NEW YORK — Derek Jeter isn’t trying to lead the Yankees to the postseason this September, so he spent part of Tuesday afternoon watching tennis instead. The Captain sat in Caroline Wozniacki’s player’s box for her 6-2, 6-0 blowout of Jamie Loeb, the Ossining, N.Y., native and reigning NCAA champion from North Carolina. What’s the connection, […]
When you have a new boss, the least you can do is give him some plumb seats to your first U.S. Open match. Caroline Wozniacki, a newly (...)
Digital video has already been a part of the content offered by The Players’ Tribune, Derek Jeter’s media venture devoted to giving athletes a voice in providing their own perspective and telling their own stories. But the site is making a bigger push into that medium with a new series. Show More Summary
Retired New York Yankees star Derek Jeter posted a Q&A he conducted with fans to his Web site The Players’ Tribune on Thursday and the theme was clear — Jeter is catching up on American culture after spending the past 20 years becoming an icon of it. For instance, to answer the question, “What have […]
In two decades as a major-league star, Derek Jeter developed a well-earned reputation for avoiding controversial remarks. In his first year of retirement, the New York Yankees icon founded the Players' Tribune -- "the voice of the athlete," as he puts it.
Good one, Jeets.
The longtime Yankees captain duped us all with a fake link to his Twitter account.
Derek Jeter may be known as one of baseball's ultimate nice guys. But apparently he's a different person on the golf course.
Stealing from the president feels like a thing that should be a crime, but when you're Derek Jeter, receiving a pardon is a laughing matter to President Barack Obama. "Derek Jeter stole money from me," said Obama to laughter at a fundraising event for the Nevada Democratic Party on Monday night. Show More Summary
Guy: No homo, but Derek Jeter has a pretty amazing ass. Probably the best ass in baseball.Girl in front of him: Oh, it is not at all gay to appreciate Derek Jeter's ass. The New York Post once said it could stop traffic. –Yankee Sta...
Derek Jeter is almost certainly a lock for the Hall of Fame when he comes up for election in a few years. The following story, about the time he hustled President Obama in golf, will cement his bid. On Monday night, Obama went to a fundraiser at the Nevada home of Las Vegas Sun owner […]
Apparently, Iran’s mullahs aren’t the only ones swindling Barack Obama. Admittedly, the guy declares victory after allowing Iran to police its own nuke program isn’t the toughest mark you could choose, but it doesn’t make this story any less awesome.
Obama claims Derek Jeter hustled him, 'stole money' in golf game
The Captain took money off the Commander-in-Chief on the golf course, and President Obama isn't too happy about it. The two played together as part of a foursome at the elusive Shadow Creek in Las Vegas back in November 2014. When Obama...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama claimed he was hustled on the golf course by former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. Obama told the story during a fundraiser at the home of Las Vegas Sun editor and publisher Brian Greenspun in Nevada on Monday evening. Show More Summary
When President Barack Obama went up against New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter on the golf course in Nevada last November, he was under the impression that the Captain was not good at golf. That proved to be a costly mistake. President...Show More Summary
Model citizen and baseball hero Derek Jeter pulled off a heist at a big shot democratic golfing fundraiser. Per a Politico report, Jeter robbed the leader of the free world — President Barack Obama. Obama recently recalled the incident...Show More Summary
Derek Jeter was lauded throughout his career for that intangible element of ‘playing the game right.’ But according to (...)
The catcher was known as the fiery member of the 'Core Four,' which also included Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera.
The Yankees’ pinstriped hard-on for Troy Tulowitzki was an open secret. Every season was supposed to be the one that the shortstop was finally traded to usurp Derek Jeter in New York. Also as well-known was the strained relationship between Jeter and GM Brian Cashman, though no one would talk about what turned things sour. Read more...