Now we know for sure that Derek Jeter will be retiring after the upcoming season. And if all goes well, Mark Teixeira thinks the Bombers can give their captain an extra-special sendoff.
Many fans will feel sad because watching Derek Jeter has been a part of their childhood and adulthood. But we should realize it’s an opportunity to celebrate having seen one of the greatest players in baseball history.
They owned October year after year. Derek Jeter and his baseball brothers — the gang that grew up champions. One by one, they walked away from the game until Jeter was the last man standing in pinstripes.
Future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter is retiring after the 2014 season. Here’s how the baseball world — media members, former players and fans — reacted to the news.
Call it a passing of the torch, of sorts. In 2015, there will only be one captain on the New York baseball scene: Mets third baseman David Wright.
A published report said Monday night that the president of the Metro-North Railroad has decided to step down.
A former Parsippany police captain’s retirement payout and pension have been held up as a result of township allegations he wrongly got rid of a large amount of police documents.
His comments were captured on video for the upcoming documentary “Being: Mariano Rivera,” a 90-minute behind-the-scenes feature on the future first-ballot Hall of Famer’s final season with the Yankees.
Pedro Martinez was dominant. Roger Clemens was the most valuable pitcher. Greg Maddux was brilliant. Randy Johnson was overwhelming. Mike Mussina was underrated. Andy Pettitte? He was a winner.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi says he’ll talk to Mariano Rivera in the offseason about whether the Hall of Fame-bound closer definitely wants to call it a career.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday weighed in on a report that nearly 3,000 veteran NYPD officers are eligible for retirement this month.
The free-agent guard told FOXSports.com he was walking away from the game — and a contract with the Dallas Cowboys.
While the end of the beginning of the Alex Rodriguez mess arrived Monday, the beginning of the end unfolded in Chicago for another great player.
Americans are living longer, and now, some New Yorkers are calling for a new attitude toward older adults.
After a long career, one of New York’s bravest has hung up his turnout coat for the last time.