No. 3000

Christian Lopez On WFAN: I Gave Back Derek Jeter's 3,000 Ball, And I'd Do It AgainIf not for a rainout last Friday night, New York might never have heard of Yankees fan Christian Lopez. "When I jumped on it, my first thought was to ... show everybody I had it. As soon as I did that I was like, 'This is an awful idea,'" he told WFAN's Boomer & Carton on Friday.
Mitch Modell On WFAN: Why I Gave Christian Lopez My '09 Yankees World Series RingAccording to Mitch Modell, one good deed deserves another. The CEO of Modell's Sporting Goods announced on Wednesday that the retailer will donate 5 percent of all Yankees sales over the next week to Christian Lopez. But that's not all.
Modell's, Miller High Life To Rescue Yanks Fan Christian Lopez From Tax Burden; Topps To Make Card Christian Lopez, the Yankees superfan who caught Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit on Saturday, is about to get some much-needed help from sporting goods giant Modell's.
Man Who Caught No. 61: Roger Maris Told Me To Keep Ball, Make Some MoneyThe parallels are uncanny between Christian Lopez, the 23-year-old who returned Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit ball, and Sal Durante, the lucky fan who came away with Roger Maris' record 61st home run ball in 1961. Except for one thing...
Report: For Exchanging Derek Jeter's 3,000 Ball, 14K Tax Bill Awaits Yankees Fan Christian LopezThe debate rages: Would you have given back Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit ball? Now it turns out that Christian Lopez, who owes more than $100,000 in student loan debt, may now owe 14 grand to the IRS.
Somers' Monologue: For Derek Jeter, Mr. Not-About-The-Numbers, It's All About 3,000Steve Somers opens up a Monday night schmooze by recapping Derek Jeter's incredible 5-hit day. OK, he touches on No. 3,000 too.
Would You Have Given Back Derek Jeter's 3,000 Ball?Yankees fan Christian Lopez is enjoying his 15 minutes of fame for giving back Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit ball rather than saving it or selling it for big bucks. What would you have done?
Schmeelk: Yankees Fans, Step Into The Derek Jeter Time MachineNo. 3,000 was inevitable. It wasn’t going to be that dramatic or special, I thought. I was wrong. I forgot I was dealing with Derek Jeter.
Could Derek Jeter Pass Pete Rose As MLB's All-Time Hits Leader?Derek Jeter has become the 28th player in MLB history to record 3,000 career hits. Now the question is: how far can the captain climb MLB's all-time list? Could he possibly surpass Pete Rose at No. 1?
From Zero To 3,000: Derek Jeter's Incredible Career In Yankee PinstripesHard to imagine now that he's reached the 3,000 hits milestone, but there was a time when Derek Jeter didn't think he would get a single knock in the big leagues.
Sweeny Says: Dick Groch, The Scout Who Signed Derek JeterWhen the Yankees held the 6th overall pick in the 1992 draft, they picked shortstop Derek Jeter from Kalamazoo, Michigan. The rest, as they say, is history.
Keidel: Where Will Derek Jeter Hit No. 3,001?The Yankees were 14-4 while Derek Jeter was injured, and are 1-3 since he returned. Jeter, just two hits from 3,000, has gone 4-for-18 (.222) in those games. It brings to light the great debate: where does Jeter bat for the rest of his resplendent career?