Derek Jeter

#2, SS, NY Yankees
Derek Jeter
  • Height:
    6-3
  • Weight:
    195
  • Bats:
    R
  • Throws:
    R
  • Born:
    June 26, 1974
  • Birth Place:
    Pequannock, New Jersey
  • College:
    None
  • Draft:
    1992 1ˢᵗ round (6ᵗʰ pick) by the New York Yankees
  • AVG
    .256
  • HR
    4
  • RBI
    50
  • R
    47


Player Notes
Derek Jeter exited his final game Sunday in the third inning after delivering an infield single for an RBI in his second at-bat.

Advice: Jeter hit the ball much harder his first time up, but it was right at shortstop Jemile Weeks for a lineout. The second at-bat was a chopper that bounced high off home plate, making a play impossible for third baseman Garin Cecchini. Manager Joe Girardi signaled and asked Jeter if he wanted to come out, and Jeter replied that he was done. The hit was the 3,465th of his Hall of Fame career. He finishes up sixth on the all-time list.

7 hours ago Rotoworld
Derek Jeter is in the designated hitter spot and batting second in his final game Sunday.

Advice: It's the same position he was in Saturday. Jeter was pulled for a pinch-hitter in the fifth inning of that game and is likely to also exit Sunday's game early so that he can receive a proper send-off.

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Sun, Sep 28 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter went 1-for-2 with an infield single Saturday against the Red Sox.

Advice: Making the start out of the DH spot, Jeter struck out swinging in the first inning before hitting an infield chopper for a single in his second at-bat. With the Red Sox winning in a blowout, the 40-year-old was pulled for a pinch-hitter in the fifth, much to the displeasure of those in attendance at Fenway Park. His 20-year major league career will come to an end on Sunday.

Sun, Sep 28 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter is in the Yankees starting lineup on Saturday.

Advice: Jeter is serving as the designated hitter in what could be his final game. He will bat second against opposing hurler Joe Kelly.

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Sat, Sep 27 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter is not in the Yankees' lineup Friday.

Advice: Jeter revealed after Thursday's contest that he won't play another game at shortstop. He could start a game or two at designated hitter or could just appear as a pinch-hitter. Brendan Ryan is at shortstop Friday.

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Sat, Sep 27 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter said after Thursday's game that he will not play shortstop in Boston this weekend.

Advice: Not surprisingly, he wants Thursday's game at Yankee Stadium to be his last one at shortstop. Jeter will pinch-hit and/or serve as the designated hitter over the weekend.

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Fri, Sep 26 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter delivered a walk-off single in his final game at Yankee Stadium, helping the Yankees overcome the Orioles on Thursday.

Advice: It was a big game for Jeter, as he finished 2-for-5 with three RBI. He knocked in the Yanks' first run in the bottom of the first with an RBI single and later scored to tie the game up at 2-2. In the seventh, he put the Yankees ahead, hitting a bases-loaded grounder to J.J. Hardy who then threw the ball into right field, allowing two runs to score. Then, in the ninth, after David Robertson had allowed the Orioles to score three runs to tie the game, Jeter singled to right field in the bottom of the ninth to walk the Yankees off. Quite the storybook ending to his final game at Yankee Stadium. The Captain has had a down year at the plate, but has come on strong as of late, batting .342 (13-for-38) in his last nine games. Overall, he's hitting .255/.302/.312 with four home runs, 49 RBI, and 10 stolen bases.

Thu, Sep 25 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter is slated to bat second and play shortstop Thursday against the Orioles.

Advice: The stage is set for Jeter's home finale, but the weather remains the big wild card. The tarp is on the field and there will be no batting practice, but the Yankees remain hopeful of getting the game in.

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Thu, Sep 25 Rotoworld
Derek Jeter had his first three-RBI game of the season Monday in the win over the Orioles.

Advice: Jeter plated a run with a groundout in the third and then doubled in two in the fifth. With 10 hits in his last six games, he's going out on a higher note than it seemed he would a couple of weeks ago.

