Better Than Broadway: Derek Jeter’s Act Ends in Cooperstown


Derek Jeter was a great player. We all know that, right? You don’t need to be reminded he collected 3,465 hits while batting .310 in 20 years of service to the New York Yankees. You are aware he won Rookie of the Year, five Silver Slugger awards, five Golden Glove awards and made the All-Star team 14 times. And you can’t forget about the five World Series championships. His enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame was a forgone conclusion well before he ended his playing career. That’s all common knowledge. The “who” with Jeter is easy to determine. The…

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