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64-33, 1st in AL East

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

During his Hall of Fame induction speech, - Mike Mussina said that his brother, Mark, was so superstitious that if Moose was pitching well, Mark wouldn't let anybody in his row at the ballpark leave their seats "for any reason."

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

President Laurentino Cortizo of Panama is also on hand to celebrate Mo's induction, as Rivera joins Rod Carew among Panamanian Hall of Famers (h/t to Marly Rivera).

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

From Marly Rivera on-site, Mariano Rivera's wife Clara and their three sons have taken their seats in Cooperstown to cheer on the Hall's first-ever unanimous selection...

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Voit thought 'broken jaw' when hit by Bettis pitch

Yankees slugger Luke Voit said memories of Giancarlo Stanton's jaw being broken by a pitch from Milwaukee's Mike Fiers five years ago crossed his mind when he took a pitch to the face on Saturday.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Mo's parents, Delia and Mariano Rivera Sr., are in Cooperstown for their son's Baseball Hall of Fame induction. Here they are alongside family friend, broadcaster Eric Espino, one of the many Panamanians present in Cooperstown today.


Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Mike Mussina talks about how he knew it was time to retire after a 20-win final season instead of sticking around for a chance at 300 victories.

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

The Cooperstown Brewing Company has produced Sandman Pilsner — a special edition brew for Mariano Rivera on the occasion of the former Yankees closer's Hall of Fame induction. (We found it on Main Street at the Cooperstown Beverage Exchange.)

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

The soon-to-be-home of Mariano Rivera's Hall of Fame plaque — signed by the first-ever unanimous selection himself.

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High heat: Majors gripped by Saturday scorcher

Saturday was a scorcher across the major leagues, with many teams forgoing batting practice and with ballparks deploying misters in an attempt to keep fans cool.

Voit takes pitch to the face, scores before exiting (1:01)
Judge kicks things off with RBI double (0:32)

William Weinbaum ESPN 

"If I have to express myself with one word, what I can say from being a son of a captain of a fishing boat, to Cooperstown, only a ‘miracle,'" said Mariano Rivera in our Fri. interview, of his journey from Panama to the Hall of Fame. The game's greatest closer and first unanimous Hall electee said he's most proud of "what my parents did for me, how they raised me, and how I played the game of baseball. How I respect the game of baseball. How I give my best to the game of baseball."

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Mariano Rivera said in our Cooperstown interview Fri. that he always felt comfortable with the pressure of being a closer. "When I was 6, 7 years old, I was doing that — not in that way, not in that platform, but in my own platform. It was huge in Panama for me, we were playing for 50 cents so we can win and go to the store and buy a Pepsi Cola and buy two pieces of cake and eat it with the boys. That was our prize. So I was accustomed to be in that position." Whether it was baseball or another sport, the new HoF inductee said he wanted to be the guy on the spot at the crucial last moment.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

It's media session time for the 2019 Hall of Fame class in Cooperstown.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Mike Mussina said in our Cooperstown interview Fri. that when he got word in January of his election to the Hall of Fame, his initial thought was "they're giving me a courtesy call to say, ‘hey, listen, you missed by five votes'...they're just being nice to me because I was close." He said he "wasn't sitting at home with people videoing it, with the phone on the coffee table waiting for it to ring, it was nothing at all like that - I was completely surprised." Mussina was coaching a high school basketball practice when the call came and his celebration dinner with his son was "going to McDonald's and grabbing some burgers and nuggets and drinks (from the drive-through)."

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Just $600 for a signed Mariano Rivera bat, one guaranteed never to break since there is no way you're ever going to play baseball with it.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Yankees face the Rockies this afternoon, Luke Voit moves up in the lineup a tad. Also a day off for Gary Sánchez: 3B LeMahieu RF Judge CF Hicks DH Encarnación 1B Voit SS Gregorius 2B Torres C Romine LF Gardner SP Tanaka

Judge rips 2-run homer in Yankees win (0:30)
Encarnacion pummels grand slam vs. Rockies (0:26)
Mussina was always looking to get better (1:05)
A-Rod talks friendship with Mussina (0:42)

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.98
Quality Starts35
Batting Average.267
On Base Percentage.342
Slugging Percentage.465