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Oh, and did we mention that they played for over 20 minutes?!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) to relive the midnight memories!
His playing days are numbered, and Derek Jeter is soaking it all in!
The New York Yankees player has been on a tour of the USA, saying goodbye to ballparks as he goes, much like Mariano Rivera did last year.
Gatorade wanted to do their part in helping him say goodbye, and in helping themselves with some good marketing.
Farewell tributes are the best, aren’t they?!
Derek Jeter’s final year of baseball is hitting some fans hard, so they’re making all kinds of tributes to the New York Yankees legend.
Like this corn maze (above)!
VonThun Farms, in Pequennock NJ, has created a 5+ acre corn maze in Jeter’s likeness!
Now leaving the All-Star game, the shortstop, number 2, Derek Jeter. Number 2.
41,048 people stood up and cheered as the legendary baseball player bid farewell at last night’s All-Star game in Minneapolis.
Jeets came out in the top of the fourth inning and walked off with Frank Sinatra’s New York, New York playing throughout Target Field.
He tipped his cap to the crowd and then
The New York Yankees' Derek Jeter is one of the the best baseball players to have ever played the game.
We're only half way through Jeter's final season but that hasn't stopped everyone from getting Jeter fever.
Everyone everywhere wants to honor him with tributes of all sorts we bet!
Remember that saying, ‘You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone’? Well, Derek Jeter does!
The New York Yankee was previously rumored to be engaged to his Sports Illustrated model girlfriend Hannah Davis, but then things went south.
However, just days after the 23-year-old stunner's pics in the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue came out, the rumor is that they’re back on!
So was it this pic (above) that made Derek realize what an underboobalicious gem he let go?
Well, it probably didn’t hurt! But what the real reason is
Earlier today, the New York Yankees and MLB lost one of its biggest stars, and for once we're not talking about Alex Rodriguez!
Major League Baseball's commissioner Bud Selig released a statement on the imminent ending of the iconic shortstop's career, saying:
Holy shizz, sports fans! We did NOT see this coming!
Well, eventually — but not today!
Like most jobs, they come to an end: either you play long enough to get fired, or you see yourself retiring on a beach somewhere.
Derek Jeter is about to do the latter, because the word on the street is that he's OFFICIALLY RETIRING!
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