So as we mull over this year, let us also take a premature look at next year in anticipation of life without Jeter in 2015.
Forget everything you think you know about the Subway Series. The Yankees and Mets unveiled their 2015 schedules on Monday and the annual series between the clubs have been shifted.
In the middle of his postgame news conference on Derek Jeter Day, the New York Yankees’ captain took a moment to answer a reporter’s cellphone.
If you saw the conga line of luminaries honoring Derek Jeter at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, you realize his deeds reached way west of the Hudson.
It wasn’t the prettiest of Jets victories, but Craig is certainly encouraged, although curbing his own enthusiasm.
Derek Jeter remained as cool and collected as his play at shortstop when the New York Yankees honored their retiring captain with a 45-minute ceremony that included appearances by NBA great Michael Jordan and baseball ironman Cal Ripken Jr.
Yordano Ventura and the Kansas City Royals turned Derek Jeter Day into another disappointing defeat for the New York Yankees’ captain in the dwindling days of his career.
The future Yankees superstar became a regular customer at Nino’s Restaurant. Jeter even tried his hand at making a dish, now called “Chicken Jeter.”
For the past five months, opposing teams have honored Derek Jeter and presented him with parting gifts during pregame ceremonies. Sunday it will be the Yankees’ turn.
Brandon McCarthy won for the second time in six starts, and the New York Yankees feasted on Kansas City’s bullpen in a 6-2 win Saturday after Royals starter Danny Duffy left because of an injury after just one pitch.
James Shields pitched two-hit ball into the ninth inning and Nori Aoki lined a run-scoring single in the third following Chase Headley’s two-base error, leading the Kansas City Royals over the New York Yankees 1-0 Friday night.
The Yankees plan to have Masahiro Tanaka throw another bullpen session Saturday and say the injured star must pitch in some sort of game setting to determine whether he can avoid elbow surgery.
Chris Capuano was watching, hoping for some of that old Bronx mojo. And then, boom, Mark Teixeira. Tie game. Boom, Chase Headley.
Mark Teixeira and Chase Headley hit solo home runs off Koji Uehara in the ninth inning, and the New York Yankees stunned the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Thursday night to bolster their slim playoff hopes.
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