Former Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera becomes first unanimous Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

By Daniel Flores


Mariano Rivera became the first player to be unanimously selected into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The former relief pitcher spent his entire career in New York playing for the Yankees. Rivera won five World Series titles, including being the World Series MVP in 1999 and was a 13 time all-star. He is the all-time leader in games finished with 952 and saves with 652.

Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez, and Mike Mussina were also inducted into the Hall of fame as apart of the 2019 Class.

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Daniel Flores also know as Dansportsnews is a freshman in college pursuing a career in sports broadcasting/journalism. He is the host of the "Dansportsnews and Friends" podcast available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube, and Sound Cloud. He also is a contributor for Pelican of the Fansided network.

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