RONALD BLUM, AP Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The Yankees have honored Derek Jeter before the first home game of his final season by reuniting the Core Four that helped the team during a stretch of five World
Today is Derek Jeter’s last home opener. Which occasioned a press conference about it all, of course. The highlight of the press conference: Jeter said Yankees fans are the greatest in the world. He quickly followed that by saying
The New York Yankees have released their starting lineup for today's home opener against the Orioles, is the Captain in it?
With another single in the fourth inning of today’s game, Jeter has passed Paul Molitor and now stands alone at eighth all-time in hits. Your browser does not support iframes.
With a single in today’s ballgame against the Toronto Blue Jays, Derek Jeter has collected career hit No. 3,319 tying him for 8th all-time with Paul Molitor.
The YES Network recently looked at five things Yankees Fans should look forward to on Opening Day:
Derek Jeter announced his retirement last week and today he held a press conference to discuss his reasons for leaving baseball.
On this edition of ELOOnline, Eric Lopez breaks down Derek Jeter’s Legacy. Where does Jeter rank all-time in Yankees history? Why You Should Listen : Eric Lopez talked to his friend Jeff Sharon about Derek Jeter’s legacy. Where does Jeter
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Derek Jeter is back to being Derek Jeter, hard at work and ready to compete.