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Yankees to honor Rivera before Sept. 22 game

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NEW YORK (AP) -- The Yankees will honor retiring closer Mariano Rivera with a ceremony on Sept. 22 before New York plays the San Francisco Giants.
 
Rivera announced in spring training this will be his last season. The 43-year-old has spent 19 seasons with the Yankees, made 13 All-Star games and is baseball's career saves leader with 641.
 
He was selected MVP of the most recent All-Star game at Citi Field in New York.
 
The Yankees say more details about the ceremony will be announced later.

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