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The career of a professional football player is unlike most careers human beings pursue. The average length of service in the NFL is just over three years according to the NFLPA – a whole career come and gone before most players turn 27 years old.
Well, technically it’s “by” players, but we’ll assume they’ll read it too. Check out Jeter’s thoughtful, forthcoming first entry, inside…
Yep, Bobby Orr was on hand — plus Carl Yastrzemski, Luis Tiant, Rico Petrocelli and other former Red Sox greats all greeted Jeter in a pre-game ceremony, as did Troy Brown and former Celtics captain Paul Pierce. Jeter’s final at-bat? A run-scoring, infield single.
You will not believe how many number twos are in this one picture…OR IS IT TWO PICTURES!?!? Just kidding — it’s one picture of Jeter with the number two all over it…