This baseball season for the Yankees has been better to start then most. They’re currently at 25 and 16, and they seem to be setting themselves up for another run at the playoffs. But Aaron Judge has been a big part of that and he’s gotten a lot of attention from fans. And the Yankees are happy to help that along! Read the rest of this entry
Yes, Derek Jeter was great. No, this sweater is not. Read the rest of this entry
The Corning Preserve in downtown Albany pays respect to Yankees legend, Derek Jeter, as he takes the field at Yankee Stadium one last time Thursday night. Not only will you see Jeter’s famed number 2, shining brightly as the tower lights up with the captain’s digit, but you can also witness history and watch his final game in Yankee pinstripes at the Egg, on the big screen! Read the rest of this entry
There are few players in sports that have such a cultural impact. Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, Tiger Woods. These three men are the faces of their respected sports, even though they may have been retired or removed from the sport for some time. The same goes for Derek Jeter, who is getting ready to hang it up for good in just a few short weeks. Read the rest of this entry
New York Yankees’ first baseman, Mark Teixeira, has his own interview segment called Foul Territory. Teixeira’s interview skills appear to be less than stellar, but his on-field play has garnered him some big name guests. So far, we’ve seen “Tex” speak with a base; an empty chair, he’s had Jacoby Ellsbury and filled him in on his bad beaver experience, and let’s not forget Tex’s offer to be Masahiro Tanaka’s tour guide in a recent episode. Each sub par sit down has all lead up to Tex’s biggest interview yet – Yankee captain, Derek Jeter. Watch Jeter walk out on the interview when Tex asks him what it was like to play with Mickey Mantle. Oh boy… Read the rest of this entry
As a dedicated New York Yankee fan I have to say that next season is going to be a weird one. It will be the first season without Derek Jeter in 20 years.
The big announcement came down yesterday that Derek Jeter would be retiring at the end of the 2014 MLB season. Being that Jeter has been playing for nearly 20 years and was a player that made me fall in love with baseball, I think it’s only fitting to review some of his best moments as we lead up to the season. Read the rest of this entry