Two weeks after officially returning to the Yankees on a one-year, $10 million deal Mariano Rivera made it very clear that he expects to be fully recovered from knee surgery by Opening Day. "Oh, yeah, I don't see why not," Rivera said, via Anthony McCarron of the New York Daily News. "We have at least three months, four months until that point. I'll be ready." Rivera noted that he hasn't started throwing regularly yet, but added that he's "feeling good" and "the leg's getting stronger and stronger."
Mariano Rivera is "feeling good" and "will be ready" for Opening Day
Hardball Talk | Dec 13