Appreciating the retired single-digit numbers of the New York Yankees

Posted May 29, 2017

Andy had the big nose.

Jalen Jeter Martin has a very important question for Uncle Derek.

On the infield grass, the Yankees unveiled the plaque for Derek Sanderson Jeter, with broadcaster Michael Kay listing off his many accomplishments - the 3,465 hits, the 14 All-Star Games, the five World Series rings.

He is the team's career leader in hits, games played, at-bats, doubles and stolen bases, and retired as the team's longest run captain.

He praises the city for supporting him throughout his 20 seasons with the Yankees writing, "I'll never forget how you looked out for me".

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Jeter made a decision to address the crowd without notes.

Jeter said, "Sometimes people get ahead of themselves", when asked about rumors he was part of a group attempting to buy the Miami Marlins, per Coley Harvey of ESPN. Reggie Jackson was on the field in shirt sleeves.

Masahiro Tanaka (5-1) was to start the second game for the Yankees and Charlie Morton (4-2) for the Astros. Only Manny Ramirez and Bernie Williams have more career playoff home runs, and he's fourth in playoff RBI.

Yesterday, another monumental event occurred in the Bronx as the New York Yankees pay homage to one of the greatest shortstops to ever graced the diamond. Not Jeter though, he was too good for all of that.

He rode to the infield in a golf cart as Frank Sinatra's version of "My Way" was played.

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“Everything happened so quickly, ” Jeter said.

Jeter wore the last available single digit in the Yankees' circulation, No. 2 and, even though he originally wanted No. 13, it seemed like fate or destiny that not only would he be a Yankee, but he would join its prestigious single digit club.

Jeter began the ceremony with his family in Monument Park and didn't see the clips. I mean, come on.

I want to thank my managers, coaches, teammates, support staff, those of you who are here today, those of you who aren't for being with me along that entire journey.

At his first big league camp in 1994, he was given No. 74. Said McGann: "What I took away the most was his routine and what he did on a nightly basis". For challenging me. For giving this kid a place to grow up.

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