There appears to be no end to what Mariano Rivera can do.
On Sunday he even brought Andy Pettitte and Roger Clemens back together as the two shook hands and hugged briefly near the Yankees dugout following the Astros’ tribute to Rivera at Minute Maid Park.
Clemens declined to talk about Pettitte when approached by reporters.

“We did it up right” Clemens said referring to the Rivera ceremony.

Pettitte said it was good to see his former teammate.
“I didn’t want to make a scene” Pettitte said. “When he called my name I went over there.”

Clemens didn’t discuss his thoughts on Pettitte who was deposed on Wednesday in Brian McNamee’s defamation case against Clemens.
McNamee Clemens’ former trainer has accused Clemens of defaming him by saying McNamee lied about injecting Clemens with performance-enhancing drugs.

Pettitte had previously testified Clemens told him he had used HGH but later said he may have been mistaken.

Rivera stayed true to his word and didn’t play against the Astros.
He was presented with a piece of artwork and then apologized to the Astros and their fans for not pitching in the last series.

“The reason I [did] that is because I want to leave with the game I played on Thursday in Yankee Stadium” Rivera said. “I want to keep that memory. That’s the only reason I haven’t pitched here. I want to be a little selfish and I want to leave the game with that.”
The closer said he was ready to end his career.

“Now [that] it’s definitely over a sense of relief yes” Rivera said. “No sadness at all. I did everything that I could. We fell short. You can’t do anything against that.”

And he had no regrets.

“Definitely I’ve been ready for this moment” Rivera said. “I’m OK with it. I’m happy with it and move on.”