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How Mariano Rivera Dominates Hitters — 3D

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Published on Jun 7, 2012

This is a 3-D enabled version of a graphic originally published in 2010. Mariano Rivera is one of the most dominant closers in history. But what may be most remarkable is that he has done it by confounding hitters with mostly one pitch, his signature cutter.

By GRAHAM ROBERTS, SHAN CARTER, and JOE WARD

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