Remembering The '96 Yankees: A 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.
Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: Yankees Name Jeter Captain, Russo Flips OutOn June 3, 2003, the Yankees held a news conference announcing that Derek Jeter was being named team captain.
Yankees Fields In Tampa Named For Martin, Jeter, Ruth, GehrigSigns for each field were installed during an improvement project this year that includes new indoor batting cages and an expansion of the office-clubhouse building.
Yankees Learning From, Honoring Jeter, Berra At Spring TrainingNeither will be in camp this spring, but their presence is constantly felt in the organization.
Derek Jeter, Tom Brady Take Part In Michigan's Star-Studded National Signing Day EventDerek Jeter was one of my stars that took part in Michigan's National Signing Day.
9 NY Athletes Who Should Have Their Numbers RetiredMike Piazza and eight others are worthy of such treatment. Here are the ones I have in mind.
Boomer & Carton: Brian Cashman Isn't Expecting An Invite To Jeter's WeddingIn an effort to provide listeners with their baseball fix, Al Dukes booked Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to be a guest on the radio program Thursday morning.
Jeter Acknowledges Wedding Engagement In Blog Entry About New DogNotoriously private throughout a 20-year career that ended after the 2014 season, Jeter revealed Tuesday the almost 100-pound, 1-year-old Italian mastiff was a "gift last year from my fiancee."
Reports: Derek Jeter, Supermodel Hannah Davis EngagedJeter, 41, and Davis, 25, have been dating since 2012. It's unclear if they've set a wedding date.
Keidel: Yogi Berra Was Better And More Important Than Derek JeterMaybe Yogi Berra wasn't built for the silver screen and didn't have a silver tongue, but he was a silver slugger in baseball's golden age.
Yankees Retire Posada's No. 20 In Monument ParkFans chanted the familiar ``Hip, hip, Jorge!'' several times during a ceremony.