For the few who doubt Jeter deserves a place in baseball’s Olympus on a statistical basis, don’t use the stats. Use the eyes.
Derek Jeter put on New York’s navy pinstripes for the last time Thursday night, for a game that culminated in a fairytale ending.
So, how long will fans stand to chant that familiar “Der-ek Je-ter!” refrain? Bleacher Creature Bald Vinny’s guess might surprise some.
The highlight reel of Derek Jeter’s career is pretty obvious. And it will take you about 30 seconds to ﬁnd it on your phone. My memories are the ones that aren’t on YouTube.
While some these days may celebrate Rosh Hashanah saying “L’shanah tova,” in any language, universally, Yankees fans should wish each other a “Happy 2 Year!”
Yankees fans were closely watching the forecast on Wednesday night, as a nor’easter was bearing down on the area.
Joe Girardi wasn’t sure what would happen if Jeter and the Yankees were rained out. “That’s a great question,” he said. “I’m sure it would upset a lot of people.”
Derek Jeter began his final series at Yankee Stadium by breaking open the game with a two-run double, and he had three RBIs to lead the New York Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 Monday night.
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Even the Bombers acknowledge they are running out of time. With just 20 games remaining, they have a 5½-game deficit to overcome for the AL’s second wild card.
If you saw the conga line of luminaries honoring Derek Jeter at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, you realize his deeds reached way west of the Hudson.
Fans are in for a treat on Sunday in the Bronx. Just don’t expect the Yankees to retire Derek Jeter’s jersey.
Without further ado, here are seven major-league ballparks that are better — for a variety of reasons — than Citi Field and Yankee Stadium.
A logo depicting Jeter’s last season will appear on the hats and left sleeves of players’ uniforms beginning Sunday, when the club hosts Derek Jeter Day at Yankee Stadium.
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