17. Mariano Rivera
Bonafides From 2002-2012: 2009 World Series Champion, 2003 ALCS MVP, 8x All-Star, 3x AL Rolaids Relief Award Winner
Mo is the greatest closer to ever live. His cutter was handed down by the gods themselves. Hundreds of bats met their death at the hands of the Sandman. At age 42, he shows no signs of slowing down and the fate of Yankees' victories still lays solely on his back during the ninth inning. The all-time saves leader is the only player in baseball that's allowed to wear Jackie Robinson's retired number 42. With all his accolades he remains humble and can serve as a great example of how to be a professional. Once the last inning came around and his song blared through the speakers, everybody in the building knew the game was over. Oh, and he did all this with one pitch. Do you homie, do you.