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Mariano Rivera can still throw heat, even in retirement.
The former Yankees closer and MLB all-time saves leader questions former teammate Robinson Cano's passion in a new autobiography -- and even says he'd pick rival Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia over Cano.
"If I have to win one game, I'd have a hard time taking anybody over Dustin Pedroia as my second baseman," Rivera says...Read more »
New Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon is sticking up for his $240 million man.
Seattle's skipper criticized Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long for opinions he expressed about Robinson Cano not always hustling to first base on ground balls. Cano was once one of Long’s prized pupils, but the second baseman left the Bronx for Seattle – and a megadeal – in December.
“Last time I checked, I...Read more »
It was a predictable reaction.
As David Ortiz's one-out, two-run home run cleared the Green Monster at Fenway Park during the sixth inning of Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series, the tweets proclaiming the October hero a Hall of Famer appeared fast and furious.
A two-time World Series champion -- and a key member of those teams -- Ortiz is bidding this year for the hat trick. A superb...Read more »