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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Derek Jeter Career Highlights

Future first ballot Hall of Famer Derek Jeter will have his number retired by the New York Yankees this weekend. He was the team Captain of the Yankees from 2003-2014.

He had a career batting average of .310 with 260 home runs, and 1,311 RBI. His 3,465 hits has him sixth on the all-time list.

Jeter was a 14 times all-star, 5 time World Series champion, 2000 World Series MVP, AL Rookie of the Year in 1996, 5 time Gold Glove winner, 5 times he won the Silver Slugger award, 2 time Hank Aaron award winner, and the 2009 Roberto Clement Award.

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