• As part of his 'Mo'ment of Thanks farewell tour, Mariano Rivera met with 20 of the Yankees' longest season-ticket holders on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium, conducting a Q&A session. Each participant received a baseball autographed by Rivera.
• On this date in 1923, the Yankees signed 19-year-old Lou Gehrig to a professional contract out of Columbia University. On this date in 1939, Gehrig played in the last of his 2,130 consecutive games, going 0-for-4 in a 3-2 loss to the Senators at Yankee Stadium. Gehrig asked manager Joe McCarthy to be removed from the lineup on May 2 at Detroit and would not play in another Major League game.
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