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Derek Jeter And Jimmy Fallon Recall His Final At-Bat On The Tonight Show

Apparently Jimmy was there, standing behind home plate, jumping up and down like giddy little school girl. “He doesn’t know what to do with his hands,” Jeter pointed out.


Derek Jeter, King Of The Number 2

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…


Eli Manning Is Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter is Eli Manning.


David Robertson’s Sense Of History

When the Yankees were eliminated from postseason on Wednesday night, that made the Thursday night game against the Orioles Derek Jeter’s last at Yankee Stadium. And all we wanted a little bit of history from the guy who has done everything he can not be historic (Keith Olbermann be damned). And thanks to reliever David [...]


Red Sox, Yankees Miss Playoffs – MLB Decides To Continue With Postseason Anyway

N.Y. Yankees - Derek Jeter, Getty ImagesThis will be the first postseason without the Red Sox or Yankees since the MLB Wild Card was instituted, back in 1994. Rumors that Major League Baseball is creating a ninth Wild Card spot for American League teams are unsubstantiated.


Some Genius Put His Derek Jeter Yankee Home Finale Upper Deck Ticket On StubHub for $15,000

If you’re interested in these tickets, there’s a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you…


Fantasy Baseball Implications For Chase Headley Being Traded To The Yankees

Can Headley’s arrival revive his season and get him back to slugger he was two seasons ago? RotoExperts breaks it all down, after the jump…


The Yankees Beat The Reds Thanks To The Lamest Walk-Off Single Ever

reds walk off“Some of the things that happened in the series (were) unfortunate.”


Yankees’ SP Tanaka Diagnosed With Partially Torn Elbow Ligament

Masahiro Tanaka

Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka has a partially-torn ligament in his throwing arm, but as of right now, has no plans to have season-ending Tommy John surgery. The Yankees put Tanaka through rehab and see if they can get him back on the mound in a couple of months. If the rehab doesn’t work and he must have surgery, he will likely be out 12-18 months. He would join the growing list of starting pitchers who have become Tommy John surgery patients this season, such as the Mets’ Matt Harvey and the Diamondbacks’ Bronson Arroyo.

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