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“No Yankee ever had a greater career than Mariano Rivera, not if you measure greatness in terms of performance and contributing to winning and representing the franchise the right way.
Mariano Rivera and Billy Wagner each allowed 13 runs to score in the postseason. Mariano did it in 141 innings. It only took Wagner 11.
This isn't over the top salutations of Jeff Francouer.
I'm so sick of being forced to click on these Mariano Rivera threads.
And there will certainly never be another Ted Williams.
Probably should wait until after Panama renames the Canal in Rivera's honor
Weren't we supposed to get some functionality to remove unwanted threads from the sidebar? Maybe I missed it. Because right now there are 15 topics in the sidebar and 7 of them are specifically labeled as OT (NBA, Steam, Soccer, Politics) or Hall of Merit (Lofton, Ballot, Maddux/Glavine/Thomas). I have no interest in any of those.
32. The Yankee Clapper Posted: October 02, 2013 at 08:12 PM (#4557746)
You'll be happy to know that the Yankees are in discussions with Panama to arrange a friendly game in Panama at the end of 2014 Spring Training for the purpose of honoring Mo ...
President of Panama: "I am honored to announce that for all eternity our blessed canal will now be known as Mariano's Moat."
"He's the best of us. The best of our best, the best that each of us will ever build or ever love. So pray for this Guardian of our growth and choose him well, for if he be not truly blest, then our designs are surely frivolous and our future but a tragic waste of hope. Bless our best and adore for he doth bear our measure to the Cosmos."
Mr. Justice, you might want to wipe your chin.
Unless the definition of Rivera requires setting the all time saves record, with an ungodly era AND playing for one team in a career....that is probably true....but remove the one team requirement, and absolutely there will be another Rivera.
Gehrig's hitting streak
the greatest Yankee hitting streak of all time.
The first woman to play in MLB would be a big deal, but that would hardly open any floodgates. The first openly gay player?
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