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The Yankees Recreated the Great Bambino Scene from “Sandlot.” Luckily, Nobody Invited A-Rod. (Video)

Now that Derek Jeter is gone, the Yankees face a pretty big challenge. No, I’m not talking about finding somebody to take his place at shortstop. Jeter has been a pretty below-average player the last few years. The Yanks can fill his spot on the roster with just about anybody and it’ll be an improvement. […]

Derek Jeter And Hannah Davis Catch A Sumo Wrestling Match In Japan

These sumo wrestling spectators are big in their own right. Retired Yankees great Derek Jeter and girlfriend Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model Hannah Davis caught a match Thursday in Osaka, Japan. Jeter and Davis pictured...Show More Summary

Hey, look: It's Derek Jeter watching sumo wrestling

The legendary Yankees shortstop apparently respects more than one game.

Derek Jeter shook hands with a top sumo wrestler, who had no idea who Jeter was

Derek Jeter is in Japan to participate in a charity baseball game, along with fellow ex-Yankee Hideki Matsui. While there, ol’ No. 2 took the opportunity to check out some of his host country’s biggest (literally) sports stars — sumo wrestlers. Being a pretty huge star in his own right, of course, Jeter was invited to meet some […]

Michael Jordan: Champion athlete, professional cigar smoker

Michael Jordan is a man of many talents The basketball player, turned baseball player, turned golfer donned casual golfing attire Friday at the Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitation in Las Vegas. In typical Jordan fashion, he was smokingShow More Summary

Michael Jordan plays golf by smoking cigars MID-SWING

Michael Jordan tees off at the Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational in Las Vegas. #DJCI A video posted by The Players' Tribune (@playerstribune) on Mar 13, 2015 at 11:00am PDT Michael Jordan is a busy man. He's a billionaire, a team owner, he has sneakers to sell -- nobody has time to do all that AND smoke AND play golf. Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez adds juice to Yankees-Red Sox

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The last time the Yankees and Red Sox met in a meaningful game, the Fenway faithful were showering Derek Jeter with affection and applause. Something just didn't feel right.

With Derek Jeter Gone, Who Is the New King of New York Baseball?

Can we all agree that we can stop asking who's going to replace Derek Jeter as the "Face of Baseball"? We should be able to. Depending on where you stand, that's either a question without an answer or a question with two reasonable answers. Show More Summary

How the Yankees Are Killin’ It With Brand Awareness

How the Yankees Are Killin’ It With Brand Awareness March 10, 2015 Everywhere I go people are wearing New York Yankees’ apparel. People who probably don't even know who Derek Jeter is are sporting “Evil Empire” gear from Brooklyn to Berlin. Show More Summary

Brian Cashman Talks Yankees Captaincy Following Derek Jeter Retirement

If New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has his way, Derek Jeter will be the last captain in franchise history. "I think Derek did it as well as anyone can," Cashman told's Wallace Matthews on Thursday. "He wore it well, and I'm not a big advocate of giving out the captaincy anyway. Show More Summary

Yankees’ Captaincy Is Open, and It May Stay That Way

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

General Manager Brian Cashman reiterated on Thursday what he said on at least two occasions last season — that he would like to have the title of captain retired along with Derek Jeter.

Brian Cashman Says The Yankees Should Retire The Very Idea Of Captaincy

3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

On the radio today, Yankees GM Brian Cashman declared that if it were up to him, the Yankees would never name another captain after Derek Jeter, who was "so perfect" in the role but retired or died or something. Read more...

With Derek Jeter Gone, Yankees' Boom-or-Bust Roster Could Face Turbulence

TAMPA, Florida — Routinely in the early days this spring, the Yankees haven't started workouts until late morning. Nobody begins their workdays this late in the spring, ever. Not in Florida. Not in Arizona. Why did manager Joe Girardi do it? Was it because: A. Show More Summary

Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching Potential, Taking on N.Y.

After Derek Jeter’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop. Based on previous years, the assumption was that the Yankees would sign an aging free agent such as Hanley Ramirez. Show More Summary

Yankees Running Out of Jerseys So Quickly They May Be Forced to Play Shirts vs. Skins

By the end of the summer, the New York Yankees will have retired 21 jersey numbers since 1939. Once Derek Jeter retires, they'll lose another. The fact that a zero has never been worn by a member of the team makes the list of unattainable numbers even longer. A backup shortstop... More »

Derek Jeter’s Lessons Live On ... With Blue Jays

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The former Yankees catcher Russell Martin, who signed with Toronto in the off-season, said he had vivid memories of Derek Jeter’s strict routines and unyielding approach to the game.

Bucks Larry Sanders On NBA Life: ‘You Have To Be Politically Correct’

Larry Sanders walked away from one of the highest profile, most lucrative positions on the planet as the starting center for the Milwaukee Bucks. Now, Sanders explains why. In an exclusive video on the Derek Jeter owned web site TheShow More Summary

The Cuba Diaries: The Last Days of the Caribbean Derek Jeter, Carlos Tabares

4 weeks agoSports : Vice: Sports

Time is running out in the remarkable career of Havana Industriales outfielder Carlos Tabares, considered by many the Derek Jeter of Cuba.

New York Yankees: A Healthy Tanaka Can Lead Yanks to Playoffs

The New York Yankees have a ton of question marks heading into spring training. It will be the first time in a long time without Derek Jeter at shortstop. Alex Rodriguez will likely lead the league in publicity, but he may or may not hit. Show More Summary

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