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Derek Jeter's Jersey Number to Be Retired by Yankees: Latest Details, Reaction

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter will have his famed No. 2 jersey retired by the storied organization before the team's game against the Houston Astros on May 14, 2017. 

The Yankees made the announcement official Tuesday morning:

Derek Jeter, Hannah Davis Reportedly Married in Napa Valley

Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis were reportedly married during a ceremony Saturday in St. Helena, California, per People's Lindsay Kimble

The New York Daily News confirmed the event:

Derek Jeter (Maybe) Makes Hole-in-One at Celebrity Golf Tournament

Derek Jeter is a multitalented man.

On the links at his annual celebrity golf invitational in Las Vegas, the retired New York Yankees legend appears to have hit a hole-in-one. His sister, Sharlee Jeter, president of his Turn 2 Foundation, posted the footage to Instagram.

The video doesn't supply foolproof evidence of the feat, but ace or no ace, folks sure are having fun out there.

[Instagram]

Derek Jeter, Girlfriend Hannah Davis Reportedly Engaged

One year after ending his remarkable 20-year baseball career, former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is taking another big step, as he and girlfriend Hannah Davis are reportedly engaged.

Derek Jeter Attends Michigan Game, Gets Personalized Jersey from Jim Harbaugh


Derek Jeter was out in full support of the Wolverines on Saturday.

The New York Yankees legend, who grew up in Michigan, received a personalized jersey from head coach Jim Harbaugh before the team took on BYU:


With The Captain behind them, the Wolverines will look to upset the No. 22 team in the nation.

[Twitter]

11 Ways Derek Jeter Is Crushing Retirement

As if you need another reminder that Derek Jeter's life is better than yours, here it is.

While some spend retirement traveling and golfing, Jeter is, oh wait, he is actually traveling and golfing.

But unlike Average Joe, he's traveling with a supermodel and on the golf course with POTUS. Jeter also takes time out from relaxation to collect awards, work on new business ventures and just generally crush his post-baseball life. 

Derek Jeter Told by Yankees GM Brian Cashman He Favored Troy Tulowitzki in 2010

Future Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter is one of the greatest New York Yankees of all time and a seemingly bulletproof figure in the Bronx, but that didn't stop Yankees general manager Brian Cashman from being brutally honest with the Captain in 2010.

Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching Potential, Taking on N.Y.

After Derek Jeter’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop.

People in Sports Who Had the Best and Worst Year Ever

In life, and in sports, nearly everyone experiences prolonged periods of both success and failure. Of course, the 2014 sports year was far from different, as fans were treated to some truly memorable performances, of both the good and bad sort.

Madison Bumgarner, for example, had a downright iconic year, establishing himself as one of baseball’s all-time greats with the type of postseason pitching we’d never seen before.

Time for Yankees Universe to Give Up on Troy Tulowitzki Replacing Jeter

In many ways, for many reasons, the New York Yankees trading for Troy Tulowitzki makes sense. After all, they're the major-market, deep-pocketed, All-Star-obtaining Yankees, and in 2015, they'll be embarking on their first season sans shortstop, captain and future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter.

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