Thu, Sep 25 Rotoworld
Batting
Last 10 Games Season To Date
Date Opp. Score AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
Sep 28 @Bos W 9-5 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 .256 .304 .313 .617
Sep 27 @Bos L 4-10 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .256 .303 .313 .615
Sep 25 Bal W 6-5 5 1 2 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 .255 .302 .312 .614
Sep 24 Bal L 5-9 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .254 .301 .309 .611
Sep 23 Bal L 4-5 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .255 .303 .312 .615
Sep 22 Bal W 5-0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 .256 .304 .313 .617
Sep 21 Tor W 5-2 4 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 .255 .303 .311 .614
Sep 20 Tor L 3-6 5 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 .254 .302 .308 .609
Sep 19 Tor W 5-3 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .252 .301 .305 .606
Sep 18 Tor W 3-2 4 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 .250 .299 .303 .603
Career Stats
Batting
Batting
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
1995 NYY 15 48 5 12 4 1 0 7 3 11 0 0 .250 .294 .375 .669
1996 NYY 157 582 104 183 25 6 10 78 48 102 14 7 .314 .370 .430 .800
1997 NYY 159 654 116 190 31 7 10 70 74 125 23 12 .291 .370 .405 .775
1998 NYY 149 626 127 203 25 8 19 84 57 119 30 6 .324 .384 .481 .864
1999 NYY 158 627 134 219 37 9 24 102 91 116 19 8 .349 .438 .552 .989
2000 NYY 148 593 119 201 31 4 15 73 68 99 22 4 .339 .416 .481 .896
2001 NYY 150 614 110 191 35 3 21 74 56 99 27 3 .311 .377 .480 .858
2002 NYY 157 644 124 191 26 0 18 75 73 114 32 3 .297 .373 .421 .794
2003 NYY 119 482 87 156 25 3 10 52 43 88 11 5 .324 .393 .450 .844
2004 NYY 154 643 111 188 44 1 23 78 46 99 23 4 .292 .352 .471 .823
2005 NYY 159 654 122 202 25 5 19 70 77 117 14 5 .309 .389 .450 .839
2006 NYY 154 623 118 214 39 3 14 97 69 102 34 5 .344 .417 .483 .900
2007 NYY 156 639 102 206 39 4 12 73 56 100 15 8 .322 .388 .452 .840
2008 NYY 150 596 88 179 25 3 11 69 52 85 11 5 .300 .363 .408 .771
2009 NYY 153 634 107 212 27 1 18 66 72 90 30 5 .334 .406 .465 .871
2010 NYY 157 663 111 179 30 3 10 67 63 106 18 5 .270 .340 .370 .710
2011 NYY 131 546 84 162 24 4 6 61 46 81 16 6 .297 .355 .388 .743
2012 NYY 159 683 99 216 32 0 15 58 45 90 9 4 .316 .362 .429 .791
2013 NYY 17 63 8 12 1 0 1 7 8 10 0 0 .190 .288 .254 .542
2014 NYY 145 581 47 149 19 1 4 50 35 87 10 2 .256 .304 .313 .617
Totals 2747 11195 1923 3465 544 66 260 1311 1082 1840 358 97 .310 .377 .440 .817
Fielding
Fielding
Year Team G POS GS INN PO TC A E DP FPCT
1997 NYY 159 SS 159 1417 245 718 455 18 88 .975
1998 NYY 148 SS 148 1304 225 625 391 9 81 .986
1999 NYY 158 SS 158 1395 230 634 390 14 86 .978
2000 NYY 148 SS 148 1278 236 609 349 24 77 .961
2001 NYY 150 SS 150 1312 211 570 344 15 68 .974
2002 NYY 156 SS 156 1383 219 600 367 14 69 .977
2003 NYY 118 SS 118 1033 160 445 271 14 51 .969
2004 NYY 154 SS 154 1341 273 678 392 13 96 .981
2005 NYY 157 SS 157 1352 262 731 454 15 96 .979
2006 NYY 150 SS 149 1292 214 610 381 15 81 .975
2007 NYY 155 SS 153 1318 199 607 390 18 104 .970
2008 NYY 148 SS 147 1258 220 579 347 12 69 .979
2009 NYY 150 SS 147 1260 206 554 340 8 75 .986
2010 NYY 151 SS 150 1303 182 553 365 6 94 .989
2011 NYY 122 SS 121 1047 140 432 280 12 60 .972
2012 NYY 135 SS 133 1186 172 506 324 10 67 .980
2013 NYY 13 SS 13 109 23 52 27 2 6 .962
2014 NYY 130 SS 129 1138 144 411 256 11 48 .973
Totals 2502 SS 2490 21735 3561 9914 6123 230 1316 .977