Unless the Red Sox and Yankees meet in the postseason, Sunday night will be the final game for Mariano Rivera at Fenway Park.
The Sox will honor the 43-year-old Yankees closer during a pre-game ceremony. Rivera has announced he will retire after the season.
Counting the postseason, Rivera has pitched in 60 games at Fenway Park during his 19-year career and in 127 games against the Red Sox in all.
“Fenway is a special place. I’ve always liked coming here,” Rivera said earlier this season. “The people have always treated me with respect and I appreciate that.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.