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Wednesday September 23rd 2020


Derek Jeter’s Farewell 2014 Season Will Be More Than a Limp into the Sunset

class="ui-droppable">It's only fitting that the New York Yankees are one of the final two teams, along with Tuesday night's opponents, the Houston Astros, to experience their first game of the 2014 season. That gives future Hall of Famer and Yankees legend Derek Jeter, who announced in February that he's retiring at season's end, a little extra time to take in his last Opening Day and the start of his final year in baseball.

Then again, after all he went through in 2013, Jeter might have prefer that 2014 start as soon as possible.

In the wake of suffering a fractured left ankle in October 2012 during the Yankees' ALCS loss to the Detroit Tigers, Jeter played just 17 games and managed all of 73 plate appearances in a 2013 filled with ...

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