• Source: Yanks see Rivera deal done by Friday

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Nov 30, 2012
    "Like I've been saying, I didn't want to go out like that," Rivera said in a statement released by the team. Rivera, who turned 43 on Thursday, will take a pay cut from the $15 million he earned in 2012. After missing most of the season because of a knee injury, Rivera accepted a cut in guaranteed money from his $30 million, two-year deal that had covered the last two years. But Soriano opted out of the final year of his contract and is now a free agent, leaving the Yankees with one option: The man who has saved more games than any closer in the history of baseball and a pitcher widely considered to be the best at his job in the history of the game.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • One Mo season: Rivera re-signs with Yankees

      All-time saves leader Mariano Rivera and the New York Yankees have finalized their $10 million, one-year contract.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Yankees sign closer Rivera to 1-year contract

      The New York Yankees have signed closer Mariano Rivera to a one-year contract.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Source: Rivera, Yankees agree on $10M contract

      NEW YORK (AP) -- A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that Mariano Rivera and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $10 million, one-year contract.
    • Yankees, Mo agree to one-year contract

      The Yankees and Mariano Rivera agreed to a one-year contract reportedly worth $10 million plus awards incentives, according to CBS Sports.
      Source: MLB.com

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