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Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera threw his sixth consecutive scoreless inning of the 2012 spring training on Sunday afternoon in Tampa. The Yankees faced the Detroit Tigers and Mo entered in the sixth inning in a 1-1 game and surrendered a two double to Delmon Young and also threw a wild pitch before retiring the final batter to end the inning.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera replaced Michael Pineda in the fourth inning and barely broke a sweat. He struck out Walker on three pitches and retired the next two batters on soft pop ups. The Yankees beat the Pirates 10-3 on Tuesday night.

He is 2-0 on the spring with a 0.00 ERA
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera made his third appearance of the spring on Saturday afternoon pitching one inning. He needed only eight pitches despite hitting the first batter of the inning. Snyder reached on a HBP, Wallace struck out looking and Gonzalez bounced into a 6-4-3 double play to end the inning.

Rivera has not surrendered a run in spring training since 2008.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera made his first apperance of the spring vs. the Phillies on Sunday afternoon. He relieved CC Sabathia in the fourth inning and retired the three batters he faced in succession. Ty Wiggington flied out to right field. Lou Montanez flied out to center field and Hector Luna grounded out to third. He is 1-0 on the spring with an ERA of 0.00.
Posted by: Patrick
Kevin Kernan of the Post reports that Mariano Rivera has not decided whether or not 2012 will be his final year. Rivera indicated that the decision might come before the All-Star break.

He expressed a desire to give advance notice to fans, to ensure a proper farewell tour.

"It would be nice that you tell the fans, so every stadium you go to, the fans will be there to show their appreciation and you appreciate the fans," he said.

Thanks nycjobs for the tip.