By now, you've heard the news that New York Yankees all-world closer Mariano Rivera is out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL and a torn meniscus. Some people will throw their hands in the air and scream to the skies, denouncing the Yankees for allowing him to shag fly balls in the outfield. But Mo has been doing that very thing before nearly every game since the day he arrived in the Bronx—and he'd do the same thing again if given the chance to re-do the day.
For years now we at Yankees 'n More have been writing, at one point or another during that given baseball season, that Mariano Rivera seems to be getting better with age. In an excellent post to his 3UP blog at the New York Post, Jo... Read Post
For the better part of 15 seasons, Mariano Rivera has been one of the best, if not the best, closers in all of baseball. He's second all-time in saves with 588, is a 12-time All-Star, the all-time leader in postseason saves, a five-... Read Post