During the 6-4 win the Yankees had over Minnesota last night, Marioano Rivera kept the house roaring for more.
Breaking Chris Parmelee's bat in two with a pitch, Rivera certainly gave us a show. The highlight, of course, being his 602nd save, beating out Trent Hoffman's 601. The crowd wasn't as large as the one to witness Jeter's 3000th hit (last night was, in fact, the smallest since the staduim opened), but it certainly was a lively one.
Next up on Rivera's To Do List? Another World Series ring.
The Yankees may be having a poor season so far---five wins in twelve games---but they're five up against Boston with ten more games to play. If they pull it together and start up a winning streak, Rivera just might get that sixth ring.
"I don't know if I can pitch three more years," Rivera was quoted as saying.