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    New York Yankees: Six years ago today, Derek Jeter walked off Yankee Stadium with style By: William Parlee ShareTweetFlipRedditDerek Jeter had one of the most legendary New York Yankees careers. On September 25, 2014, Jeter played the final game of his 20-year career at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.  And, in usual Jeter style, he did it in the most amazing way. With the game tied between the Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles, the legendary voice announced: Derek Jeter, number 2 Derek Jeter. Jeter stepped to the plate and hit a walk-off single to win the game for the Yankees. Jeter throughout his career always seemed to come up big in key situations. Just three...
    California law may save 2.5m-year-old Joshua tree amid climate crisis threat Fantasy Injury Updates: Michael Thomas, A.J. Brown, Davante Adams, more affect Week 3 WR rankings Mariah Careys Ex-Husband Tommy Mottola Says Hes Deeply Gratified to Have Been in Her Life Tommy Mottola is wishing ex-wife Mariah Carey all the best ahead of her revealing new memoir's debut. © Provided by People Rose Hartman/Archive Photos/Getty Mariah Carey and Tommy Mottola in 1995 In a statement to Page Six, the music executive, 71, said, “I am deeply gratified to have played that role in Mariah’s well-deserved and remarkable success, and continue to wish her and her family only the very best.” The sentiment comes as the "Always Be My Baby"...
    Mariah Carey has an explosive new book coming out — and she’s dropping some truth bombs on Oprah Winfrey. The “Hero” singer-songwriter revealed Wednesday night via Instagram that she’s in “The Oprah Conversation” hot seat Thursday on Apple TV+. “I couldn’t have asked for a better way to introduce my memoir than having a conversation with my friend, therapist and icon Ms. @oprah, on her series @theoprahconversation,” Carey, 50, hyped in her Insta post. “Watch tomorrow on @appletv” But the juiciest bits come in the video clip that accompanies the “Butterfly” diva’s post. “I wouldn’t have gone here if I hadn’t been treated as an ATM machine with a wig on,” the self-proclaimed elusive chanteuse is heard telling Winfrey. The...
    MARIAH Carey has revealed that she and Derek Jeter had an affair while she was still married. She had been married to Tommy Mottola, a music executive who launched her career. 2Mariah Carey has admitted to having an affairCredit: AFP - Getty Did Mariah Carey and Derek Jeter have an affair? In an upcoming interview with Oprah, Mariah reveals that she and Derek did have an affair during her marriage to Tommy Mottola. They once met secretly on Derek's rooftop to drink and kiss at the start of the affair, which was then discovered in the late 1980s. Mariah also discussed the nature of her relationship with Derek, including the subject of their racial backgrounds and families. "It was the...
    MARIAH Carey has revealed her affair with Derek Jeter was the "catalyst" for ending her first marriage from producer Tommy Mottola. The superstar, 50, struck up a fling with the Yankees legend towards the end of her relationship with Tommy, who she was wed to from 1993 to 1998. 6 Mariah Carey's affair with Derek Jeter helped end her first marriageCredit: PA:Press Association Mariah began her relationship with Tommy in 1991 when she was 21. Tommy, now 71, was head of Sony Music at the time. She said that while Derek wasn't the "love of her life", they did have a "beautiful relationship" which helped her realize she needed to end things with Tommy. The Hero hitmaker opened up about...
    Derek Jeter played an important part in Mariah Carey's marriage to Tommy Mottola. The 50-year-old pop star recently joined Oprah Winfrey for her Apple TV+ show "The Oprah Conversation" and opened up about meeting Jeter, which ultimately led to her divorce from Mottola. Now 71, music executive Mottola was married to Carey from 1993 to 1998. While discussing the singer's forthcoming memoir, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," Winfrey asked what "high purpose" Jeter, now 46, played in her life. MARIAH CAREY SAYS FLING WITH DEREK JETER STARTED WHILE SHE WAS MARRIED TO TOMMY MOTTOLA Mariah Carey (left) says Derek Jeter (right) was a 'catalyst' in her divorce from Tommy Mottola. (Photo by Dave Allocca/DMI/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images) ...
