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The Closer

by Mariano Rivera
Michael Kay

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The memoir from the greatest relief pitcher of all time

While he is listed along with Ruth, Mantle, Gehrig, and DiMaggio as a top-five Yankee of all time, Rivera is also a man of God and family whose contributions to charity and community ensure a meaningful life long after his time as the Closer is over. He is the man who has intimidated thousands of batters by merely opening a bullpen door.

Now he will tell his story for the first time: the championships, the bosses (including the Boss), the rivalries, and the struggles of being a Latino baseball player in the United States and of maintaining Christian values in professional athletics. The twelve-time all-star will discuss what it's like to run up to that mound with the game—or the season—squarely on his shoulders.


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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9781478983880
  • File size: 213693 KB
  • Release date: May 6, 2014
  • Duration: 07:25:05

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  • ISBN: 9781478983880
  • File size: 213693 KB
  • Release date: May 6, 2014
  • Duration: 07:25:05
  • Number of parts: 7


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The memoir from the greatest relief pitcher of all time

While he is listed along with Ruth, Mantle, Gehrig, and DiMaggio as a top-five Yankee of all time, Rivera is also a man of God and family whose contributions to charity and community ensure a meaningful life long after his time as the Closer is over. He is the man who has intimidated thousands of batters by merely opening a bullpen door.

Now he will tell his story for the first time: the championships, the bosses (including the Boss), the rivalries, and the struggles of being a Latino baseball player in the United States and of maintaining Christian values in professional athletics. The twelve-time all-star will discuss what it's like to run up to that mound with the game—or the season—squarely on his shoulders.


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