Mariano Rivera compares unanimous Hall selection to World Series win
Former New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera sits down with Scott Van Pelt to describe the feeling of finding out he was the first player unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He also discusses his best memories as as player. SVP reminds him that the last pitch he ever threw as a starting pitcher was to fellow Hall of Fame inductee Edgar Martinez. SVP also asks Rivera whether he will remember the hundreds of saves he made over the years or the handful of blown saves that he also has to which Rivera responds he will more remember the handful of blown saves. Finally, SVP and Rivera reflect on the final time Rivera pitched in which Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte took him out for the last time.