What Mariano Rivera was like behind the scenes

Standing inside London’s Finsbury Park in late June, Mariano Rivera was asked to describe his Hall of Fame career in one word. As he surveyed a group of youth who had finished learning from Rivera and other Yankee greats at a clinic, Rivera simply said, “Amazing.’’ Quick. Accurate. Just like how he worked the ninth...
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