“Nothing’s going to change. I’m going to do what I love to do. And yes, I will. I got hurt like this. I might go to the same spot where I landed, where I was. But I’m going to enjoy it. It’s nothing to regret. Nothing to regret.”
That's what Mariano Rivera told reporters a day before returning to Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., where his 2012 season ended due to a devastating knee injury suffered while shagging fly balls during warmups. But this time when Rivera walked to the warning track, he found a special surprise waiting for him.
— MLB (@MLB) May 10, 2013
Rivera seemed like he got a kick out of the sign before, of course, continuing to shag fly balls, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com.
“I’m going to put it in front of my house," Rivera said of the "No Mo Zone" sign after the game, via the New York Daily News.
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