Sale ends soon!
Of course Captain Clutch would get a walk-off single in his final at bat at Yankee Stadium…of course he would. The movie script that was his New York baseball career could not have had any other ending. A Yankee Classic, Jeter played on FIVE World Series Championship Teams. He finished his career with a .310 batting average, 14x All-Star, 5x Gold Glove, 5x Silver Slugger, AL Rookie of the Year, 3000 Hit Club and as the Yankees Captain, an honor he held from 2003 until his retirement. Jeter also is the holder of the Yankees Career Hits Record (3,465!). He completed a rare &’double’ of sorts in 2000 when he was named MVP of the All-Star Game as well as the World Series. And he finished his career with a game-winning, walk-off single at his last game at Yankee Stadium, his &’office’ as he liked to call it. Perfect. Away from the field, few players were as popular as Derek. If the Yankees could have retired his number while he was still playing they probably would have! But they won’t have to wait long as Derek retired to much fanfare and adulation after the 2014 season. This terrific panoramic photo of Derek was taken during his unforgettable final Yankee Stadium At Bat, the latest addition to Yankee Lore. Quality Framed, this beauty is a terrific piece of Yankee Sports Art and the perfect gift for any fan of the Bronx Bombers!