73,365 fans filled Yankee Stadium on September 30, 1947 to watch game one of the World Series between the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers. Millions of people around the world listened to their radios as announcers Red Barber...Show More Summary
When David Wright was asked if he caught any of Derek Jeter’s final moments at Yankee Stadium last week or in Boston on Sunday, he had a quick-and-ready answer.
Just when you thought you escaped the chaos of Derek Jeter’s retirement, Fox Sports 1 is dragging you back in for one last look at the Yankees captain’s final game at Yankee Stadium. Derek Jeter: A Night 2 Remember is described as “a...Show More Summary
Tommy (The Duke) Quinn, Mighty’s brother, was telling him about the time his brother-in-law (Dana) and sister-in-law (Carol) attended a game at Yankee Stadium in 2013.
We never get to know Derek Jeter’s innermost feelings, but we know his pride, and that is why it is not hard to imagine, as he slapped that game-winning base hit to right field in his final Yankee Stadium act Thursday night, it was,Show More Summary
That screenshot from Derek Jeter's last home game at Yankee Stadium on Thursday — showing a 2-2 score with two outs in the second inning, and a 2-2 pitch count from a pitcher who had thrown 22 total pitches in legendary number two'sShow More Summary
Standing in Yankee Stadium, watching Derek Jeter tip his cap one last time to the crowd signified more than just the end of an era to me, rather, it was the end of the only era of Yankee baseball I have ever known.
Yankees fans all over America shed some tears when Derek Jeter singled home the winning run in his last home game of his career. They cried at Yankee Stadium, they cried at sports bars, they cried at home. They even cried at work. Wait, what? That’s right. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter lived up to his reputation as he played in his final game at Yankee Stadium. Jeter’s first walk-off hit since 2007 resulted in a 6-5 victory for the New York Yankees and a roar of excitement from his team and fans that rattled the stadium, as Forbes reported on Sept. Show More Summary
Alexandria, Va.: What a magical ending to Derek Jeter’s career at Yankee Stadium!
Joe Girardi knew the pressure would be on him to orchestrate a memorable ending for Derek Jeter on Thursday night the same way he did for Mariano Rivera in his final game at Yankee Stadium a year ago.
They were down there near the batting cage area near the Yankee clubhouse at the new Yankee Stadium. This was before their Field of Dreams moment after Derek Jeter’s game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth on Thursday night, when...Show More Summary
After a tearful goodbye at Yankee Stadium, Jeter sat out the first game of the final series of his career, which will be played in Boston.
For two decades, no one has tried to beat Derek Jeter more than the Red Sox. So the Yankees’ blood rivals took great interest in how his swan song at the Stadium unfolded on Thursday night.
Giving new meaning to the term “absentee owners,” Hal and Hank Steinbrenner were not at Yankee Stadium Thursday night for Derek Jeter’s emotional farewell.
You might have tuned into NBC Sports last night and thought “Damn, this is a long Derek Jeter commercial.” And you wouldn’t have been entirely wrong. Reality twisted into fiction at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, with real-life taking...Show More Summary
Derek Jeter is getting a day off after his emotional farewell to Yankee Stadium.
Phil Jackson admittedly was watching football and missed Derek Jeter’s latest storybook moment Thursday night in his final game at Yankee Stadium.
Before Derek Jeter's emotional last game at Yankee Stadium, CBS Sports radio host Damon Amendolara brought his Yankees-fan producer, Shaun Morash, on the air to talk about Jeter's impending retirement. The tears came pretty quickly. Read more...
Ah, yes. The old switcheroo. The bait-and-switch is a mainstay of old ballpark cons, but one young ball boy wet his feet in the art at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night. The incident occurred in the bottom of the fifth, when Derek Jeter pulled a foul ball down the left field line. Show More Summary