Sure, A-Rod is no Derek Jeter. But Derek Jeter's Age 25 season couldn't carry A-Rod's jock.
With all the recent success of the New York Yankees it is easy to forget that New York City was briefly ruled by the Mets in the mid-1980s. With Derek Jeter gone and the Yankees expected to struggle in 2015, there is at least one sign that it is about to happen again. Show More Summary
Following shortly after shortstop Derek Jeter’s retirement, former New York Yankees Outfielder Bernie Williams made his retirement official. Williams, who has been playing baseball for 16 years a for the team in addition to playing the outfield. Show More Summary
A great baseball player on the field, a great person off the field. Derek Jeter is doing it right. The post Former New York Yankee, Derek Jeter is… Doing It Right appeared first on The Good Men Project.
When guys play a sport professionally for upwards of 20 years, it can be difficult for them to walk away. Since it’s all they’ve known for most of their lives, it can be a struggle to say goodbye. Then there’s Derek Jeter, who is experiencing his first year of his adult life not being a […]
“To be honest with you, I don’t miss it at all.”
Throughout last year's farewell tour, Derek Jeter was asked repeatedly whether he thought he would miss the game after he retired.
Retired New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter apparently has no regrets about walking away from Major League Baseball after an accomplished career that spanned 20 seasons. FoxSports.com's Jimmy Traina relayed what Jeter had to say during...Show More Summary
Did Arenado’s catch on Tuesday night remind you of anything?
Guy #1: I didn't know people in Brooklyn wear Yankees caps.Guy #2: Since when do you care about baseball?Guy #1: I like to watch baseball when it's on.Guy #2: When is that? After Project Runway?–Carroll Park
The New York Yankees opened the 2015 season with a dispiriting 6—1 loss at home, but perhaps more dispiriting, to the team and to Major League Baseball, was the absence of one man: Derek Jeter, who retired last year after two decades as the Yankees’ shortstop and the league’s unassailable marquee player. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter‘s publishing house Jeter Publishing, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, will publish a new memoir by Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski. “Rob Gronkowski stands out on and off the field to his fans and peers alike,” stated Jeter. Show More Summary
Did you know that Derek Jeter has a publishing house? Well, I didn’t, but apparently he has a partnership with Simon & Schuster because he’s Derek Jeter and who would say no to him? (RHETORICAL QUESTION). While thus far the partnership...Show More Summary
Jeter Publishing, the book imprint founded by the best baseball player ever and all-around great man Derek Jeter, has landed its first big name. Literally. The book is by Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronkowski’s book—It’s...Show More Summary
Just another event in the Winter of Gronk.
Don’t worry: It will be “intimate.”
Drunk girl #1: He has such bad hair.Drunk girl #2: No, you know who has bad hair? Derek Jeter.Drunk girl #1: Yeah, but he can’t help it. He’s half black… what? He is.–Queens
When the Yankees last left the Bronx, they were basking in the glow of Derek Jeter’s final memorable moment at Yankee Stadium.
The former Yankee star has been busy with two major ventures, one on the Internet and the other in print.
A team that is well-versed in nostalgia is moving on at shortstop as Didi Gregorius prepares to replace Derek Jeter on opening day.