By Celia Fernandez | 12/08/2015 - 16:09
Love isn't dead after all. Some celebrities have been with their significant others through thick and thin since like the dawn of time (we're kidding, but you know!).
By Cristina Arreola | 10/17/2013 - 15:09
Last week, Mario Lopez reached a huge milestone: the hunk turned 40! We've been crushin' on Mario since the 90s, and we think he looks as amazing as ever.
Mario isn't the only Latino who has aged like a fine glass of scotch. Check out our list of 22 Latino hotties over 40:
By Samantha Leal | 05/04/2012 - 11:16
Mariano Rivera, the Panamanian closer for the Yankees, injured his knee Thursday night at batting practice, reports CBS news. The 12-time All-Star was practicing before the Yankees game against the Kansas City Royals, when his right knee buckled against the wall as he went for a fly ball. He dropped to the ground as fellow player Alex Rodriguez uttered “oh, my God” from across the field.
By Sugey Palomares | 02/21/2012 - 16:04
- Panamanian professional pitcher Mariano Rivera made a couple of questionable comments at yesterday's press conference for the beginning of spring training. He mentioned making a decision, but deciding to remain elusive about it for now, “I just don’t want to tell you. I know now. I will let you guys know when I think I should tell you.” The 42-year-old Yankees player has been with the New York team for over ten years and recently underwent vocal cord surgery. Fans have been suspicious about whether Rivera will retire his catcher's mitt. What do you think?
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 11/23/2011 - 13:34
There are many goosebump, pride-instilling moments by Latinos in the history of the sport, but we restrained ourselves and picked a few favorites for you to look back on and enjoy as you watch your Thanksgiving Day football, belly full of turkey and ron. Enjoy!
By Amaris Castillo | 09/20/2011 - 08:00
Mariano Rivera, the closer for the New York Yankees who made the cut fastball famous, set the Major League Baseball (MLB) all-times saves record last night with 602 saves. Until yesterday, the Panamanian 41-year-old athlete’s career saves were tied 601 to retired player Trevor Hoffman. “For the first time in my career, I’m on the mound alone,” Rivera told the Associated Press.