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Rivera’s renovated church opens in New Rochelle

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Mariano Rivera, Clara Rivera

From our friends at The Associated Press…

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (AP) — Being retired hasn’t stopped Mariano Rivera from picking up one more save.

The former New York Yankees closer has renovated a long-vacant suburban church that will be the new home of his wife’s ministry starting Thursday.

For years, Rivera had been crediting God for his skills on the field, where he tallied a record 652 saves before retiring last season. Now his foundation has poured about $3 million into restoring the 107-year-old church for Refugio de Esperanza, or Refuge of Hope, the Pentecostal Christian congregation led by his wife, Clara.

Mariano RiveraRivera, 44, has been quiet about the project, declining to speak about it in advance of the opening. Most residents walking by earlier this week did not even know he was involved.

But he briefly mentioned the opening of the church after receiving a humanitarian award from the Jackie Robinson Foundation on Monday.

“You don’t do it to be recognized,” he said. “You do it because it comes from the heart. You want to please the Lord.”

The grey stone building had been a Presbyterian church but was abandoned in the 1970s and was eventually bought by New Rochelle, a diverse city of about 77,000 just 6 miles north of the Bronx. The church is next door to the police and courts headquarters, and police had used some of the space to store evidence, said architect Jonathan Villani.

Meanwhile, his wife’s congregation had been outgrowing its meeting place — the Rivera home. Rivera told New York magazine last year, “We only fit like 50 people, 60 people tops.”

“We have whites, we have blacks, we have Hispanics,” he said. “We have all kinds. It doesn’t matter. As long as you love Christ, we in it. And if you don’t love him, we will work with you so we put you on the right path.”

The congregation’s website says it “felt the need to organize a local church that would not only present the message of salvation to its attendees, but also provide programs that would meet the needs of the less fortunate in the community.” Plans call for a “learning center” that will provide education, sports and other after-school programs for children.

“He’s doing something not just for his faith but at the same time setting up a place where he can help kids,” said Brandon Steiner, a Rivera business partner whose sports memorabilia firm is headquartered in New Rochelle.

Mariano Rivera, Clara RiveraSteiner said he’s never seen Rivera so focused on a project.

“He was like the general contractor,” Steiner said, laughing. “He was in there directing painters.”

The city agreed to sell the building to Rivera for $1 in return for his promise to rehabilitate it. One opponent at the time, City Councilman Louis Trangucci, said Wednesday he still feels the city should have tried to get more for the property. But he said the project has only enhanced the area “and I support what Mariano had done with the church.”

Mayor Noam Bramson said the city did not have the money it would have taken to save the building.

Villani said the church needed plenty of work: The bell tower had begun collapsing, and a new front wall needed to be built and new stained glass windows installed.

“We loved the stonework, and some of the inside beams were still in good condition,” he said.

Across the street at Kenny’s Barbershop, Carlos Sanchez has been watching the renovation every day.

“It looks a lot better,” the barber said. He even met Rivera at the site several times.

“He’s a cool guy,” Sanchez said. “And look what he’s doing, a new church in the neighborhood.”

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53 Responses to “Rivera’s renovated church opens in New Rochelle”

  1. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Re-post:

    As far as the last spot is concerned, I think it shakes out this way right now. Sizemore, Anna, Nunie and Solarte. As well as he’s played, I think Solarte has little shot. He gets sent to Scranton to provide insurance for future possible injures. If the Yanks like Sizemore, Anna gets cut and Nunie gets sent down. But if Sizemore is not impressive enough to lose Anna, then it’s between Anna and Nunie with the loser sent to Scranton.

    The 40 man is going to figure a lot into this. Not much space there. The Yanks could decide to cut a pitcher like Turley, but they may need to do that to add someone to their bullpen like Tateyama. Actually there’s probably a lot less competition than we think going on because of the roster situation. Can’t imagine Claiborne not making the 25 though I’m not sure he deserves it. Depending on how 5th starter competition goes, the bullpen may just come down to Betances vs. Cabral.

  2. Hankflorida March 7th, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Re-post
    agreed….they have tried this throw 50 players at the wall and hope one sticks thing before……they tried it at 3B last year…..didn’t work….they tried it at SS and catcher last year…..didn’t work…..

    Blake, we learn from the past and last year should be one that showed the problem of trial by error(forgive the pun.) Just look at the history of the Yankees that made them champions. Crosetti and DiMaggio were getting older and there was Rizzuto and Mantle ready to take over. They traded away there power second basemen, Joe Gordon, and Jerry Colemen was waiting in the wings. Cano is gone, A-Rod is a question mark and Jeter is retiring, and as you say, they are throwing players at the wall hoping that they stick.

