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The World Reacts To Mariano Rivera's Unanimous HOF Induction

New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera made history last night, becoming the first player to receive a unanimous induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The world reacted appropriately.

First, Mariano's family had a priceless reaction when he got the call.

A-Rod sent Mariano a congratulatory video.

Meanwhile, the Captain took to 'The Players' Tribune' to release his written statement. The statement noted how if you haven't seen Mariano's meticulous signature yet, Google it (or visit our website).

A few of the Yankees beat writers shared their stories about Mariano's grace and humility. It was never about him, no matter what he accomplished.

Rivera's heir apparent; now-Phillies reliever David Robertson, thanked him for mentoring him throughout his career.

New York Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay shared the things he would never forget about Mo.

The Yogi Berra Museum saluted Mariano on his excellent career.

Bernie Williams stood behind Mariano in the 9th inning for a majority of their respective careers. Here, he pays tribute to his friend:

Metallica's classic song "Enter Sandman" was a staple of Mariano's legacy. The band thanked him for all of the extra exposure he gave them.

US Senator Chuck Schumer and President Trump agreed that Mo's legacy was worth celebrating as well.

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