Rivera, Mussina pitch Yankees past Red Sox in ALCS
And the Yankees took home the American League pennant.
Craig Muder is the director of communications for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Mussina flirts with perfection, throwing first of four career one-hitters
Mike Mussina came close to perfection early on his career, when he one-hit the Rangers on July 17, 1992.
Rivera becomes second pitcher to reach 600 saves in Yankees’ win over Seattle
In 2011 Mariano Rivera made history as the second player to earn 600 career saves.
Pedro Martínez blanks Indians in Game 5 of ALDS
Pedro Martínez held the vaunted Cleveland lineup hitless over six innings of relief, wrapping up the 12-8 win and the series for the Red Sox.
Roberto Alomar recalls his Game 4 1992 ALCS home run
Roberto Alomar looks back on one of the most important home runs in Toronto Blue Jays history.