  3. CompassRosy March 7th, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    @Softykjr: Lloyd McClendon on @RobinsonCano : “I think he’s fallen in love with this team and the team has fallen in love with him.” Thats a lotta love

    :-)
    Not a lot of love shared yesterday however, as Robbie had a root canal – ouch!

    ====

    I’m cheering for Michael today!
    Really hope he can come all the way back from his surgery and continue his blossoming . . . even though it’ll be in pinstripes.

  4. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    In some ways, the simplest roster solution is to have Phelps with the 5th spot and send Pineda and Nuno down. That way you can keep Betances and Cabral. Warren is your long man.

    For me, I’m not convinced Claiborne and Cabral even deserve 40 man spots. I think they could be replaced by the likes of Daley, Leroux, Lewis or Burawa. Tateyama is a special case. I think they’d like to keep him. But it’s doubtful Cabral will get cut since because other than Lewis I don’t think there’s another left reliever around unless you use Nuno.

  5. Tackelberry March 7th, 2014 at 12:15 pm

    CompassRosy March 7th, 2014 at 12:05 pm
    @Softykjr: Lloyd McClendon on @RobinsonCano : “I think he’s fallen in love with this team and the team has fallen in love with him.” Thats a lotta love

    _________________________________

    Just wait til they start losing. Then we’ll see how much he ‘loves’ them.

  6. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 7th, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    “I think Nova, Tanaka and Kuroda will be good. Jury still out for CC and haven’t seen Pineda yet.”

    I’m expecting good things from both but with Adam Warren, David Phelps and Vidal Nuno in the wings, I just can’t bring myself to worry.

    ;)

  7. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 7th, 2014 at 12:18 pm

    GRRR!!!! on not being able to see or hear Pineda’s game tonight!

    :mad:

    Great day otherwise, ya’ll!

    :)

  8. Tackelberry March 7th, 2014 at 12:18 pm

    I think Solarte has a better chance than Anna becuase he can switch hit, and play all over the infield. Still think Sizemore has the best chance. As for releivers, Claiborne and Cabral have a better chance than Daley or Leroux. Lewis might have a shot if he keeps pitching so well. I think Burawa ends up at AAA since he was at AA all last year. Tateyama also has a chance as a righty specialist.

  9. blake March 7th, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    I could fall in love with a lot of things for 240 million dollars.

  10. Hankflorida March 7th, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    Trisha, your hybrid team is based on good pitching to go along with the ability to manufacture runs with speed and clutch hitting. I think that with CC becoming more of a Pettitte like pitcher will add to the efficiency of the pitching. I still prefer the power team in The House That Ruth Built, and I hope that the 2011 Ellsbury is what we get so not only can he turn walks into doubles but give us the three run homer.

  11. Jerkface March 7th, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    I think it is a bummer that a 7 PM friday night game is not being televised.

  12. blake March 7th, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    “Blake, we learn from the past and last year should be one that showed the problem of trial by error(forgive the pun.) ”

    as I’ve said before part of the reason it’s disappointing to me is actually because they are really close to being good……I don’t get why Hal would spend so much money and leave such a hole in the infield….especially in Jeter’s final season. I guess we’ll see how it plays out……

  13. blake March 7th, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    “I think it is a bummer that a 7 PM friday night game is not being televised.”

    major sucks…..

  14. Doreen March 7th, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Hi Rosy! Hope you’re well and enjoying ST and the feeling of all things new.

    What’s not to love about Robinson Cano? He enjoys the game and is so talented. And, as far as him loving Seattle – I say, great for him. Look, what’s done is done, and you move on. He’s signed on for 10 years, he’s a Mariner, and all the best to him.

    Wish he was still a Yankee, but what can ya do?

    :)

  15. blake March 7th, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Will Leitch ?@williamfleitch 22m
    Pete Rose and Sports Illustrated seem to think gambling on baseball is less damaging than PEDs. They’re very wrong. http://www.sportsonearth.com/a.....st-problem

  16. dan l March 7th, 2014 at 12:44 pm

    bigdan22? Why would you think the Yankees might consider cutting Turley? no chance.

    Sizemore has no shot to make this team out of spring training. He might get called up when his first opt out day comes.

  17. UpState March 7th, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    Sizemore, Anna, Nunie and Solarte….

    Can we keep them all at one level or another ?

    Would we be forced to ‘release’ anyone ?

  18. BoJo March 7th, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    Turley–6’4″ LHP with a 95mph FB…struck out 10 in 6 innings in playoff game last year…building up innings…year trade him and Nova while you are at it. Sure.

