-->--> Yankees closer Mariano Rivera has torn his ACL. But what does that injury mean for the team and his future as a ballplayer? Here's the latest update. Rivera tore his ACL after falling to the ground while fielding a ball Thursday night. Only, the injury didn't come during a game. It came while he was taking part in batting practice. As he was driven off in a cart to get assistance and aid, many Yankees fans were left wondering if this was the end of his glorious career. Asked if he...Read Full Story
Mariano Rivera could make his 2007 spring training debut on Monday.Rivera was sidelined from Aug. 31st to Sept. 22nd last year because of a muscle strain near his right elbow.TRivera is a 37-year-old right-hander. He threw in the bullpen yesterday, and wants to throw another bullpen session tomorrow.Read Full Story
Mariano Rivera is a professional baseball player. He's a right-handed pitcher for the New York Yankees and wears number 42. He is managed by pitching manager Ron Guidry.