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Topic - Mike Harkey
Mariano Rivera drifted back to the outfield wall, just like he'd done in batting practice so many times before, baseball's greatest closer tracking down another fly ball with childlike joy.
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was carted off the field after hurting his right knee while shagging fly balls during batting practice before Thursday night's game at Kansas City.
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was carted off the field and taken for tests after twisting his right knee shagging flyballs during batting practice Thursday night.
The Yankees started a busy offseason Monday, but not with new contracts for manager Joe Girardi or aging icons Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera.