With Mariano Rivera out for the season, as it stands today, the Yankees will not win the World Series. They can't. They simply do not have the pieces a championship caliber team requires to win it all. Losing Mariano Rivera is a devastating loss for the team as well as all of baseball and it's fans. If George Steinbrenner were alive today, you can bet he would have released one of his trademark eccentric, over-the-top dramatic, press statements declaring that the Yankees reflect on the loss of an all-time great from their roster, and that they are bent but not yet broken.
Mariano Rivera's devastating ACL tear during a freak batting practice accident has left the baseball world, and more specifically New York Yankees fans, in a serious state of shock and sadness. Simply type the search terms "Mariano ... Read Post
Mariano Rivera announced his intentions to retire at the end of the 2013 season at a press conference in Tampa on Saturday. Rivera is 43. "The last game I hope will be throwing the last pitch of the World Series," the Yankees closer... Read Post