    YANKEES Hall of Famer Derek Jeter has put his stunning Florida mansion on the market for a jaw dropping $29million. Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen are currently renting the seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom property after signing for the Tampa Bay Bucaneers. 16Derek Jeter's luxurious Tampa, Florida estate has hit the market for $29millionCredit: The Mega Agency The luxury Tampa property boasts a six-car garage, two boat lifts and nearly 9,000 square feet of outdoor space. It also features an 80-foot-long saltwater lap pool with a heated spa and is surrounded by a six-foot-tall privacy wall that residents in the area reportedly dubbed “The Great Wall of Jeter.” The breathtaking family home is being represented by Stephen Gay from Smith & Associates...
    Justice Ginsburg Has Died, U.S. Supreme Court Says Rockies send RHP Jacob Wallace to Red Sox to complete Kevin Pillar trade Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Shutterstock; Smith & Associates Real Estate/Uneek Image Living large! Derek Jeter owns a massive mansion in Tampa — and he just put it on the market this week. The retired New York Yankees player, 46, purchased two lots beside each other in 2005 and 2006 that would eventually be developed into the luxurious space that it is today, according to Realtor.com. The 21,796...
    Sally updates: Storm slamming Gulf Coast with life-threatening flooding As far as the economy goes, we might want to start spelling pandemic with a K Derek Jeter puts Tampa Bay mansion on market for a whopping $29 million Derek Jeter’s success during a 20-year stint with the New York Yankees has helped lead him a lavish post-career lifestyle. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports If you have $29 million to spare, Derek Jeter's Tampa-area mansion is up for sale. That includes being the face of the Miami Marlins organization and an absolutely huge mansion in the Tampa Bay region of Florida. Related: Eli Manning puts mansion on market Apparently, the 14-time All-Star and five-time World Series champ is looking...
    Derek Jeter has listed his waterfront mansion in Tampa — where Buccs QB Tom Brady currently lives — for $29 million. Realtor.com/Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports/Chris Graythen/Getty Images Derek Jeter is selling his massive Tampa mansion. The 21,796 square-foot home is currently occupied by newly-minted Tampa Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his family. Jeter has listed the eight-bedroom, 16-bathroom estate for $29 million, and you can check out the full listing on Realtor.com. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Have you ever wondered what it's like to live like a sports legend? Look no further than 58 Bahama Circle in Tampa, Florida, the address that not one, but two American athletic icons have called home. Twenty-year New York...
    U.S. watchdog to investigate whistleblowers detention allegations Americas best hole-in-the-wall fried chicken joints Derek Jeter punts Tom Brady by putting Florida mansion up for sale The Florida house where not one but two of the greatest sports stars in history have lived could be yours ... for the low price of $29 million. The day sports changed America USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Billionaire hedge fund manager Cohen agrees to buy Mets WPIX New York City, NY Centerville couple brings plant-sharing tradition to neighborhood WMAZ-TV Macon Royals pitcher Danny Duffy to miss start due to ‘disciplinary decision’ KMBC Kansas City San Diego man...
    St. Jetersburg is on the market. Derek Jeter and his supermodel wife Hannah are putting their palatial mansion in Tampa, Fla. on the market, with an asking price of $29 million, according to the New York Times. “This is the most impressive home to ever hit the market in the Tampa Bay area,” Stephen Gay, of Smith & Associates Real Estate, told the paper. Jeter, the Yankees’ Hall of Fame shortstop and CEO of the Marlins, owned the expansive property on Davis Islands, located south of downtown Tampa. It is a 30,875-square-foot estate that was built in 2012 and sits on 1.25 acres. It has seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, eight half-baths, and almost 9,000 square feet of outdoor space...
