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Enter Rivera: Yankee closer Mariano Rivera awaits his place in Hall of Fame

Former New York Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera is awaiting his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Rivera set a record with 652 saves. He says he always wanted to do “whatever it took to win, and it worked many times.” He is the first player unanimously voted into the Hall by the writers. He is part of a Cooperstown class that also includes Edgar Martinez, Mike Mussina the late Roy Halladay, Harold Baines and Lee Smith.

No hat logo for Roy Halladay’s Hall plaque; Mike Mussina uncertain

Roy Halladay won’t have a logo on the cap of his Hall of Fame plaque, and Mike Mussina wants some time before giving his opinion to the Hall, which makes the final decision. Halladay, who died in November 2017, spent 12 of his 16 seasons pitching for the Toronto Blue Jays and four for the Philadelphia Phillies. Mussina was with the Baltimore Orioles for his first 10 seasons and the New York Yankees for his final eight.

Mariano Rivera 1st unanimous Hall of Fame pick; Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez, Mike Mussina also in

Mariano Rivera has become baseball’s first unanimous Hall of Fame selection, elected along with Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina. Rivera received all 425 votes in balloting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. The quartet will be enshrined in Cooperstown along with Today’s Game Era Committee selections Harold Baines and Lee Smith on July 21.

Edgar Martinez, Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay seem set for Hall election

Mariano Rivera was picked by all 228 voters totaled through midafternoon Tuesday afternoon by Ryan Thibodaux’s Hall of Fame vote tracker, about half the expected ballots. Roy Halladay also appeared headed to election in his first appearance on the Baseball Writers’ Association of America ballot, while Edgar Martinez seemed likely to join them in his 10th and final appearance.

Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay top newcomers on Hall of Fame ballot

Career saves leader Mariano Rivera and late pitcher Roy Halladay are among 20 new candidates on the Hall of Fame ballot for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, joined by 15 holdovers headed by former Seattle Mariners star Edgar Martinez.

Investigators: Roy Halladay performed turns before crash

Retired star pitcher Roy Halladay sped his small sports plane low over the Gulf of Mexico minutes before his fatal crash two weeks ago, climbing sharply in the final seconds before diving into the water, federal investigators said in a preliminary report released Monday.

Family, friends, teammates say final goodbye to Roy Halladay

Two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay was remembered as an amazing husband, father, friend and teammate who was one of the best pitchers of his generation but an even better man. A 91-minute “Celebration of Life for Roy Halladay” attracted more than 1,000 people to Spectrum Field, the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies, one of two franchises Halladay played for during a stellar 16-year career.

Roy Halladay was flying plane low, witnesses tell safety board

Roy Halladay was flying his tiny sport plane low over the Gulf of Mexico shortly before it slammed into the water and killed the retired star pitcher, witnesses have told federal investigators. National Transportation Safety Board Investigator Noreen Price says Halladay’s ICON A5 experienced a “high-energy impact” with the water. She said both flight data recorders were recovered and the plane did not have a voice recorder.

Former star pitcher Roy Halladay killed in Florida plane crash

Former star pitcher Roy Halladay has been killed in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico. Police say Halladay’s private plane went down off the coast of Florida. The two-time Cy Young Award winner was 40. His father was a corporate pilot, and Halladay had been itching to fly since retiring. He finally purchased an A5 plane last month and had been posting often about his flights on social media. Former teammate Chase Utley says “words cannot describe what it feels like to lose a friend like Roy.”

Roy Halladay returns to Phillies as guest instructor

Roy Halladay is back wearing a Philadelphia Phillies uniform. The two-time Cy Young Award winner is serving as a guest instructor in spring training. Halladay is considering a more permanent role in the big leagues. And he’s got the resume: He threw a perfect game in his first season in Philadelphia in 2010 and a no-hitter that year in his first postseason start.

Phillies ace Halladay no-hits Reds

Phillies ace Roy Halladay threw the second no-hitter in postseason history Wednesday in a 4-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 of the National League division series.