After being suspended the entire 2014 season due to his involvement in the infamous Biogenesis scandal Alex Rodriguez will be making his return in 2015. After missing the entire 2014 season and only playing in 44 games in 2013,
New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter appeared on the Tonight Show for what would seem like obvious reasons. The guy barely needs an introduction.
Now, he's joining media with a new website devoted to delivering athletes' "unfiltered" views to the fans.
On Sunday, September 27 2014, the biggest rival in baseball history was put on hold to honor one of the greatest players to ever step foot on the field, Derek Jeter. The two teams have competed in MLB’s American
In honor of Derek Jeter's great career coming to an end, the Empire State Building lit up Sunday night with white and blue and the No. 2.
Today is the last day of Derek Jeter's 20-year major league career and he is batting second and serving as the designated hitter for the New York Yankees.
Fans Honor Derek Jeter Yankees player, Derek Jeter recently played his final home games for his baseball career. Jeter’s final moment included his lucky turn at bat and winning the game 6-5 against the Baltimore Orioles at the bottom
Keith Olbermann is right about Derek Jeter. In case you missed it, the self-professed Yankee fan and ESPN-anchor-turned-political-pundit-turned-ESPN-anchor-again went all contrarian on us a few days ago in the lead-up to Jeter’s final home game at Yankee Stadium. Let’s
As he walks off a Major League for the last time as a player, we say thank you.
The end of Derek Jeter's career at Yankee Stadium couldn't have ended in any better style last night than with a walk off hit in the victory.