    (CBSNewYork)- Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is settling into life in Miami as he serves as the Chief Executive Officer and co-owner of the Marlins. Now three years into his new role with the organization, Jeter has decided to sell his mansion in Tampa, Florida. According to The New York Times, Jeter and his wife Hannah have listed the 30,875-square-foot estate built on the Davis Islands south of Tampa for $29 million. “This is the most impressive home to ever hit the market in the Tampa Bay area,” said Stephen Gay, the Smith & Associates Real Estate agent who has the listing. The home holds seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, eight half bathrooms, close to 9,000 feet of...
    Getty Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady type probably the most well-known {couples} on the earth. Tom Brady’s transfer to affix the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was not only a huge life change for the quarterback but in addition impacted his spouse Gisele Bundchen. The couple’s transition down south is slightly simpler because of their new landlord Derek Jeter as Brady’s household is renting out the legendary MLB participant’s Tampa house. Throughout an offseason interview on The Howard Stern Present, Brady opened up concerning the transfer and their resolution to lease out Jeter’s Tampa pad. Brady emphasised that their Tampa house has loads of area for household to affix them because the quarterback begins...
    Getty Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady form one of the most famous couples in the world. Tom Brady’s move to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was not just a big life change for the quarterback but also impacted his wife Gisele Bundchen. The couple’s transition down south is a little easier thanks to their new landlord Derek Jeter as Brady’s family is renting out the legendary MLB player’s Tampa home. During an offseason interview on The Howard Stern Show, Brady opened up about the move and their decision to rent out Jeter’s Tampa pad. Brady emphasized that their Tampa home has plenty of space for family to join them as the quarterback begins a new football journey...
    Mariah Carey is opening up about her personal life like never before. The singer has an upcoming memoir, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," in which she discusses a romance with retired baseball star Derek Jeter, according to a conversation she had with Vulture. Carey even confirmed two songs off her 1997 album "Butterfly" were about the former Yankee player. In her book, the 50-year-old Grammy winner reveals she began "secretly" texting Jeter after meeting at a dinner party. At the time, she was still married to music executive Tommy Mottola, although they divorced in 1998. MARIAH CAREY ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM ‘THE RARITIES’: ‘THIS ONE IS FOR YOU, MY FANS’  Carey admitted a "clandestine kiss" between them at the top of his apartment building inspired her song "The Roof." "I...
    MARIAH Carey revealed new juicy details about her former affair with Yankees’ legend Derek Jeter. It turns out their romance began while she was STILL married to her first husband, Tommy Mottola. 6Mariah Carey revealed new juicy details about her former affair with Yankees’ legend Derek JeterCredit: AFP - Getty 6It turns out their romance began while she was STILL married to her first husband, Tommy Mottola.Credit: Time Life Pictures Mariah revealed in her upcoming memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, she and Derek met at a dinner party. The two subsequently started "secretly" when her marriage to music executive Tommy Mottola, was coming to an end. She also told Vulture in an interview for the memoir she still remembers their...
    BBC U-turn allows Rule Britannia to be sung at Proms Kirk Cousins ridiculous take on COVID is why we cant have nice things Mariah Carey Says Fling with Derek Jeter Started While She Was Still Married Mariah Carey is revealing new details about her early romance with Derek Jeter. © Provided by People John Barrett/Globe Photos Discussing her upcoming memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, with Vulture, the singer confirmed that two of her 1997 tracks were actually written about the former Yankee player. In the book, the 50-year-old shared that she met Jeter at a dinner party and started "secretly" texting the athlete toward the end of her marriage to music executive Tommy Mottola. She also recalled the moment the...
    Cherished moments from Mariah Carey’s romance with Derek Jeter are endlessly immortalized in music. In a current interview with Vulture, the 50-year-old singer mentioned her forthcoming memoir, “The Which means of Mariah Carey,” confirming fan hypothesis that her 1997 track, “The Roof,” is in regards to the former Yankees captain, 46, recalling a kiss they shared on the roof of his residence constructing. “After all I do! I can always remember that second,” Carey mentioned, additionally detailing how she wore a “buttery leather-based Chanel skirt.” “I imply, it’s not prefer it was some intensely deep, intellectually stimulating — once more, it was an important second, and it occurred in a divine approach as a result of it helped me...
