Found February 24, 2012 on
New York Yankees - New York Post:
TAMPA — Derek Jeter is in the eye of the beholder.
If you are a Jeter true believer then you dismissed the visual and statistical evidence from the beginning of 2010 to midway through last year when Jeter performed as one of the worst regularly used players in the game. You...
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Derek Jeter knew his doubters were out there, especially after he opened 2011 in the same subpar fashion in which he played much of 2010.
Derek Jeter on Friday proclaimed that there's no reason to believe he can't play another full season at the level of excellence he has always demanded of himself.
Jeter says he'll know when it's time to retire from baseball
TAMPA — From the moment he arrived in the big leagues and started inching his way toward Cooperstown, Derek Jeter was confident every obstacle could be cleared.
Slumps were a few at-bats away from ending. Injuries that were supposed to require a month to heal did so in three weeks. Birthdays...
Derek Jeter knows what Mariano Rivera's big secret is, but the Yankees captain isn't saying.
Also, Derek Jeter intends to keep Mariano Rivera's secret
For the first time in three years, the Derek Jeter arrival press conference didn’t feel awkward. The contract issues are well behind the Captain. His offensive revival, during which he hit .327 in the second half of last season, ended speculation that he is washed up. His defense remains reliable, if not rangy, enough to quiet any talk of a position switch.
One of the best things about being a baseball fan right now is that we we'll forever get to tell people we saw Derek Jeter play. Someday, we're going to be asked about him in the same way previous generations of fans were asked about Frank Robinson and Sandy Koufax.
Mariano Rivera may not have been ready to share his decision on retirement with the world, but the closer did disclose his decision to at least one person outside of his family: Derek Jeter.
Yankees captain Derek Jeter said that it seems more "awkward" not having Jorge Posada in camp than it was to come to Spring Trainings without Andy Pettitte.