Mariano Rivera injured his knee as he was chasing a flyball during batting practice prior to tonight's game in Kansas City. Rivera appeared to be in a considerable amount of pain, but was seen smiling as he was carted off the field.
He was initially diagnosed with a strained right knee. However, he was taken to a local hospital for an MRI.
Rivera, 42, has hinted that he will retire at the end of the season.
Mariano Rivera made one final appearance in the All-Star game and it was another great moment in his remarkable career. As Rivera entered the game in the eighth inning, Citi Field played Rivera's signature song, "Enter Sandman." And... Read Post
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera injured his right knee, according to the YES network, while shagging fly balls during pregame batting practice for Thursday night's game in Kansas City. He was subsequently carted off the field... Read Post