    Cherished moments from Mariah Carey’s romance with Derek Jeter are forever immortalized in music. In a recent interview with Vulture, the 50-year-old singer discussed her forthcoming memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” confirming fan speculation that her 1997 song, “The Roof,” is about the former Yankees captain, 46, recalling a kiss they shared on the roof of his apartment building. “Of course I do! I can never forget that moment,” Carey said, also detailing how she wore a “buttery leather Chanel skirt.” “I mean, it’s not like it was some intensely deep, intellectually stimulating — again, it was a great moment, and it happened in a divine way because it helped me get past living there, in Sing Sing, under...
    Derek Jeter put a damper on the Yankees’ trade deadline day. The Marlins acquired outfielder Starling Marte, who was a target for the Yankees, from the Diamondbacks before the trade deadline, The Post’s Joel Sherman reported. Marte is hitting .311 with two home runs and 14 RBIs in 33 games this season. The Yankees have been crippled by injuries, including in the outfield with Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton on the IL. Aaron Hicks left Sunday’s nightcap against the Mets, but it is believed just to be cramping. Then Jeter, who is the Marlins CEO and part-owner of the Marlins, sent infielder Jonathan Villar to the Blue Jays, ESPN.com reported. Toronto has been stocking up at the trade deadline in its bid to make the...
    Hopeless romantic? Mariah Carey has had many ups and downs within the romance division, however she’s realized from every of her previous relationships. The “We Belong Collectively” singer has been married two occasions and engaged a 3rd time. Her first marriage to music government Tommy Mottola, who’s 21 years her senior, is one thing she appears again on with considerably destructive emotions. “You would possibly wish to image a baby bride,” Carey instructed Cosmopolitan in July 2019, in regards to the relationship, which started on the identical time her profession actually began within the early ‘90s. “There was a acutely aware effort to maintain me as this all-American, no matter which means, woman. It was very managed. There was...
    HHS bids $250 million contract meant to defeat despair and inspire hope on coronavirus Bucks-Heat series preview and analysis Transfer VHS Tapes, Film, and Photos to Digital Ad Microsoft Motley Fool Issues Rare “All In” Buy Alert Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Carolyn Contino/BEI/Shutterstock; Picture Perfect/Shutterstock; Peter West/Shutterstock Hopeless romantic? Mariah Carey has had many ups and downs in the romance department, but she’s learned from each of her past relationships. The “We Belong Together” singer has been married two times and engaged a third time. Her first marriage to...
    Baseball legends and other notable figures commemorated the Negro League This year, the MLB is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the very first season of the Negro National League. The Negro League was founded in 1920 as a way for African-American players to have an opportunity to play baseball since they were not allowed to play in the MLB until 1947 when Jackie Robinson took the diamond for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Many teams have individually honored their cities’ respective Negro League team, including the Phillies who placed cut outs of former players from the NNL’s Philadelphia Stars in the stands. And each season, every MLB team pays tribute to their cities’ Negro League team by wearing its uniform during a game....
    I looked it up just to be sure and the DJ — as in LeMahieu — stands for David John. Because with each imperturbable at-bat and every opposite-field hit, I was beginning to wonder if his name was actually Derek Jeter LeMahieu. “There is no doubt how they use right field is similar, even if their swings are a little different,” Rockies manager Bud Black said by phone. Black’s player career ended just as Jeter’s began, but as first an executive with the Indians and then the Angels pitching coach, he saw plenty of Jeter inside-outing the ball to right over the years. And Black managed LeMahieu his last two years before he signed with the Yankees. In our conversation,...
    FOCO releases awesome Derek Jeter bobble-head By: Alexander Wilson August 13, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Yankees’ DJ LeMahieu has his average up to .431, feels “pretty locked in” ShareTweet0 SharesIf you are a New York Yankees fan, you obviously know who Derek Jeter is. The star shortstop represents the epitome of Yankee baseball, bringing championships and professionalism to the Bronx. Donning the pinstripes, Jeter earned 14 All-Star selections and won five championships with the Yankees. Derek Jeter New York Yankees Framed Showcase Bobblehead. Now batting… Number 2… Derek… Jeter! 14 All-Star selections. Five championships. One legendary bobblehead to celebrate them all. FOCO has released a limited edition bobblehead, which would go perfectly on any shelf...