    Turley probably is the next Yankees prospect that makes it without much fanfare. They always seem to be the ones who make it.

  19. BoJo March 7th, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    Hop a ride on the Turley bandwagon

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UzUXb0C4KM

  20. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    ““I think he’s fallen in love with this team and the team has fallen in love with him.” Thats a lotta love”
    —————————————————-
    He hasn’t fallen in love with the team, he’s fallen in love with the paycheck.

    …That’s alot of love!

  21. 86w183 March 7th, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    Pete Rose and Sports Illustrated seem to think gambling on baseball is less damaging than PEDs. They’re very wrong.

    *************************************************************************

    I agree. Neither is a major concern.

    There is gambling on every sport. It happens. In this hyper information age “inside” action would be identified in a heartbeat. Hell, guys on opposing teams routinely bet dinner on the game’s outcome. Teammates bet dinner or a c-note on who has the better game. Mayors and Governors bet on the World Series, Super Bowl and anything else they can think of.

    PEDs led to the greatest boom in revenue in baseball history. Every era is “tainted” to some degree

  22. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    I’m loving Pineda as the stealth starter. Start him in a Friday night so nobody will even notice. Keep it on the back burner.

    Let him explode on the AL in April, not March!

  23. CompassRosy March 7th, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    ::: Just wait til they start losing. Then we’ll see how much he ‘loves’ them. :::

    Nah.
    My name is Rosy and I’m not about to start out the spring with anything less than rose-colored glasses :-)

    ====

    Hi Doreen!
    Yep, enjoying Seattle spring in all its sogginess . . .
    though the glow of the Super Bowl is still keeping many of us dry ;-)

    ====

    off to meetings for the day . . . WAY too many for a Friday :-(

    Go, Michael!!!

  24. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 7th, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    Hankflorida, I’m still mopping up my computer from all the cybertears that were shed the last time the Yankees were a power team. They didn’t win the world series that year either.

    You need some of both. I see this year’s team as just that.

    Count thine blessings!

    ;)

  25. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    UpState March 7th, 2014 at 12:45 pm
    Sizemore, Anna, Nunie and Solarte….

    Can we keep them all at one level or another ?

    —–

    I’m sure they’d love to but they can’t. There is only so much space on the 40 man. Nunie and Anna are already on. Sizemore and Solarte are not.

    For Sizemore to make the team, Anna would most likely be released. If Sizemore doesn’t make 25 man he can opt out. I think the Yanks would accept losing Anna if Sizemore is healthy and hits in ST. I don’t think they’d would accept losing Anna for Solarte, which is why I think it’s almost a certainty Solarte gets sent down.

    Nunie will be with the Yanks till the end of time.

  26. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:13 pm

    I dont see them moving nunie either. If he hits, he’s probably the third baseman. if he doesn’t nobody wants him.

    I expect him to make the most starts at 3B this season.

  27. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:15 pm

    Manny Ramirez says he’s not retired and is looking for a team to give him a chance.

    More competition for bernie williams….

  28. trisha - true pinstriped blue March 7th, 2014 at 1:15 pm

    6 THINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR. . .

    1. If you have food in your fridge, clothes on your back, a roof over your head and a place to sleep — you are richer than 75% of the world.

    2. If you have money in the bank, your wallet, and some spare change — you are among the top 8% of the world’s wealthy.

    3. If you woke up this morning with more health than illness — you are more blessed than the million people who will not survive this week.

    4. If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the agony of imprisonment or torture, or the horrible pangs of starvation — you are luckier than 500 million people alive and suffering.

    5. If you can read this message — you are more fortunate than 3 billion people in the world who cannot read at all.

    6. If you are a fan of the New York Yankees, you are luckier than all of the fans of the other teams combined, because you are a fan of a team that has won 27 world championships, with the next closest team coming in at 11.

    COUNT YOUR DAMNED BLESSINGS!

    You’re welcome. :)

    Later y’all.

  29. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:16 pm

    Seattle wants to move Montero and Smoak, they were both very publicly available.

    I think it’s just showcasing.

  30. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    dan l March 7th, 2014 at 12:44 pm
    bigdan22? Why would you think the Yankees might consider cutting Turley? no chance.

    Sizemore has no shot to make this team out of spring training. He might get called up when his first opt out day comes.

    —-

    They certainly do not want to cut Turley but if they add Sizemore and one relief pitcher not already on 40 man (Tateyama?) they will have to cut someone. Axisa at RAB discussed this this morning. He thinks the first three to go on the 40 will be Anna, Flores and Turley. I agree with Anna. After that, it gets tough. That’s why I think the Yanks will most likely fill out the bullpen with their current 25. Most of the other guys you see pitching now are just for show.

