• Sources: Yanks' Rivera will retire after season

    Summary of 20 articles · Updated Mar 10, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Teammates and opponents of Mariano Rivera all have one common thing to say about the Yankees closer: they are lucky to play in h

      Somehow everybody keeps finding different ways to say the same thing about Mariano Rivera, whether they played with him or had to hit against him or just sat in the old Yankee Stadium or the new one and watched him come through a door in the outfield wa…
    • Mariano Rivera announces retirement plans but Yankees closer looks strong as ever in spring training debut

      So here was 43-year-old Mariano Rivera, officially on the mound for the first time since season-ending knee surgery last June, completing a spotless inning Saturday by absolutely freezing a journeyman infielder named Chris Johnson with one of his signat…
    • Mariano Rivera was dominant with just one pitch

      All it took was one pitch to make Mariano Rivera the greatest relief pitcher ever. As Joe Lemire explains, even when hitters knew that cutter was coming, they couldn't hit it.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Rivera heads out as Yankees face uphill challenge

      The Yankees appear to be sinking like a stone. The superiority that enabled Mariano Rivera to amass so many postseason records has been eroded.
      Source: MLB.com
    • At 43, Yankees’ Rivera Confirms That He’ll Retire in Fall

      Mariano Rivera announced on Saturday that the 2013 season will be his last, bringing an end to one of the most successful careers in Yankees' history.
    • Mariano announces '13 will be his final season

      Mariano Rivera knew when he reported to Spring Training that this season would be his last in a Major League uniform, that he would announce his retirement in advance and spend the rest of the year appreciating, and celebrating, the last chapter of his …
      Source: MLB.com
    • As batterymate and manager, Yankees skipper Joe Girardi tips his cap to the great Mariano Rivera

      For nearly two decades in baseball, through all the playoff appearances and the five World Series Rivera has helped the Yankees win, Mariano Rivera has basically stood on the mound and said this to hitters: Here comes my cutter, see if you can hit it.
    • Pettitte, Girardi still in awe of Rivera's dominance

      Mariano Rivera had "nothing to say" Friday morning about the speculation that the 2013 season will be the last chapter of his storied career. While he kept his words to a minimum, those close to him began the 43-year-old closer's victory lap b…
      Source: MLB.com
    • In Praise of Rivera, What’s the Limit?

      If baseball fans can agree that Mariano Rivera is the best closer in baseball history and therefore the best reliever in baseball history, can one make the case that he is the best pitcher in history?
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Mariano Rivera’s retirement pitch from the Yankees will be as smooth as the delivery that made him baseball's greatest relieve

      Nobody, ever, has kept it simpler than Mariano Rivera, the man with a single out pitch and a singular mind. "Why fix something that is not broken?" he said, whenever you asked him whether he ever considered throwing something other than his cu…
    • Yankees great Mariano Rivera to retire - no one in Major League Baseball history was better at his job than future Hall of Fame

      Mariano Rivera is expected to announce his retirement on Saturday morning in Tampa, announce that this will be his last season with the Yankees, announce the beginning of what will be one of the best and longest and most emotional goodbyes in all of Yan…
    • Living Legend: The great Mariano Rivera will announce his intent…

      The great Mariano Rivera will announce his intentions to retire after the 2013 season, which gave Jay Jaffe an opportunity to reflect on the greatest closer to ever take the hill.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Mo set to announce retirement plans Saturday

      It appears that one of the great careers in baseball history will be ending this year. Mariano Rivera is expected to announce on Saturday that he intends to retire following the 2013 season.
      Source: MLB.com

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