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Mariano Rivera struck out the side in a 1-2-3 ninth inning to preserve a thrilling come from behind victory for the Yankees over the Boston Red Sox. It was his 312th career save which moves him to No. 12th all time.
Mariano Rivera worked a perfect ninth inning against the Orioles to gain his 28th save of the year. It was his 311th of his career and tied him with Tom Henke for 12th on the all time career saves list.
Mo worked a 1-2-3 ninth to preserve a 4-2 Yankees victory. It was his 310th career save and tied him with Goose Gossage on the all-time career saves list.
Mariano struck out two batters in the 9th and recorded his 26th save of the season as the Yankees defeated the Padres 3-2 at the Stadium.
Mo pitched the ninth, giving up only one hit to preserve another come from behind victory for the Yankees. It was his 308th career save.
Mariano Rivera recorded his 24th save of 2004 and the 307th of his career. He preserved a 2-1 win over the Colorado Rockies for Javier Vasquez. He only gave up one hit by facing the heart of the order.
Rivera recorded his 23rd save of the season after coming in to relieve Mike Mussina in the 9th with a runner on third and a two run lead.
Mo set down the Rangers in order in the 9th to preserve the Yankees 23rd come from behind victory this season. It was his 22nd save of the season and the 305th of his career.
Also, it was the fourth consecutive day that Mo saved a game. It is only the second time in his career that he has pitched four days in a row (the first time was a series of days last year).