After leading the opponent in six games, he ended up with a perfect record of 70 wins and 3 losses. Of course, it also allowed the Yankees to take back the World Series championship that had been in violation for more than ten years. Two years later, after a smooth but still insufficient season of dedicated finishers, in 1998, Rivera once again sent the Yankees to the championship throne with the proud result of zero losses for the whole year. At the age of 40, he still has a strong heart and extraordinary skills. In 2011, he still threw 44 successful saves and had a ERA of 1.91. Rivera played for the New York Yankees for 19 seasons until he officially retired in 2013. In addition to
setting a record of 652 successful rescues, which popular database is arrogant in the history of the league, he is also the first great pitcher in history to break through 1,000 games with a single team. And in the heyday of the Yankees, he was able to successfully enter the playoffs almost every year. He also boarded 96 times in the playoffs, won 42 rescues, and accumulated an astonishing defense rate of only 0.7. The No.1 record in league playoff history. It is worth mentioning that he is the last superstar in the entire MLB to use the No. 42 jersey that was fully retired in memory
of the legendary black star Robinson (Jackie Robinson, 1919-1972). After retiring from Pitcher Hill, Yankees fans pushed to name the street on 161st Street near Yankee Stadium "Rivera Avenue" in order to honor the legend of Rivera's rescue. Later, with the consent of the New York City government, In May 2014, the official and the team held a naming ceremony to rename the street in recognition of his contribution. This article is reproduced with permission from " square ", the original text is published here.