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A little girl walked up to Derek Jeter on Wednesday morning and told him without hesitation, "My mommy said you were her favorite player." He smiled at her, handed her a stuffed backpack as a holiday gift, and replied, "Tell your mommy I said thanks."
The Yankees will retire Derek Jeter's No. 2 and unveil his Monument Park plaque on May 14.
Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter returned to the field at the Al Oerter Recreation Center in Queens on Saturday morning to the utter delight of 100 children from all five boroughs of New York.
In honor of Ichiro Suzuki racking up his 3,000th career hit, we asked other members of the 3,000-hit club -- listed in order of career hits -- to share their thoughts on Ichiro becoming the 30th member of their exclusive fraternity.
Former Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter married model Hannah Davis on Saturday in California, according to multiple reports.
You can't hold Captain's Camp without a captain, and as the Yankees' four-week program for 20 of their top prospects winds down, Derek Jeter visited on Monday evening to treat some of the team's brightest young talent to a surprise dinner out on the town.
The holiday season started early at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday as the ballpark played host to Derek Jeter's Turn2 Foundation Christmas wrapping party.
Derek Jeter paid tribute to fellow Yankees legend Yogi Berra on Tuesday in a piece published on The Players' Tribune. Berra passed away on Sept. 22, the 69th anniversary of his Yankees debut, and a funeral service was held Tuesday. He was 90.
Yogi Berra shook hands with Babe Ruth, helped bridge the gap between Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle and won more World Series rings than all of them. That made him a treasured link to the Yankees' past for Derek Jeter, who considered himself something of a student of franchise history.
During his 20-year career with the Yankees, Derek Jeter was a 14-time All-Star, five-time World Series champion, Rookie of the Year and World Series MVP.
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