04/07: Video: Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte Throw Ceremonial First Pitches to Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada

Posted by: Patrick
In honor of Derek Jeter's final regular season home opener, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte were on hand to throw ceremonial first pitches to Jeter and Jorge Posada. Watch below.


John Lewis-Moore wrote:

What a special moment. I was fortunate enough to be at the game yesterday. Three of the Core Four are retired and Jeter will be joining soon, truly the end of an era - one of the greatest dynasties in modern sports.

Belted congratulations on the 10h Anniversary of this great website! Patrick and David, thanks for all the hard work over the years.
04/08 13:09:30

Patrick wrote:

That is amazing, John. Glad that you could experience it first hand. I'm going to a game in Baltimore later this year to hopefully catch Jeter in his final season.

Thank you for your kind words about the site.

04/08 14:29:12

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