Some people just know how to put a smile on other people’s faces, and Yogi Berra was one of those people, according to Derek Jeter. Berra passed away on Sept. 22 of natural causes at the age of 90 and Jeter was one of several former New York Yankee players who attended his funeral in... Show More Summary
Michigan had former New York Yankees great Derek Jeter as a special guest on Saturday during its 31-0 drubbing of BYU in the Big House. The future Hall of Fame shortstop received a special Michigan football jersey from Jim Harbaugh and Jeter also got to spend some time with men’s basketball head coach John Beilein. […]
Derek Jeter was out in full support of the Wolverines on Saturday. The New York Yankees legend, who grew up in Michigan, received a personalized jersey from head coach Jim Harbaugh before the team took on BYU: With The Captain behind them, the Wolverines will look to upset the No. 22 team in the nation. [Twitter] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter spent most of his childhood in Michigan and attended the University of Michigan for a hot minute in high school before getting drafted by the Yankees in the 1992 first round. [Saturday’s college football TV schedule] So that’s why he was on the sideline Saturday to see the Wolverines […]
The Michigan Wolverines welcomed a special guest on the sideline of the Big House Saturday — Kalamazoo, Michigan’s own Derek (...)
There’s a new name near the top of the wildly bloated Players’ Tribune masthead. Get this: Kevin Durant, deputy publisher. Derek Jeter’s publication, designed to give athletes the chance to “write” pieces without the bother of going through the filter of ink-stained wretches and the people who edit them, announced the addition of the Oklahoma City Thunder […]
Bit of a shake up at the top of Derek Jeter’s Players Tribune. Less than a month after Jeter named Caroline Wozniacki a Senior Editor (...)
Hey, his words, not ours. Over at the Player's Tribune, the Derek Jeter venture that gives athletes a forum, David Ortiz reminds us all of his inherent Big Papiness. The setup: Just like on the first day of elementary school, we ask athletes to answer 10 questions about themselves so you can get to know them better. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter remembered Yankee legend Yogi Berra, who died Tuesday night at the age of 90, as a “dear friend and mentor” Wednesday morning.
‘To me he was a dear friend and mentor.’
Blue Jeans Network's powering one billion minutes of video conferencing this year. That impressed NEA--and Derek Jeter--enough to inject the company with a $76.5 million funding round to build a "Salesforce for video."
Most people remember Derek Jeter as the 14-time all-star shortstop, who’s made more than $265 million in salary playing for the New York Yankees. But Jeter has been growing his footprint within Silicon Valley tech circles lately, launching...Show More Summary
Professional athletes continue to do it for themselves when it comes to creating original media content. The biggest brand in that landscape is probably The Players Tribune, backed by Derek Jeter’s star power, venture capital funding...Show More Summary
Tiki Barber is following in Derek Jeter's cleat-steps on the "athlete-turned-media-mogul" track. The former New Yok Giants running back has set his sights on the talent booking industry. Along with Mark Gerson—who co-founded Gerson Lehrman...Show More Summary
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Ex-MLB standouts Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada had sex in a sauna at Yankee Stadium in 1995, a former New York Yankees equipment manager shockingly claims in a new book.… READ ON
As if you need another reminder that Derek Jeter's life is better than yours, here it is. While some spend retirement traveling and golfing, Jeter is, oh wait, he is actually traveling and golfing. But unlike Average Joe, he's traveling with a supermodel and on the golf course with POTUS. Show More Summary