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During the pre-game ceremony for their May 14th matchup against the Houston Astros, the New York Yankees retired Derek Jeter’s No. 2 jersey. Jeter, affectionately known as “The Captain” helped the Yankees win five World Series championships during his career before retiring from the game in 2014. With his No. 2 now retired, he becomes the 22nd player to have his number retired...
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WATCH: Yankees fans describe Derek Jeter Day

Fans tell Yankees Magazine what it means to them to be part of Derek Jeter's jersey retirement day at Yankee Stadium.
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Sports & Politics Intersect: NBA power players continue to speak against Trump

Front Five: The top stories that shaped both sports & politics this week “To this day, I feel like there's a cloud, a pall over the whole country in a paranoid, surreal sort of way.” - San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg PopovichWhile May is generally the time for playoff basketball talk, coaches and owners alike did not hold back their opinions on President Donald Trump...
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Derek Jeter, Jeb Bush reportedly lose investor in Marlins deal

The ownership group led by Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush that is making a push to purchase the Miami Marlins has lost an investor, according to a report.Bloomberg reported on Thursday that an investor who had been in talks to contribute $150 million to the $1.3 billion bid has dropped out. The investor reportedly was unable to reach a deal over the terms of his investment.The Jeter and...
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Alex Bregman tried to change jersey number for a night in honor of Derek Jeter

Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman grew up idolizing Derek Jeter, which is why the 23-year-old was thrilled his team was the visitor on Sunday when the New York Yankees retired Jeter’s number. And if Bregman could have changed jersey numbers as his own tribute to Jeter, he would have.Bregman, who wears No. 2, told reporters after Houston’s 11-7 victory that he tried to...
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WATCH: Derek Jeter delivers passionate speech to Yankee faithful

Sunday marked a day that will forever be talked about by Yankees fans, as Derek Jeter — the former face of baseball — had his retirement ceremony at Yankee Stadium.Some of Jeter’s former teammates, as well as some friends, were in attendance for the big event.Jeter showed how great of a speaker he is, when he delivered an emotional, captivating speech for the Yankees faithful...
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Alex Rodriguez will not attend Derek Jeter Night

It’s been a long, long time since Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez considered themselves friends, and that was never more evident than during a CNBC interview earlier this month when the duo were sat next to each other and asked about their relationship.Although both played it smooth, Jeter was clearly uncomfortable. And shortly thereafter, ESPN’s Dan Le Batard reported that Jeter...
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As No. 2 gets retired, Derek Jeter remains one of a kind

This weekend, the New York Yankees will retire their 22nd number in club history when they add Derek Jeter's No. 2 to the greatest collection of franchise stars in sports history. As the recently retired Yankee prepares to get his due in the house that he built, it is a prime time to assess exactly why he remains the biggest name in the sport despite not putting on a pair of cleats...
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Derek Jeter pens heartfelt essay of gratitude to New York

Derek Jeter on Sunday will have his No. 2 jersey enshrined at Yankee Stadium in Monument Park. And the New York Yankees icon took some time ahead of the ceremony to pen a heartfelt letter to extend his deep gratitude to the fans of New York.Jeter’s essay, fittingly published Thursday on the website he founded, The Players’ Tribune, is entitled “Thank You, New York.” An accompanying...
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Derek Jeter reveals ‘one regret’ from outstanding MLB career

Derek Jeter is now in the midst of his third season away from the game of baseball after retiring in 2014 following a sterling 20-year career. And the New York Yankees icon recently was asked to identify the “one regret” from his Hall of Fame-caliber career.“My last season, I kept a journal; every day I’d write something in there,” Jeter said on Monday during an interview...
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