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Newark Star-Ledger Oct 30, 2014

What did Derek Jeter keep after cleaning out his Yankees locker? (PHOTOS)

The former Yankees shortstop wrote about cleaning out his locker one last time.
Newsday Oct 29, 2014

Spotlight in offseason will shine on Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez won't inherit Derek Jeter's title of "face of Major League Baseball," but in some ways he will.

The Players’ Tribune: Jeter clears out his locker

Cool post from Derek Jeter over at his new Players’ Tribune website. With black-and-white photographs and some of Jeter’s own words, the Yankees captain takes us through the day he went back to Yankee Stadium to clear out his locker. There were a lot of things to throw out, and a lot of things Jeter […] The post The Players’ Tribune: Jeter clears out his locker appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

What to do about shortstop?

This isn’t a fair expectation or a fair description, but this is the way it’s going to be viewed: The Yankees have to find someone to replace Derek Jeter. They had to replace The Closer last year. Now it’s time to replace The Captain. “Right now, off the current roster, excluding the free agents that […] The post What to do about shortstop? appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 23, 2014

Derek Jeter prayed for 'big moment' in last Yankee Stadium at-bat

Releases excerpts from upcoming book "Unfiltered"
Ex-Yankee executive talks about replacing Derek Jeter

Ex-Yankee executive talks about replacing Derek Jeter

Trey Hillman, the former Yankee executive who was recently hired as the Astros’ bench coach, offered a brief, yet interesting window into the succession process at shortstop for his former organization in an interview with the Houston Chronicle.
Newsday Oct 21, 2014

Yankees could learn from lineup moves of Royals' Ned Yost

Maybe Ned Yost is just lucky he didn't have a Derek Jeter farewell tour to orchestrate this season.
Red Sox Monster Oct 21, 2014
The post-Derek Jeter era: The next face of Major League Baseball can't be scripted

The post-Derek Jeter era: The next face of Major League Baseball can't be scripted

Is San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey destined to become the next "face of major league baseball" and is it even worth trying to figure out who will fill that recently vacated role?
New York Post Oct 19, 2014
As Jeter exits, the possible new face of baseball wears a mask

As Jeter exits, the possible new face of baseball wears a mask

Perfect. Derek Jeter was retiring. He was not going to be in the playoffs. But Andrew McCutchen, Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw and — most importantly — Mike Trout were. The...

The Flip: 13 years ago today

Your browser does not support iframes. It was 13 years ago today that Derek Jeter made The Flip. I know there’s a lot to be said about The Dive, and I was there for No. 3,000 and the final at-bat walk-off, but I still think of The Flip as the quintessential Jeter moment. This season, […] The post The Flip: 13 years ago today appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
River Ave. Blues Oct 13, 2014

Capuano among players going to Japan for All-Star Series 2014

MLB is sending a team of players to Japan to play a five-game series against the Japanese national team in November, an event they’re calling the All-Star Series 2014. Derek Jeter declined to participate in the event but Chris Capuano will be part of the team, according to a Japan-Baseball report passed along by Kazuto […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogCapuano among players going to Japan for All-Star Series 2014 The post Capuano among players going to Japan for All-Star Series 2014 appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Six items on Brian Cashman's shopping list

Brian Cashman has been re-signed. In his first move under his new three-year contract, he let go hitting coach Kevin Long and first base coach Mick Kelleher. So what else is on his plate for the winter? 1. Derek Jeter's replacement: The Yankees need to find a shortstop to replace Jeter. No one will be Jeter, the legend, but most will be better than Jeter, the 40-year-old. Stephen Drew may be the favorite. The Yankees could be buying low for a guy who career-wise is in the same category as J.
Mets 360 Oct 10, 2014

A rant about Derek Jeter and the Mets

I love baseball. Yeah, football is awesome too, but there’s something magical about the lack of a game clock and lazy, hazy days of summer. And as the leaves transform into a spectacular canvass and the New York Mets routinely…Read more →Related Posts:David Wright: Our Derek Jeter?David Wright vs. Derek Jeter: By the NumbersWith Ruben Tejada the line drives just keep on comingCould Jose Reyes end up back in New York?Wilpons: What were you thinking about Reyes?

Hardy signs; Drew could be favorite at SS

J.J. Hardy is the first name to be crossed off the Derek Jeter replacement list. Hardy has agreed to a three-year, $40 million extension with the Orioles. This close to free agency, you don't usually see players sign deals because they can have a better opportunity to maximize their value on the open market. Hardy apparently didn't care what the Yankees had to offer. I don't think it is a great loss. Hardy, 32, is a pretty good player, but his OPS was just .
KFFL Oct 9, 2014

Yankees | Stephen Drew to replace Derek Jeter?

New York Yankees SS Stephen Drew is the favorite to replace SS Derek Jeter next ...

MLB Player News

  • 2 Nick Markakis

    Nick Markakis

    Orioles decline longtime outfielder Nick Markakis' $17.5 million option for 2015

  • 2 Max Scherzer

    Max Scherzer

    Taking another look at Orioles' arbitration-eligible players - School of Roch

  • 2 Madison Bumgarner

    Madison Bumgarner

    MCGRATH: Madison Bumgarner effort was one for the ages

  • 2 Lucas Duda

    Lucas Duda

    Lucas Duda will travel to Japan for All-Star Series

  • 2 LaTroy Hawkins

    LaTroy Hawkins

    Rockies exercise team option on relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins for 2015

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