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New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, left, is (Credit: AP)

New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, left, is greeted by Alex Rodriguez after the team beat the Seattle Mariners in a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Yankees 3, Mariners 2

Mariano Rivera became the second pitcher in MLB history to save 600 games in a win in Seattle.

New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, left, is
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New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, left, is greeted by Alex Rodriguez after the team beat the Seattle Mariners in a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Seattle Mariners' Kyle Seager is hit by a
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Seattle Mariners' Kyle Seager is hit by a pitch from New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett in the first inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees
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Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees is congratulated by teammates after homering in the second inning against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

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Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees
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Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees runs the bases after homering in the second inning against the Seattle Mariners. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Shortstop Brendan Ryan #26 of the Seattle Mariners
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Shortstop Brendan Ryan #26 of the Seattle Mariners throws to first on a double play in the first inning against the New York Yankees at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

New York Yankees' Eduardo Nunez leaps out of
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New York Yankees' Eduardo Nunez leaps out of the way of a wild pitch from Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Charlie Furbush in the second inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

New York Yankees' Robinson Cano, left, runs past
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New York Yankees' Robinson Cano, left, runs past third base coach Rob Thomson on his home run against the Seattle Mariners in the second inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Starting pitcher A.J. Burnett #34 of the New
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Starting pitcher A.J. Burnett #34 of the New York Yankees pitches against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

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New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett calls
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New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett calls for time to get a new ball after giving up a hit to the Seattle Mariners in the first inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees
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Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees homers in the second inning against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Starting pitcher Charlie Furbush #41 of the Seattle
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Starting pitcher Charlie Furbush #41 of the Seattle Mariners pitches against the New York Yankees at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin, left, and
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New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin, left, and starting pitcher A.J. Burnett talk on the mound after Burnett gave up a hit to the Seattle Mariners in the third inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Seattle Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki fouls off a ball
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Seattle Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki fouls off a ball against the New York Yankees in the first inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

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Jesus Montero #63 of the New York Yankees
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Jesus Montero #63 of the New York Yankees singles in the second inning against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Seattle Mariners' Miguel Olivo hits a sacrifice fly
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Seattle Mariners' Miguel Olivo hits a sacrifice fly against the New York Yankees in the third inning of a baseball game. (Sept. 13, 2011)

Brendan Ryan #26 of the Seattle Mariners hits
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Brendan Ryan #26 of the Seattle Mariners hits an RBI single in the second inning against the New York Yankees at Safeco Field. (Sept. 13, 2011)

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