He was given a plaque listing his many accomplishments, like his franchise-high 3,465 hits, his 2,747 games played, his 11,195 at-bats, 544 doubles, 358 stolen bases, 14 All-Star Games and five World Series rings.Three of George Steinbrenner’s children, Jessica, Hal and Jennifer, gave him plaques and rings, and former teammate Carlos Beltran gave him a Monument Park blazer, given only to Yankees with their number retired.Jeter aptly closed the ceremony in style, with an understated yet resounding speech to his adoring fans, as if he was lining a single to right field with his trademark inside-out swing.
To say that this tree is large is not an exaggeration since even celebrities are in this number.People like Vanessa Minnilo, Jessica Biel and Scarlet Johansson are said to have contracted Herpes from one Derek Jeter.When it comes to dating, his stats speak for themselves.We have to thank Sports Nation for tweeting an absolutely incredible Derek Jeter "Dating Diamond" during the game.After all, Derek Jeter is well known for spreading herpes, apart from his other exploits. Many people happen to have Herpes, since sex is not the only way that it is spread.
For about 20 years, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has been a star in Major League Baseball.
He was joined by many of his teammates, like other Core Four members Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte, former manager Joe Torre, and bench coach Don Zimmer’s widow, Soot.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly, the captain before Jeter, congratulated him with a video message.
It's only right that The Captain has a Victoria Secret supermodel on this list.
was 12-for-12 in stolen base attempts, had an .831 slugging percentage and a .637 on-base percentage… was named 1992 High School "Player of the Year" by the American Baseball Coaches Association…
Baseball’s all-time saves leader and former Yankee closer Mariano Rivera was also at the BTIG event, and said he hopes his former teammate Jeter becomes an owner, although Rivera said Jeter hasn’t yet tapped him to be part of the ownership group nor to be the Marlins’ future pitching coach if Jeter is successful in buying the team.