Mariano Rivera will be the next Yankee to be honored in Monument Park.
The Yankees announced Thursday that they will dedicate a plaque for the all-time saves leader Aug. 14 before a game against the Rays.
Rivera, 46, a member of five World Series champion Yankees teams, retired after the 2013 season with 652 regular-season saves. He also holds the record for most career postseason saves with 42.
The Yankees dedicated plaques in Monument Park to three of Rivera’s former teammates — Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte — last season. Derek Jeter, who retired after the 2014 season, figures to be the next Yankee after Rivera to be recognized there. — ERIK BOLAND