Bear Down…and Blog!
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Trevor Hoffman no longer stands alone atop baseball’s all-time saves leader board. Mariano Rivera tied Hoffman on Saturday after notching his 601st career save in a 7-6 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
The University of Arizona alum held the record since Sept. 7 of 2010. Hoffman called it a career at the end of that campaign and had his No. 51 jersey retired by the San Diego Padres in August.
Rivera now has 12 games left in the season to surpass Hoffman.
“In Minneapolis. About to go get some breakfast at the Keys. My mouth is watering for one of their caramel rolls.”
- Former Wildcat and Cleveland Indian outfielder Shelley Duncan
“I told my pops I was getting old, and he said “you aint gettin old until you go to sleep tired and wake up tired” hahahaha”
- Arizona cornerback Rob Golden
“@Greg_Byrne does Coach Stoops have the Mark May quotes on the board saying “Stanford is going to roll AZ” tomorrow night? Just sayin”
- Arizona alum Dan Hicks, and NBC broadcaster, stirring the pot with UA Athletic Director Greg Byrne
“Off to bed… Semi-Final Match vs. Cuba tomorrow night …. Let’s Go U.S.A.! Ow-Ow!!! :0}”
- Former Arizona Wildcat Kim Glass, whose Team USA volleyball squad squares off against Cuba on Saturday in the semifinals of the NORCECA Women’s Continental Championships
“I’m really in the mood to eat something so unbelievably delish … Suggestions ??”
- Arizona sprinter Dahlys Marshall
“Really need to manage my money better haha #broke”
- Arizona reserve quarterback Tom Savage
“Trying to decide what I’m using as my lucky charm for the Chase. 1: bear from a kids cancer hosp @shellracingus”
“Or 2: 1 or 2 of these coins- army spec ops night stalkers or @ArmedForcesDC & Bethesda naval hosp coins for our wounded”
- Go with the bear, former Arizon astudent and NASCAR champ Kurt Busch
- Ex-Cat and Cleveland Indian outfielder Trevor Crowe