    MLB: Derek Jeter sets the record straight about rumors involving his team and how the COVID-19 outbreak started By: Andres Chavez August 4, 2020 PrevPreviousShould MLB make teams forfeit games missed to poor decisions bringing coronavirus into league? ShareTweet0 SharesThe MLB world was shaken when it was learned, a couple of weeks ago, that there were positive cases of coronavirus within the Miami Marlins. Lots of words have been written and spoken about the possible causes of the outbreak, but team owner Derek Jeter had an encounter with the media and criticized the ease with which false rumors were spread about the club. In total, 18 Miami Marlins players tested positive for the...
    Derek Jeter (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Derek Jeter denies his Marlins players went out to bars and clubs The Miami Marlins might never know for certain how COVID-19 got into their clubhouse and swept through their roster. But CEO Derek Jeter is certain it wasn’t because they were out partying. The Marlins got their first positive test 10 days ago from catcher Jorge Alfaro. Two more players tested positive before they played the Philadelphia Phillies last Sunday. Within a few days, that number had swelled to 18, including veteran Miguel Rojas and Opening Day starter Sandy Alcantara. They haven’t played in more than a week as the club’s front office attempts to field some resemblance of a Major League-ready roster...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – On Monday, the Miami Marlins brass spoke to the media about the COVID-19 outbreak in the clubhouse. Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, Baseball Operations President Mike Hill and Manager Don Mattingly were on the Zoom session, discussing the pause after 21 members of the team’s traveling party, including at least 18 players, got sick. Jeter said the infected players are doing OK physically, ranging from mild symptoms to asymptomatic. Following an MLB investigation, Jeter said, it’s impossible to know where the first Marlins player became infected or how the virus reached their clubhouse. They left South Florida last week to play two exhibition games in Atlanta, and then opened the season with a three-game series in Philadelphia, where...
    The Marlins weren’t trying to find Magic City. The COVID-19 outbreak resulting in positive tests for 18 players in the Miami Marlins’ clubhouse is not the result of going to bars and clubs, CEO Derek Jeter told media members Monday. The situation is leading to calls MLB should halt its season. Lou Williams broke NBA quarantine rules when he went to strip club Magic City in Atlanta to satisfy a hunger for their famous chicken wings. “There is no way to identify how this got into our clubhouse,” Jeter said. “Our guys were not running around town in Atlanta. We did have a couple individuals leave the hotel. We had guys leave to get coffee, get clothes. No salacious activity.”...
    A Complete Look at the 2021 Award Season Schedule Tim Disney Lists Los Feliz Mediterranean Derek Jeter denies Marlins players went to clubs before coronavirus outbreak Miami Marlins president Derek Jeter spoke about his team’s coronavirus outbreak for the first time on Monday, admitting that the team had been too lax in taking precautions but denying that players had left the team hotel to go to bars or clubs. © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Miami Marlins chief executive officer Derek Jeter said that 'nothing salacious' happened on road trips, but that there had been a 'false sense of security' among members of the traveling party. Jeter said that “nothing salacious” happened on road trips, but that there had been...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter met with the media over Zoom in an attempt to explain just how his team experienced a COVID-19 outbreak during Opening Week while in Philadelphia. During the three-game series against the Phillies, the Marlins had over half their active roster test positive for coronavirus, which forced them to quarantine in the City of Brotherly Love last week. It is believed that the Marlins outbreak originated from lax behavior while in Atlanta for an exhibition matchup before the start of the 2020 season. While a team investigation exposed that to be true, Jeter set the record straight...