  31. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:18 pm

    although I’m guessing that since Cano seems to be calling the shots out there, maybe he asked them to give his booooy Jesus a shot to be the extra bat he’s been asking for.

  32. 86w183 March 7th, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    Trish —

    Nice column…. but your math needs work. You spelled out 14 things to be thankful for…. and you left out this blog!

    That’s 15 and counting.

    some more — if you have friends you can rely on…. if your parents are still alive… if your kids are healthy… if you got a good education… if your neighbors aren’t idiots…

  33. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    cole hamels had another setback, the phils will be looking up at the whole league this year. Lee , Hamels, JRoll and Utley will all be available at the TD.

  34. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    You are right dan l. I thought Sizemore’s opt out was April 1. It’s May 1. So that gives the Yanks a lot more time. They could keep Anna through April even if Nunie makes the 25 by sending Anna and Sizemore down.

    Still think Solarte goes down. Same reasoning. Don’t think they want to lose Anna over Solarte. So essentially, this comes down to Anna vs. Nunie for the last spot.

  35. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    i have one more: If you ate bacon-stuffed pancakes for breakfast you should be thankful!

    :)

  36. blake March 7th, 2014 at 1:29 pm

    Ys Guy says:
    March 7, 2014 at 1:23 pm
    cole hamels had another setback, the phils will be looking up at the whole league this year. Lee , Hamels, JRoll and Utley will all be available at the TD.

    Agreed…..they are gonna suck.

  37. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    Bronson Arroyo signed a 3 year deal (2 guaranteed) with Arizona this offseason.

    Now he has a bulging disc….

  38. UpState March 7th, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 1:10 pm
    UpState March 7th, 2014 at 12:45 pm
    Sizemore, Anna, Nunie and Solarte….

    Can we keep them all at one level or another ?

    —–

    I’m sure they’d love to but they can’t. There is only so much space on the 40 man. Nunie and Anna are already on. Sizemore and Solarte are not.

    For Sizemore to make the team, Anna would most likely be released. If Sizemore doesn’t make 25 man he can opt out. I think the Yanks would accept losing Anna if Sizemore is healthy and hits in ST. I don’t think they’d would accept losing Anna for Solarte, which is why I think it’s almost a certainty Solarte gets sent down.

    Nunie will be with the Yanks till the end of time.

    ————————

    Thanks for the summary !
    Nunnie ’till the end of time’ …..is a very disturbing thought.

  39. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    maybe the arroyo situation will move Az to sign santana and keep him away from the Orioles.

  40. tomingeorgia March 7th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Carmen Berra just died. Say a prayer for her, but especiallt for Yogi.

  41. Jerkface March 7th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    When you want to discuss who or why the Yankees would cut anyone you have to look at the 40 man roster. Here it is. We know that a certain amount of players are basically not going to be cut. Then there are top prospects that most likely will not be cut. Then there are just prospects, and these guys are the borderedge of being cut. Then there are the waiver claim guys and stuff who are the most likely to be cut. Other guys/prospects might be traded rather than cut, which is why we might see Phelps or Warren or Ichiro shipped out. I’ll label the 40 man how I think it shakes out.

    Pitchers
    Manny Banuelos – Top prospect, will not be cut
    Dellin Betances – Huge upside reliever for this year, will not be cut
    Cesar Cabral – Only the 2nd left handed relief candidate on the current roster, borderline
    Jose Campos – Low A prospect, trade bait but probably will not be cut
    Preston Claiborne – Relief prospect, major league experience now, so unlikely to be cut, trade bait maybe
    Shane Greene – Strong starting pitching prospect, trade bait but likely will not be cut
    Shawn Kelley – Major league reliever, trade but would never be cut
    Hiroki Kuroda – Major league starter
    Bryan Mitchell – Strong starting pitching prospect, trade bait
    Ivan Nova – Major league starter
    Vidal Nuno – Possible major league pitching asset, left handed, not a big time prospect so on the borderline of cut vs trade
    David Phelps – Major league pitching asset, would be traded never cut
    Michael Pineda – Major league starter/bullpen asset
    Jose Ramirez – Hard luck starting pitcher, likely bullpen guy, huge upside so trade bait
    David Robertson – Major league reliever
    CC Sabathia – Major league starter
    Masahiro Tanaka – Major league starter
    Matt Thornton – Major league reliever
    Nik Turley – Strong Left handed starter prospect, but with control issues
    Adam Warren – Major league pitching asset

