Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter9 posts
25 Sep, 2014

Would wear Jeter hat to Fenway

King, a long time Boston Red Sox fan, admits he would wear a Derek Jeter hat to Fenway Park in honor of the New York Yankees shortstop’s last game if he were attending.

For years, the Red Sox and the Yankees have been mortal enemies and this year Derek Jeter is going to finish his career at Fenway Park. We hated him all those years because he always broke our hearts but everybody in that stadium is going to stand and applaud at every at-bat that he has in that last game. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but if I was there, I’d wear a Jeter hat to Fenway Park. My kids would never speak to me again.

18 Sep, 2014

Gatorade ‘My Way’ homage

Gatorade pays homage to Jeter with Frank Sinatra’s song My Way. The commercial shows Jeter in a taxi heading to the stadium and then deciding to get out and walk to be among his fans.

Gatorade | Made in New York ft. Derek Jeter

23 Jul, 2014

Cancels retirement for Red Sox deal

Reports confirm that Jeter will sign a contract with the Boston Red Sox for $25 million dollars for three years.  The New York Yankees and The Boston Red Sox are long-time rivals and fans from both teams are against the deal. One Boston fan says:

The guy is a first-rate jerkoff. He comes to our team, takes a wicked huge load of money, and he probably won’t do a damn thing for us. Screw Jeter. We don’t need him playing in Fenway

The contract will be signed this week.

16 Jul, 2014

Nike’s tribute

Nike’s Jordan Brand debuts a commercial to celebrate the Yankee’s player career that includes celebrities such as Jay-Z, Tiger Woods, Carmelo Anthony talking about his performances. The 90-second spot airs during the ESPYS Awards July 16.  A shorter 60-second version of the spot will run across the Yankees’ YES Network, ESPN and other sports programming.

Gets 63-second standing ovation

Jeter makes his last appearance at an All-Star Game before retiring at the end of the season.  The crowd gives him a standing ovation lasting 63 seconds. Sinatra’s New York, New York plays over the PA system while Jeter waves to the crowd, shakes hands with the players in the dugout and comes out to the field for another look at the crowd.  Jeter scores two hits in the game, and the American League wins the game 5-3.

19 Feb, 2014



Jeter announces, in a 15 paragraph post on his Facebook page, that the 2014 baseball season will be his final and will be retiring from the New York Yankees:

I realized that some of the things that always came easily to me and were always fun had started to become a struggle. The one thing I always said to myself was that when baseball started to feel more like a job, it would be time to move forward.

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