    Derek Jeter was the king of New York, so it's only fitting that the Yankees' superstar shortstop lived in a castle. Wright Brothers Real Estate In 2018, legendary New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has placed his stunning Greenwood Lake, New York, castle on the market. Jeter initially purchased the 4.01-acre property for $425,000 in 2003, but he listed the home for a whopping $14.75 million after significant renovations. Jeter's fortress comes equipped with five kitchens, a turret, a game room, an infinity pool, a replica of the Statue of Liberty, and much more. More than two years after it first went up for grabs, Jeter's home still has not sold. Check out photos of the home below....
    MLB News: Derek Jeter speaks out on COVID-19 Marlins outbreak By: William Parlee July 27, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesMLB all baseball and all of the sports face a crisis today as the coronavirus has reared it’s ugly head.  As I reported earlier this morning, 12 Miami Marlins players and two crew have tested positive for the coronavirus.  The results of those tests have prevented the Marlins from having their Opening Day game at Marlins Park against the Baltimore Orioles. The Marlins last played yesterday at Citizen’s Bank Park in Philadelphia against the Phillies.  Because these positive tests showed up there, there is a possibility that...
    You ask, we reply. The Submit is fielding questions from readers about New York’s greatest professional sports activities groups and getting our beat writers to reply them in a collection of often printed mailbags. In in the present day’s installment: the Yankees. All through his profession, Derek Jeter was by no means the Yankees’ greatest participant [but] will get handled as if he was. Return and look 12 months by 12 months. … He by no means obtained A-Rod kind cash from [Brian] Cashman as a result of he by no means had the numbers. Why is Jeter handled in such rarefied air — longevity? ­ — Joey Scharr What recreation had been you watching? Pickleball? First poll Corridor...
    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. Throughout his career, Derek Jeter was never the Yankees’ best player [but] gets treated as if he was. Go back and look year by year. … He never got A-Rod type money from [Brian] Cashman because he never had the numbers. Why is Jeter treated in such rarefied air — longevity? ­ — Joey Scharr What game were you watching? Pickleball? First ballot Hall of Famer. Sixth on the all-time hit list (3,465) who won five Gold Glove awards at a premium...
    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Yankees. Throughout his career, Derek Jeter was never the Yankees’ best player [but] gets treated as if he was. Go back and look year by year. … He never got A-Rod type money from [Brian] Cashman because he never had the numbers. Why is Jeter treated in such rarefied air — longevity? ­ — Joey Scharr What game were you watching? Pickleball? First ballot Hall of Famer. Sixth on the all-time hit list (3,465) who won five Gold Glove awards at a premium...
    Bill Pullman promotes the use of freedom masks with Independence Day throwback Forget earnings season. What’s the rest of 2020 going to look like? Wait, there’s a Derek Jeter reference in ‘Hamilton’? During the song “The Schuyler Sisters,” which introduces the titular characters during Hamilton, the three sisters’ voices crescendo as they call New York City “the greatest city in the world!” Given that the show’s creator Lin-Manuel Miranda peppered the entire show with references to his hometown, it’s no surprise to learn there are many nods to the city’s icons and history. But did you realize Derek Jeter himself gets a reference in this play that takes place in the 18th and 19th centuries? © Provided by The...
    Derek Jeter may not be a founding father, but this member of the New York Yankees “core four” inspired a move in the “Hamilton” musical. In a recent episode of “The Hamilcast” podcast, choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler revealed how an ode to the Bronx Bombers and the Yankees legend, 46, made its way into the performance during the second-act song, “It’s Quiet Uptown.” “I love the Yankees, and I love to watch baseball with my son,” Blankenbuehler told host Gillian Pensavalle. “My son would always imitate when Derek Jeter would take the plate: He would put his arm out in front of him … like he was pointing to the outfield. He would put this long arm out in front...
    “El Capitan” ‘s career with the Yankees was faultless and follows an exemplary path off the field | Eric Espada / . The twists and turns between the Players Association and the team owners over the agreement to play the 2020 campaign in the MLB, which in the end did not amount to anything, seriously damaged the image of baseball in the difficult times the world is living through. the coronavirus. The dispute over the payment of full prorated wages falls badly amid a context of economic recession. The worst thing is that its main spokespeople looked erratic and bloodless. Many of the disagreements were aired through the press, with high-sounding statements. Few took the path of good sense and...
