Yankees great takes part in pre-game ceremony for Dodgers closer, who was named the first repeat winner of the National League’s Trevor Hoffman Award.
The legendary closer talked to CBS Sports on the occasion of the MLB's annual reliever awards
If you don't control your emotions, your emotions will control your acts, and that's not good. - Mariano Rivera
Only Mariano Rivera could make Yankee fans cheer when one of their own hits into a double play, and from that moment on, the day turned into a party at the Stadium. Fans stayed on their feet until Rivera completed a perfect ninth inning, slamming the door on a 6-4 victory to earn his 602nd career save, one more than Trevor Hoffman for the most in history.
Mariano Rivera and Jorge Posada said they both hope one birthday present Derek Jeter receives is the ownership keys to the Marlins.
Clayton Kershaw faced 29 batters on Tuesday night. Only three reached base. In the process, he completed a remarkable feat: He lowered his career walks plus hits per inning (WHIP) below 1.0. He ended the night at 0.996, passing former Yankees closer Mariano Rivera and pushing into a tie for second...
The list of legends expected to be present for the ceremony range from Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson to Mariano Rivera.
Mariano Rivera, the New York Yankees’ all-time great closer, made a trip to the White House, where the thoughts of a president who happens to be a big league Yankees fan turned quickly to his other passion: deals. The number President Trump was thinking of? $100 million. Yowser. That’s one way to break the ice. […]
Donald Trump thinks Mariano Rivera could be making $100 million a year from the Yankees.
Players across Major League Baseball reported to their respective teams’ spring training facilities this week, but it isn’t really baseball season unless Goose Gossage trashes a modern-era player, right? If that’s the criteria, then the 2017 season is officially underway. Gossage, who is working with one of his many former clubs, the New York Yankees, as […]
The Hall of Famer is at Yankees camp, and he doesn't think much of one-inning relievers
Goose Gossage is at it again, dropping the hottest of hot takes and disparaging the greatest closer of all time.
The one-inning guys don’t deserve to be mentioned with Gossage.
Jansen would be the third closer this offseason to sign for more than the $15 million benchmark set by the retired Yankee Mariano Rivera.
In what could be his final season as a Dodger, Kenley Jansen won Major League Baseball’s Trevor Hoffman Award, handed out annually to the best reliever in the National League. Baltimore closer Zach Britton won the Mariano Rivera Award, given to the American League’s best reliever. Travel issues...
The farewell tour for Vin Scully is unlike anything we have seen in modern sports. Sure, we’ve seen Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter’s goodbyes but the longevity and consistency in which Scully performed is almost unmatched. Performing solo in the booth for as long as he has is an accomplishment all by itself. Show More Summary
You’re about to see the greatest stadium marriage proposal in the history of stadium marriage proposals. In the Bronx on Tuesday, a Yankees fan in a #42 Mariano Rivera jersey got down on one knee and asked his girlfriend in a #2 Derek Jeter jersey to marry him. However, when he pulled the box out […]
This might be the worst Yankees loss this season. At the end of the fourth inning in the left field stands, a man in a Mariano Rivera jersey proposed to his girlfriend, proudly wearing Derek Jeter’s No. 2. But this baseball proposal took a sharp turn when he dropped the ring as he popped the question. Show More Summary
There will be at least one familiar Yankee face from the 2003-04 team at the Stadium on Thursday.
There may be no human on the face of the Earth with more perspective on Mariano Rivera's career then Joe Girardi.