Mariano Rivera is not the only Yankees pitcher that will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this summer.
Mike Mussina garnered 76.7 percent of the 75 percent of the votes necessary to join Rivera, Roy "Doc" Halladay and Edgar Martinez in the Hall of Fame Class of 2019.
Mussina, 50, pitched eight seasons with the Yankees and 10 with the Baltimore Orioles. He was a five-time All-Star and seven-time Gold Glove award winner.
He finished with 270 career wins, a 3.68 career ERA (3.57 FIP), and 2,813 strikeouts. Mussina won 147 of those games with the Orioles but had his only 20-win season with the Yankees in 2008 -- his final year of his career.
Some of Mussina's former Yankees teammates lauded the right-hander upon hearing he will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
"Mike was a very quiet and very smart pitcher," Paul O'Neill told Mark Feinsand of MLB Network. "He was definitely one of the best of his generation. He just never made the headlines because of his quiet personality."
John Flaherty, who caught Mussina while with the Yankees, said: "When you were catching Mike Mussina, you quickly realized that you were catching a pitching genius. I have never caught a pitcher who was more self-aware of what ind of stuff he had ine ach particular start. One day he would be a dominant power pitcher with his fastball, and five days later he would be a finesse pitvcher his his off-speed stuff. To do it all in the offensive AL East -- genius!"