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How Many Saves Will Mariano Rivera Record This Year [POLL]

The great Mariano Rivera has had some career, we all know that.  But this is his final year, and at 43, Rivera has said he has just enough left in the tank to finish his career in 2013.  He is off to a great start

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3,000 Hits Verses 600 Saves

Yankees closer Mariano Rivera currently has 597 career saves.  He's 3 away from becoming just the 2nd player in Major League Baseball history to reach 600.

Are you surprised by that news?  Let me ask it this way - did you even know that?

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Jeter vs. Rivera: Which Yankee Is More Valuable?

Derek Jeter finally made his return back to the Yankees last night after suffering a calf injury in mid-June.  The Yankee captain missed 18 games while on the DL.  During that time, New York went 14-4 and took over 1st place in the American League East.

Before you read any further, just realize that I'm not saying that the Yankees are better off without Jeter.  I'm just saying they can win without him.

However, they can't win without closer Mariano Rivera - who is currently nursing a tender right arm. 

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The Best Yankee Ever

The Yankees are the model franchise in Major League Baseball.  They've won 27 World Series titles, they got the Pinstripes and the tradition.

There have been many great players in Yankee history.  So who is the best?

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Trevor Hoffman Retires

Baseball's all time saves leader, Trevor Hoffman, has announced his retirement at the age of 43.  Hoffman played for 18 years and racked up 610 saves.

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