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Mariano Rivera

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  • Musselman stood tall for CdM

    Musselman stood tall for CdM
    Once the fourth quarter started, Alex Musselman was under fire from all directions. Musselman had "only" six saves entering that fourth quarter in a CIF Southern Section Division I semifinal match against Foothill on Feb. 23. The Corona del Mar High...
  • NY Yankees and Derek Jeter Agree To 3-Year $51M Deal

    NY Yankees and Derek Jeter Agree To 3-Year $51M Deal
    Derek Jeter is keeping his pinstripes, just like everyone expected all along. The iconic shortstop and the New York Yankees reached a preliminary agreement Saturday on a $51 million, three-year contract with an $8 million player option for 2014, a person...
  • Power rankings: No. 2 Yankees

    Power rankings: No. 2 Yankees
    No. 2 Yankees: 29th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Angels. Can we have a mulligan? That's what Hal Steinbrenner or Randy Levine, the Yankees' president, is believed to have asked either Commissioner Bud Selig or Rob Manfred, Major...
  • Granderson Leads Yanks Past Twins

    Granderson Leads Yanks Past Twins
    As Yankee legend and Hall of Famer Yogi Berra once said, "it isn't over 'till it's over." That cute and famous saying could not have been more true for the Yankees last night as they defeated the Twins 7-6. It looked like it was going to be a rough day...
  • Note to Orioles fans: Don't celebrate Rivera injury

    Note to Orioles fans: Don't celebrate Rivera injury
    All-time saves leader Mariano Rivera didn't deserve what happened to him yesterday, and classy Orioles fans will not celebrate the ACL injury that likely will bring a slightly early end to his terrific career. We hate the Yankees. That's part of any...
  • Mariano Rivera tears his anterior cruciate ligament in batting practice

    Mariano Rivera tears his anterior cruciate ligament in batting practice
    Mariano Rivera sustained a torn anterior cruciate ligament and mensicus in his right knee while shagging balls during batting practice Thursday evening. The Yankees' 12-time all-star pitcher caught his cleat where the grass meets the warning track in...
  • Showalter: Mariano Rivera's pregame shagging routine 'part of why he's been so good'

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter was Marian Rivera’s first big-league manager with the Yankees before then, he watched baseball’s all-time saves leader develop through the minor leagues. So for Showalter, watching the video footage of Rivera...
  • The Pinstripe Postal Service: Answering Your Yankee Questions, One Week at a Time

    The Pinstripe Postal Service: Answering Your Yankee Questions, One Week at a Time
    The Yankees debate over who will be in their Starting Rotation ended when Pineda went to the 15 Day-DL. Who do you think would have been cut if the injury did not occur and what will happen when Pineda's healthy? Or when Andy Pettite is deemed ready to...
  • Andino: 'I ain't a future teller'

    Andino: 'I ain't a future teller'
    Second baseman Robert Andino said he believes his war of words with New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin at the end of Monday’s game was a misunderstanding – nothing more. “Just heat of the moment, boys being boys,” Andino...
  • Andino says spat with Yankees' Martin a misunderstanding

    Andino says spat with Yankees' Martin a misunderstanding
    Orioles second baseman Robert Andino said his war of words with New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin as Monday's game ended was simply miscommunication between two competitive people. "Just heat of the moment, boys being boys," Andino said. "We had...
  • Orioles squander chances vs. Yankees, lose in 12 innings

    Orioles squander chances vs. Yankees, lose in 12 innings
    The night was staged for Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen to take the spotlight. And with more than 1 million viewers in his native Taiwan watching his big league debut half a world away at 7 a.m. there, Chen nearly pitched well enough to earn his first...