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Andy Pettitte and Derek Jeter came to the mound to take the ball from Mariano Rivera for the final time at Yankee Stadium. Rivera was pulled with two outs in the ninth and walked off, and on, and off again to a rousing ovation.
Considering 2013 has been a “nightmare” for the Yankee legend, many expect Derek Jeter to exercise his fourth-year player option and return to the Yankees for another run in 2014. He is Derek Jeter, after all, and Derek Jeter couldn’t possibly end his career on that note. Right?
♫”Derek Jeter, hit that balls!”♫
The Daily Yam: This Screencap Is Perfect; Or, Why Derek Jeter Will Go Down As The Greatest Yankee Ever
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment and what to look forward to today. Yesterday, Derek Jeter returned to the diamond — again — and hit a home run on the very first pitch he saw. Then we were treated to the scene above, and struck by the fact that we may have just witnessed the greatest Yankee ever embarking on his last stand.
Derek Jeter has certainly seen better days as a Fantasy option, but more help could be on the way from the minors for those who need it in their leagues. Eddie Mayrose joins Tony Cincotta and Lenny Melnick to cover various Fantasy Baseball topics.
Derek Jeter Made His Season Debut Today: Swung At The First Pitch, Reached Base On A Squib, Scored A Run
Jeter made his MLB season debut today against the Royals, playing DH and batting second. After Ichiro Suzuki grounded out, the Captain came up to bat in front of the afternoon crowd (to… Eminem’s “Square Dance.” Okay, well, he’s Derek Jeter, he can do what he wants). Video after the jump.