    The Walking Dead creator explains how he almost had Maggie kill Negan in the comics and the email that changed his mind immediately U.S. stock futures flat after mixed day on Wall Street Extra! Extra! Yankees great Derek Jeter hated extra innings when he played Major League Baseball will be experimenting with some rule changes during the shortened 2020 season, and Derek Jeter is in favor of some of those changes. © Danielle Parhizkaran-USA TODAY Sports Hall of Famer Derek Jeter on extra innings: You play in 162 games and it’s a long season, and you play 15 or 18-inning games, it’s not that much fun. One of the new rules will be the use of the “international tiebreaker,”...
    Baseball is back and while fans can rejoice over the return of America’s favorite pastime, former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter says the relationship between players and owners has been severely damaged along the way. Jeter, now part owner of the Miami Marlins, called the “back and forth” between the players union and MLB leading up to Commissioner Rob Manfred’s decision to go with a 60-game schedule “disappointing” and “embarrassing.” CAM NEWTON TALKED TO ONLY ONE OTHER TEAM IN OFFSEASON ASIDE FROM PATRIOTS, NFL INSIDER SAYS “It was pretty sad to see the back and forth being played out publicly in a time like now,” Jeter said on a Marlins podcast Tuesday, according to Yahoo Sports. “We have so...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Derek Jeter has a rare seat at Major League Baseball’s dysfunctional table.  The Hall-of-Famer turned Miami Marlins part-owner and CEO has been on both sides of Major League Baseball’s negotiating table. So he of all people knows what the broken-down negotiations between the league and players’ union mean for the game.  And it isn’t good — even though we will have baseball this year barring an uncontrollable surge of the coronavirus.  Jeter called the dragged-out talks “disappointing” and “embarrassing at times” for baseball when speaking on “The Line Drive,” a new Marlins talk show on YouTube.  “It was pretty sad to see the...
    This Day in Yankees History: Derek Jeter makes “The Dive” By: John Zarnowski July 1, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesNew York Yankees’ captain and superstar Derek Jeter has accomplished so much during his 20 years wearing pinstripes. Besides the five World Series championships Jeter won in his career and the 14 All-Star games, there were many things that separated him from the rest of the league. There are several distinct plays that Jeter made that showed his absolute hustle for the team. It’s been 16 years since one of the most famous plays in his career was made, and Yankee fans haven’t forgotten it one bit....
    Derek Jeter didn’t sugarcoat the contentious and failed negotiations between MLB and the Players Association, calling the talks to play a shortened season amid the novel coronavirus pandemic “embarrassing at times” and “pretty sad to see.” The Marlins’ CEO painted a bleak picture of the relationship between the two sides after commissioner Rob Manfred was forced to implement a 60-game schedule to save what was left of the season. “There’s no trust, I should say is the best way to put it,” the Hall of Fame shortstop said on the premiere episode of “The Line Drive” with Marlins radio broadcaster Glenn Geffner. The two sides couldn’t agree on prorated salaries and the number of games to be played, leading to...
    Yankees legend Derek Jeter describes the racism he experiences growing up biracial By: Alexander Wilson June 21, 2020 ShareTweet0 Shares If you’re a New York Yankees fan you probably know a thing about Derek Jeter. The former star shortstop, who is currently a minority owner with the Miami Marlins, grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan with interracial parents. Jeter himself is biracial, and he detailed the injustices and racism he experienced on ESPN’s Harold Reynolds “Baseball Tonight” segment. “When I grew up, at the time interracial marriage was not as common as it may be nowadays,” Jeter said. “Growing up, every time you went somewhere with just one of your parents, people would look at you and they’d wonder who’s...
