Mariano Rivera Dropped The Crutches
The Yankees have not set dates for surgery on his right knee.
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The Yankees have not put a date for surgery on his right knee Mariano Rivera, as the Panamanian must first receive treatment for a clot in the right calf.
Closer than 42 years made a visit to the Yankees clubhouse and saw him walking well without crutches.
According to the Isthmus, any pain you feel is the result of the clot and torn ligament in his knee.
“When I hear talk of a torn ligament, does not envision someone walking happy bedfellows,” said Yankees manager Joe Girardi.
“Physicians want to wait until the knee is stronger because it will be easier rehabilitation,” the strategist to the site of Major League Baseball.
Rivera says he is not frustrated with the delay, because he can not do anything about it. It’s the same mentality that lead their peers in the Yankees, who have lost six of their last eight games.
“The team is not doing so well, but we’ve been there before,” said Rivera. “Do not be shame to yourself. While we are focused, everything will happen.”