Yankees To Retire Jeter's Number, Unveil Monument Park Plaque May 14He leads the team all-time in hits (3,465), games played (2,747), doubles (544) and stolen bases (358).
30 With Murti Podcast: The Yankees' Core Four, Plus BernieWFAN's Sweeny Murti presents the group interview session with the five core Yankees, together on the 20th anniversary of their first world championship together.
Yankees Honor 20th Anniversary Of 1996 World Series Team In Pregame CeremonyThe Yankees honored their past Saturday when the 1996 World Series championship team returned for a 20th anniversary celebration.
Jeter Lauds Ichiro After Hit Machine Reaches Magical 3,000At 42 years, 290 days, Suzuki is the second-oldest player by three days over Ricky Henderson to reach the milestone.
Derek Jeter Marries Hannah Davis Over Weekend In CaliforniaThe greatest shortstop in New York Yankees history has finally tied the knot.
Derek Jeter Receives Apology From Air Force Over Facebook PostThe Tampa Bay Times reported the post had two photos, one showing the citation and another that showed someone on a boat. The caption said, "On behalf of the Boston Red Sox, here is your ticket Derek Jeter."
Reports Derek Jeter, Hannah Davis Getting Married This Weekend PrematureDerek Jeter is about to put his bachelor days behind him.
New York Sports Stars And Their Celebrity RomancesSeeing New York sports stars romantically linked to celebrities is nothing new. Here's a look at some other such couplings.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Core Was Truly A Fantastic 4In the history of our pastime, it's hard to recall a confluence of timing and talent like that of the Yankees' iconic Core Four, spawned by the most celebrated franchise in American history
Derek Jeter: I Want To Help Grow BaseballDerek Jeter says he not only wants to someday own a major league team, he also wants to help increase the sport's popularity.
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: Kid Named Jeter Made His Shot CountThere was always an aura about Derek Jeter, and it was no surprise when the New York Yankees used the No. 6 pick in the 1992 first-year player draft to select him.
Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: Jeter Finishes 2nd In 2006 MVP VotingDerek Jeter's best season came in 2006, when he batted .343 with 14 homers, 97 RBIs and 118 runs.

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