NY Yankees closer Mariano Rivera still in class by himself

Ronald MonestimeCorrespondent ISeptember 8, 2010

Milwaukee Brewers reliever Trevor Hoffman notched the 600th save of his career against the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday night, becoming the first closer in Major League Baseball history to reach this milestone.

And although he’ll be a first-ballot Hall of Famer when his illustrious career comes to an end, Hoffman will always finish a distant second to New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera in debates ranking the best relievers of all-time.

Click here to read the rest of this article on Examiner.com, which includes relevant links and a special video presentation detailing how Mariano Rivera has been so dominant over the course of his career.

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