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Yankees Core Four Toss First Pitch [Video]

New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter began his final home opener in a very familiar fashion. Jeter was joined by the three other members of the "Core Four"  Andy Pettitte, Jose Posada, and Mariano Rivera to throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Yankees 2014 home opener

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Rivera Lends Helping Hand

Retired Yankees star Mariano Rivera is picking up another save in New York.

The famed relief pitcher has rescued an abandoned and deteriorating church in New Rochelle. His foundation has put about $3 million into the project

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Robertson Not Over-Analyzing Role of Yanks’ Closer

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — New York Yankees reliever David Robertson is not overanalyzing his role as Mariano Rivera's replacement.

Robertson is moving from an eighth-inning setup man to closer following Rivera's retirement

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Photos: Mo Rivera at Giants Game!

Former Yankees closer (that sounds weird) Mariano Rivera is on the sidelines tonight at the Giants game. Hopefully the greatest 9th inning pitcher of all-time can help motivate the G-Men to get their first win of the season against the Vikings!

Update: Rivera was honored during pre-game ceremonies as Metallica's "Enter Sandman" was played and Mo came out of the endzone. He also was the

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New York Yankees Great Mariano Rivera Cries in Emotional Yankee Stadium Goodbye

Who says there's no crying in baseball?

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Where Does Mariano Rivera Rank in Yankee History? — Sports Survey of the Day

Mariano Rivera's great career is coming to an end. The Yankees are not likely to make the playoffs this season, which means Mo will hang up his cleats at the end of September. 

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 29th Greatest Moment – Mo Throws Scoreless Inning In 2002 All-Star Game Tie

Mariano Rivera can even make some of the worst moments in sports look good. That's what he did in 2002, when he breezed through the National League All-Star team in the ninth inning of the All-Star Game, the game that would go down in infamy as the game that ended in a tie.

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 30th Greatest Moment – Mo Gets First Career Win As Starter In 1995

Before becoming the greatest closer of all time and "The Hammer Of God," Mariano Rivera was a starter looking to lock teams down at the beginning of games. The number 30 moment of our countdown comes from 1995, when he saw his first success as a Major League starter, getting his first win against the Oakland Athletics.

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 31st Greatest Moment – Mo Receives Chair Of Broken Bats From Minnesota Twins

Mariano Rivera has used his legendary cut fastball to break a lot of bats during his career, most of which are presumably discarded like other useless pieces of wood. The Minnesota Twins, however, decided to turn some of those broken bats into a gift for Rivera during this season's farewell tour, making him a rocking chair out of them. The "Chair Of Broken Dreams" is the number 31 moment of our countdown.

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 32nd Greatest Moment – Mo Plays For Albany-Colonie Yankees

Mariano Rivera is one of the faces of New York sports, which makes it weird to think that he spent some time playing in the Albany area before getting his break in the Major Leagues. However, he did just that as a member of the Albany-Colonie Yankees in the number 32 moment of our countdown.

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 33rd Greatest Moment – Mo Gets First All-Star Game Save In 1997

Mariano Rivera was in the middle of his first season as a full time closer in 1997 and he was doing well enough to warrant an appearance in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Cleveland. It was his first All-Star Game appearance, his first All-Star Game save, and it is the number 33 moment of our countdown.

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42 For 42: Mariano Rivera’s 34th Greatest Moment – Mo Goes Undrafted In 1992 Expansion Draft

Mariano Rivera is one of the faces of the New York Yankees, and has been since the 1990s. But that may have never been the case if he hadn't been undrafted in the 1992 Major League Baseball expansion draft, the number 34 moment of our countdown.

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