Add one more check mark to the Twins' season: In a makeup game -- they weren't even supposed to be there! -- in New York, they were the victims of Marian Rivera's 602nd career save, which breaks Trevor Hoffman's all-time record. For the record, in the ninth:

Trevor Plouffe grounded to second.

Michael Cuddyer flied to right.

Chris Parmelee struck out looking.

One. Two. Three.

Rivera entered the game with a 1.34 career ERA against the Twins. It was Rivera's 32nd career save against the Twins. We imagine he's had tougher saves against the hometown nine, and in general -- maybe somewhere in the high 590s.

But there you have it: history.