New York Yankees Mariano Rivera was inducted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame this past weekend in Cooperstown, New York.
Mariano Rivera finished his career with 652 saves and five World Series titles
Here's his Hall of Fame speech:
I know that sounds strange but it is absolutely true.
Even though Russell Wilson is the starting QB for the Seattle Seahawks, the baseball organization, Texas Rangers have owned the rights to him since 2013.
Today, the Texas Rangers have traded those rights to the New York Yankees for future considerations...
Former New York Yankees first baseman, Don Mattingly, took the time to meet a young girl who happens to be named "Mattingly". The girl's parents named her after him.
Don Mattingly, and his team the Miami Marlins, who he now manages, are in New York facing the Mets in a 4 game series at Citi Field...
You have probably heard some of the rumors surrounding Derek Jeter's personal life.
There is the rumor that whoever enters Jeter's house, they have to shut off their cell phones, or leave them in a bowl on a table.
The Ocean County Prosecutor's office has teamed up with former major league baseball player Al Leiter on the fight against drugs and prescription drugs.
Al Leiter who played for the N.Y Mets & Yankees, is now an analyst for the MLB Network. Leiter grew up in Ocean County, went to Central Regional High School and put this public service announcement together that you will see in theaters soon.
Yankees Captain & Shortstop Derek Jeter is calling it quits after the 2014 season, his 20th year in the league, he announced today on his Facebook Page.
He talks about his ankle injury which limited him to playing only 17 games last season
"I want to start by saying thank you". He also writes "Now is the time for the next chapter"
Last night during the Yankees/Texas Rangers game, the Rangers 1st baseman Mitch Moreland innocently tossed a foul ball into the stands where a little toddler wanted the ball but didn't get it. The little kid cried his eyes out practically.
As you will see, Yankees announcer had some "words" to say about the people who caught the ball...