In this Sept. 12, 2013 photo, Mariano Rivera Palacios, father of New York Yankee pitcher Mariano Rivera, shows his son's baseball glove at his home where he has a wall filled with memorabilia from his son in Puerto Caimito, Panama. Rivera Palacios, who worked as a captain on a sardine boat, likes to muse about his son's long journey to New York: "Sometimes when I'm in Yankee Stadium, I'm watching from the stands and I say to myself: `Look where Mariano has come from _ from Puerto Caimito, a town full of mud and a stinking fish meal plant. But this is what feeds us.''