“To say Iran doesn’t practice terrorism, is like saying Derek Jeter never played shortstop for the New York Yankees,” Netanyahu said.
We can drown you in stats, but Derek Jeter’s career lay in moments and memories. Like the blue tarp of a summer sky for his final game, and all the Yankees fans who ambled through the Fenway stands, unmolested.
Fans in pinstripes milled unharassed inside Fenway Park — a scene unimaginable a decade ago — mixing with Bostonians showing their esteem for a player who relished the rivalry as much as they do.
If you missed it, don’t worry — and get your camera ready. The iconic skyscraper will pay tribute to the five-time World Series champ again Monday night.
Needless to say, Boomer and Craig certainly had their work cut out for them, which is just how they like it…
Derek Jeter hit a run-scoring infield single in the final at-bat of his 20-year major league career, leaving to a standing ovation at Fenway Park.
Suzyn’s interview with Jeter aired in three parts this past week on the WFAN Yankees Radio Network. Listen to it in its entirety here.
It was going to be virtually impossible for Derek Jeter to top his final game at Yankee Stadium, and it’s unclear if the Yankees captain will get the chance because of an ailing hamstring.
Derek Jeter went 1 for 2 with an infield single and left for a pinch hitter in the fifth inning. Even he wasn’t going to pull the Yankees out of this hole in the next-to-last game of his 20-year big league career.
Derek Jeter took the night off after his emotional final home game and watched a bunch of New York Yankees rookies beat a group of Boston Red Sox rookies 3-2 on Friday.
Manager Joe Girardi has Jeter sitting out the series opener on Friday night against the Boston Red Sox. Jeter has said he will play during the weekend series out of respect for the rivalry.
While fans, non fans, kids and adult everywhere celebrated the legendary Yankees’ captain’s last hit at Yankee stadium, let’s take a look at the best reactions from friends of DJ, fellow athletes and other celebrates who took to Twitter to pay their RE2PECT to Number 2.
Derek Jeter still has three games left before retiring, but Cooperstown officials already are thinking about his likely induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
It may have gotten lost in the moment, but after Jeter won the game for the Bombers, the cameras caught his little nephew tipping his “Re2pect” cap.
The perfect script. Jeter capped his Yankee Stadium farewell with the game-winner in the bottom of the ninth, the latest — and perhaps last — storybook moment of his career.