Fans chanted the familiar “Hip, hip, Jorge!” several times during a ceremony.
You can’t put a particular price on memories. But Cashman didn’t realize that fans would pay good money to stroll down memory lane.
A 21-page profile of Brian Cashman is shedding some light on just how contentious it got when the retired Yankees captain was negotiating his contract in 2010.
There really are humans, professed baseball fans and historians who think Derek Jeter is allegedly better than Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.
Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera retired as beloved in the Bronx as any of the greats in Monument Park. But neither landed on the Yankees’ Mount Rushmore.
No contract clause is worse than Bobby Bonilla’s with the New York Mets, but here are some other contracts that certainly raise some eyebrows.
Twins second baseman Brian Dozier discusses his childhood idol Derek Jeter, his passion for hunting and his hidden talent.
Stop comparing him to Jeter — even for a day, for an inning. Even for a hit. Especially the 3,000th hit.
When Yankees fans give Didi Gregorius a shout out, it is not necessarily positive. Gregorius hears it after making an out or committing an error: not his name, but his predecessor’s.
Kevin Long knows a thing or two about Derek Jeter from his eight years as hitting coach in the Bronx. And he sees some of No. 2 in the Mets’ captain.
It’s safe to say Derek Jeter is happy with his decision to retire from baseball.
Derek Jeter, the iconic Yankees shortstop who retired after the 2014 season, didn’t throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Yankee Stadium on Monday because he was unavailable, Newsday reported.
This amazing feature was rolled out on April 1 — and we hope it sticks around past April Fools’ Day.
Jeter left behind a team in transition, that failed to make the playoffs in consecutive years for the first time in a generation and is beset with an older core coming off injuries.
Long is entering his first season with the Amazin’s, and one player in particular reminds him of the future Hall of Famer. No, not David Wright. Try newcomer Michael Cuddyer.