Twins fall to Yankees, Rivera earns record

The Twins lost their 9th game in a row, falling to the New York Yankees 6-4 in the Bronx. Along the way, Yankee reliever Mariano Rivera set a major league record of 602 saves in front of his home crowd.
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The Twins lost their 9th game in a row, falling to the New York Yankees 6-4 in the Bronx. Along the way, Yankee reliever Mariano Rivera set a major league record of 602 saves in front of his home crowd.

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