came up. Rivera, handing out gifts at a Dick’s Sporting Goods in Manhattan while wearing a Santa hat, joked about what the […]The post Mariano Rivera has the perfect gift idea for...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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