The Yankees must find a replacement for Derek Jeter, but apparently it’s unlikely to be Philadelphia star Jimmy Rollins.
New Yorkers may have re-elected Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but plenty of them would rather see Taylor Swift and other celebrities shake it up.
Derek Jeter playing baseball and Derek Jeter playing golf have two things in common: unnecessarily long games. Jeter and President Barack Obama played golf on Saturday in Las Vegas at Shadow Creek, one of the most exclusive courses in Vegas. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods did not take kindly to a satirical interview Dan Jenkins published in the latest edition of Golf Digest, and he wants to let everyone know about it. Woods took to Derek Jeter's The Players' Tribune on Tuesday, sharing his...Show More Summary
Derek Jeter and Barack Obama played golf together while in Las Vegas over the weekend. According to Reuters, the former New Yankees star and the President of the United States played at Shadow Creek Golf Club, which is an exclusive course that is owned by MGM Resorts International. Show More Summary
President Obama traded swings with Yankee legend Derek Jeter on Saturday — on a golf course.
President Barack Obama hit the links on Saturday with former New York Yankee All-Star Derek Jeter. Mr. Obama, a White Sox Fan, joined Mr. Jeter at the Shadow Creek club in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The golf course is considered one of the most exclusive in the world.
Poor Tino Martinez: Obama's golf partners today include Derek Jeter. — Angela GreilingKeane (@agreilingkeane) November 22, 2014 The course reports former Yankee Tino Martinez is playing today but in a different foursome than Obama and...Show More Summary
When you've banged as many chicks as Derek Jeter ... running into exes becomes an occupational hazard, and last night it was Jessica Alba's turn for the awkward moment.Jeter and Alba were both guest speakers at the Goldman Sachs technology…
Tiger Woods and Dan Jenkins did little to burnish their own brands, but their online tussle will no doubt do wonders for Golf Digest and Derek Jeter’s new website. Tiger Woods and Dan Jenkins, you may have heard, came to virtual blows...Show More Summary
Could Elvis Andrus be the long-term successor to Derek Jeter in the Bronx? Don’t count on it.
The Yankees have several areas of need this winter, but finding Derek Jeter’s successor appears to be at the forefront of Brian Cashman’s mind.
Entering the 2014-15 Major League Baseball offseason, the New York Yankees are in a position they've been wholly unfamiliar with for more or less 20 years—on two accounts. First, they're coming off a second straight season without reaching the playoffs for the first time since 1992-93. Show More Summary
As the New York Yankees continue their search for Derek Jeter's replacement, their sights could soon be setting on Texas Rangers star Elvis Andrus. Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported Monday that New York is "intrigued" by the two-time All-Star. Show More Summary
Teams don't generally get a shot at signing all of their ideal targets, but the New York Yankees would have an unbelievable offseason if they could sign the players necessary to fill their biggest holes. With Derek Jeter gone, the biggest hole on the team is obviously at shortstop. Show More Summary
Get some participation ribbons ready. 2014 was an incredible year for sports. The Seahawks destroyed the Broncos in the Super Bowl, Derek Jeter retired from baseball, Madison Bumgarner broke World Series pitching records and California teams dominated the NBA and NHL playoffs. Show More Summary
And here it is... yet another tribute to #2... courtesy of Red Sox superfan Ben Affleck.Ben was out at a "Project Greenlight" event on Sunset last night when we asked if he's GLAD the NY Yankees superstar finally called it quits this season. And…
Derek Jeter shows his support for the Dallas Cowboys with a sweatshirt on Wednesday afternoon (November 5) in New York City. The 40-year-old retired New York Yankees baseball star was joined on his walk by his model girlfriend Hannah Davis. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Derek Jeter Recently, one of Derek‘s former teammate [...]
Derek Jeter’s final game at the Stadium was so emotional that Ichiro Suzuki thought he might cry himself. He was amazed at the way the captain kept it together on a tearjerker of a night.
John Flaherty got the walk-off hit that ended the July 1, 2004 game between the Yankees and Red Sox that is famous for Derek Jeter plunging into the stands at the old Stadium.