    Derek Jeter’s storybook career came complete with a Hollywood ending when the Hall of Famer came through with a game-winning single in his final game at Yankee Stadium. His single to right field in the bottom of the ninth scored pinch-runner Antoan Richardson from second base, setting off another celebration in The Bronx for Jeter. This one was especially unlikely — all the way until the ninth inning. Coming off the fractured ankle that bothered him throughout 2013, Jeter struggled in 2014 after announcing before the season it would be his last. The Yankees missed the playoffs for a second straight year on Jeter’s farewell tour. He rallied in the season’s last homestand with four straight multi-hit games. Finally, on...
    Derek Jeter’s storybook career came complete with a Hollywood ending when the Hall of Famer came through with a game-winning single in his final game at Yankee Stadium. His single to right field in the bottom of the ninth scored pinch-runner Antoan Richardson from second base, setting off another celebration in The Bronx for Jeter. This one was especially unlikely — all the way until the ninth inning. Coming off the fractured ankle that bothered him throughout 2013, Jeter struggled in 2014 after announcing before the season it would be his last. The Yankees missed the playoffs for a second straight year on Jeter’s farewell tour. He rallied in the season’s last homestand with four straight multi-hit games. Finally, on...
    A Mets win in the 2000 World Series could have been Derek Jeter’s ticket out of New York City. The Yankees ended up winning the Subway Series in five games, with Jeter winning the MVP after batting .409 with a pair of home runs, but had it played out differently, the shortstop may have been looking for a new neighborhood to call home. “I’ve joked about it before, but I really mean it – I moved to Manhattan when I was 21 years old, but if we didn’t win that World Series against the Mets, I think I would’ve moved out of the city,” Jeter recently told YES Network’s Jack Curry on “YES We’re Here.” “In my mind, it was...
    Derek Jeter on Thursday admitted that losing to the New York Mets in the 2000 World Series would have probably sent him on a one-way ticket out of New York City. The former New York Yankees shortstop told the YES Network for their “Yes We’re Here” series he probably would have moved out of New York City if the team lost in that World Series. MARLINS' DEREK JETER CALLS FOR 'RACIAL HATRED TO END' IN WAKE OF GEORGE FLOYD'S DEATH “I’ve joked about it before, but I really mean it – I moved to Manhattan when I was 21 years old, but if we didn’t win that World Series against the Mets, I think I would’ve moved out of the...
    Derek Jeter needed just 74 hits to get to 3,000 when the 2011 season started, but a sluggish start and a calf injury slowed his pursuit of the milestone. Finally, on July 9, with the Yankees facing the Rays in The Bronx, Jeter singled to lead off the bottom of the first off left-hander David Price to get to 2,999. And then in the bottom of the third, he sent a 3-2 curveball into the seats for No. 3000. It was Jeter’s first homer at Yankee Stadium in nearly a year and it was part of a 5-for-5 afternoon that allowed him to reach the milestone in style. Jeter also provided the game-winning hit in a 5-4 victory over the...
    Derek Jeter says the time is now for “severe punishment” for racism. Following other sports icons who have commented in response to the death of George Floyd, Jeter released a statement through the Miami Marlins’ Twitter account that references his future as a father and not his past as a Hall of Fame shortstop for the Yankees or his present as the CEO of the Marlins. “I am deeply saddened by the death of George Floyd and feel the pain and outrage it has caused his family and people throughout the world,” Jeter said. “This is a narrative that has happened far too often with us as people of color. It is time for racial hatred to end and to...
    Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter called for an end to racism and said that no one should be “excused from acts of racial hatred.” Jeter, the former New York Yankees shortstop-turned-MLB executive who wasn’t one to speak his mind as a player, released a statement on the police-involved death of George Floyd one week after the man died while in police custody in Minneapolis. NFL LINEBACKER BRANDON MARSHALL RECALLS PROTESTING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM, UNDERSTANDS VIOLENT PROTESTS “I am deeply saddened by the death of George Floyd and feel the pain and outrage it has caused his family and people throughout the world. This is a narrative that has happened far too often with us as people of color. It is...