The 2006 version of Todd Coffey is looking like Mariano Rivera to my eyes. The stuff of these pitchers is very similar. They both find their success by throwing 93-94 MPH cut fastballs that have late movement as they approach the fringes of the strike zone. This year Coffey is throwing a lot more of these two seam fastballs and he'll mix in an occassional splitter. Rivera exclusively throws cutters and his speed does not vary. The key to his success is late movement. Nice to see Coffey finding his niche and this model sure has been proven to work in New York.