Another New York Yankee tops the charts as one of Major League Baseball’s most admired and respected players ever.
This famous shortstop became known as Mr. November through unique circumstances surrounding the postponement of the 2001 World Series.
Yesterday proved to be a most fitting sendoff for New York Yankees Derek Jeter.
And, I’m not referring to Jeter’s third inning RBI infield single during his last Major League Baseball plate appearance.
My final memory of Derek Jeter in a baseball uniform will be the beautifully odd way a bitter adversary and its fan base sent off one of its hated divisional rivals’ legendary players.
On a warm July night in Minneapolis, Mr. November or The Captain – otherwise known as Derek Jeter – enjoyed a magical night in his 14th and final MLB All-Star Game.
Jeter went 2 for 2 in the mid-summer classic and further cemented his reputation as the most respected player in the game today.
A viral Nike Jordan Brand video attests to the level of respect #2 has garnered as top athletes, famous entertainers, fellow all-stars and even rival Red Sox fans tip their caps to the incomparable New York Yankees shortstop.
After 19 pinstripe wearing seasons, the New York Yankees captain is finally calling it quits.
Yesterday, Derek Jeter formally announced that he will retire following the 2014 Major League Baseball season.
The 1996 Rookie of the Year and five-time World Series Champion is the all-time Yankees leader in games, hits, at bats and steals.
Jeter is recognized as one of the finest players and people to have ever played the game of baseball. Yesterday’s statement from MLB Commissioner Bud Selig summarizes the impact the Yankees shortstop has had on the sport.