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Posted by: Patrick
One of our own, David Williams was hospitalized on Friday and is headed into surgery. I received an e-mail this morning from his wife, Donna.

She said that he would hopefully be back in action with us here in late July. I will post updates as I hear things and as appropriate.

Please keep him in your thoughts. Get well soon, David.

06/28: Yanks Win 6-4

Posted by: Patrick
The Yankees won 6-4 against the Baltimore Orioles on Monday. Mo pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning, retiring Chris Gomez, Eli Marrero and Larry Bigbie to get his 17th save and pull his ERA down to 0.91.
Posted by: Patrick
The Yankees were down 4-3 going into the top of the 9th. They gave the ball to Mariano Rivera and he pitched a 1-2-3 9th, retiring David Wright, Chris Woodward and Ramon Castro. In the bottom half of the inning, the Yankees rallied to score two while not making an out and win the game, giving Mariano the win and improving his record to 4-2.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera worked a perfect ninth inning to record his 16th save of the season, a 6-3 win over the Cubs at the stadium on Sunday afternoon. He retired Corey Patterson leading off on a grounder up the middle to Cano. The next batter was Dubois who Mo got to 0-2 and then Posada gave the sign to go up the ladder and Rivera blew it right by him for the second out. Neifi Perez then flied deep to left for the final out of the game. Its his 352nd career save and lowers his season ERA to 1.01.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera entered the game in the top of the ninth with the Yankees losing 5-4. He worked a perfect inning before the Yankees rallied to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth at 5. He stayed on for the tenth and only gave up a one out walk before retiring the next two batters to end the inning. In the bottom of the tenth Jason Giambi hit a walk off two run homer off Jose Mesa to win the game for Rivera and the Yankees. Rivera is now 3-2 on the season and his ERA is now at 1.09.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera worked a perfect ninth inning as the Yankees ended their losing streak by pummeling the Brewers 12-3 to salvage the final game of the Series. He has not been scored upon in his last twelve appearances and his season ERA. is now at 1.27.
Posted by: David
Mariano Rivera had not been in a game since saving the first game of the Red Sox series last Friday night at home. He obviously needed work and pitched a scoreless ninth inning, giving up two hits and striking out one batter. His season ERA is now at 1.40.