    Catchers – Pretty much everyone except McCann here is trade bait, would never be cut
    Francisco Cervelli – Major league BUC
    Brian McCann – Starter
    John Ryan Murphy – Top catching prospect
    Austin Romine – Top catching prospect
    Gary Sanchez – Top catching prospect

    Infielders
    Dean Anna – Waiver guy, trying to win a job in spring, would be cut easily if a better option appears
    Derek Jeter – Duh
    Kelly Johnson – Major league bench/starter
    Eduardo Nunez – Major league utility guy, could be traded but has a year or two before cut risk
    Brian Roberts – Major league bench/starter
    Alex Rodriguez Restricted **
    Brendan Ryan – Major league bench
    Mark Teixeira – Major league starter

    Outfielders
    Zoilo Almonte – 4th/5th OF guy, only guy on the 40 man that is capable of backing up right now
    Carlos Beltran – Major league starter
    Jacoby Ellsbury – Major league starter
    Ramon Flores – Mid range prospect, trade bait & cut bait due to lack of outstanding tools/performance
    Brett Gardner – Major league starter
    Slade Heathcott – Top prospect, trade bait but no worry for being cut
    Alfonso Soriano – Major league starter
    Ichiro Suzuki – Major league 4th OFer, huge trade bait

    So if you remove the starters and only look at guys who are potentially cut bait we have:

    Ramon Flores
    Dean Anna
    Nik Turley
    Shane Greene
    Jose Ramirez
    Cesar Cabral

    The Yankees 40 man roster is always a mess, its an area where they struggle to have efficiency. In the best world you’d have a 40 man full of top prospects ready to make an impact and major league filler that is easily replaced. The Yankees have a lot of guys on the 40 man right now who are just dead weight (Campos, Heathcott, Banuelos, Greene, Flores, Sanchez). Like its nice to have Campos in the system but he provides jack crap on the 40 man.

  42. Tackelberry March 7th, 2014 at 1:45 pm

    Deepest sympathies go out to Yogi Berra on the passing of his wife Carmen. Yogi, our thoughts and pryaers are with you

  43. Benny Blanco March 7th, 2014 at 1:45 pm

    Remember when phillie fans were excited about having 4 aces? How did that turn out? Smh

  44. Jerkface March 7th, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    Who could go in a trade to clear space?

    Ichiro, Warren, Phelps, Ramirez, Heathcott, Romine, Murphy, Sanchez, Cervelli, Campos, Turley, Greene, Flores.

    So the Yankees have options, but you have to do a 2 for 1 to really clear space unless you receive the piece you want for the 40 man back in the trade

  45. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    RIP. I’m up on the Montclair State campus and pass the Yogi Berra Museum regularly. I’m always concerned about Yogi’s health and now to hear this is very sad news indeed.

    RIP

  46. Ys Guy March 7th, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    i dont blame teams going after winning a WS when it’s realistic.

    coming off a 97 win season in 2010 they went for it and brought in lee and tried to win before the window closed.

    they won 102 games in 2011, so it did work for one year, but they lost to the cards in the nlds.

  47. bigdan22 March 7th, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    “So if you remove the starters and only look at guys who are potentially cut bait we have:

    Ramon Flores
    Dean Anna
    Nik Turley
    Shane Greene
    Jose Ramirez
    Cesar Cabral

    ——

    Disagree on Ramirez. He’s not going anywhere.

    As to Cabral, if he gets released, he may get replaced by another lefty reliever not already on the roster (Lewis??) so I’m not sure this is an available spot. Could replace with Nuno though so that would open a spot.

    Anna is a clear first choice. After that, who knows, but it would be Flores, Turley and Greene in some order, or possibly Cabral.

  48. CompassRosy March 7th, 2014 at 1:57 pm

    :::: Ys Guy says:
    March 7, 2014 at 1:16 pm
    Seattle wants to move Montero and Smoak, they were both very publicly available.

    I think it’s just showcasing. ::::

    Not sure where you heard that (re: Smoak anyway)
    Not only did Mac tell Justin (at the very start of ST) that 1B was his to lose, apparently, he has some lofty goals for him . . .

    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/articl.....8;c_id=sea

  49. Mottsx March 7th, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    Franklin and Montero for Phelps, Ichiro, Nunie and Turley?

  50. austinmac March 7th, 2014 at 2:20 pm

    Condolences to Yogi for loss of his wife.

    I utterly disagree gambling is not a concern. That goes to the fundamental issue of trying to win. The Black Sox almost destroyed baseball.

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