Derek Jeter waited less than a week after retiring from baseball to launch the first project of his next career: A website called The Players’ Tribune.
It was fitting that the last at-bat of Derek Jeter’s Hall of Fame career was an RBI single.
Pete Frates, the former Boston College baseball captain and inspiration behind the Ice Bucket Challenge, came out to greet Derek Jeter Sunday at Fenway.
The Red Sox sent Derek Jeter off with a pregame ceremony Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.
It takes a lot for Twitter to have as much baseball chatter as football chatter on an NFL Sunday. That’s what Derek Jeter’s last game will do.
Derek Jeter’s career comes to a close when the Yankees take on the Red Sox Sunday at Fenway Park. Let’s say farewell to the Captain with the game in photos.
In an ending made for Hollywood, the Yankees blew a 3-run lead Thursday night in Derek Jeter’s last home game, only to have Jeter come through with the game-winning hit.
Yankee Stadium was packed Thursday night as the home crowd gave a final sendoff to Derek Jeter in his last home game. Let’s take a look at the game in photos.
In his first at-bat Thursday night in his final home game, Derek Jeter doubled home a run, passing Tony Gwynn on the all-time doubles list.
Derek Jeter will end his career as one of the all-time leaders in several key categories. Here’s a look at his most eye-grabbing career stats.
As he prepares to play his last game, a look back at Derek Jeter’s 20-year career in photos, from his rookie year of 1995 through the final week of his career.
Check out Gatorade’s commercial with Derek Jeter called “Made In New York,” celebrating his career with the Yankees as his retirement nears.
Derek Jeter ends his baseball career this season. As the Yankees shortstop retires, he will have more time to spend with his model girlfriend, Hannah Davis.
Stars such as Cal Ripken Jr. and Michael Jordan were on hand Sunday for Derek Jeter Day at Yankee Stadium. Let’s take a look at the day in photos.
Yankees fans have been chanting De-rek Je-ter for 20 years, but the chant after Jeter’s speech Sunday was extra special.