Derek Jeter plays washed out Yankee for Will Ferrell flick ‘The Other Guys’


November 13, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Celebrities, Comedy, Entertainment, Film, Popular Culture. Comments off.

World Series Game 2: NY Yankees take it 3-1


Yanks take Game 2,  3-1

Series tied 1 game a piece

WSJ blogged the game here


Here is the moment I yelled at the TV:

10:40: I need to know if Derek Jeter tried to sacrifice with two strikes, or if Joe Girardi signaled him to do it. Girardi should be the first manager fired in the middle of a World Series if it was him.

And Yankees fan deluxe Ben Kabak of the great Yankees blog River Avenue Blues notes that Jeter bunts on his own all the time with two strikes. Yanks fans should hope The Captain doesn’t become The Manager in 10 years.

10:38: Tim McCarver: “At 0-2, there is no way Jeter is still bunting. Too good a hitter.”

Jeter bunts foul and is out. — Fitzgerald

October 29, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Entertainment, Popular Culture, Sports. Comments off.

ALDS Game 3 Tonight: NYY look to sweep Twins

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October 11, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Entertainment, Popular Culture, Sports. 2 comments.

ALDS: Yankees!!!!!!

Yanks take Game 1 :  Yankees win 7-2, take a 1-0 series lead.

Game 2 on Friday, A.J. Burnett vs. Nick Blackburn, 6:07 p.m.

Yankees-Twins, Game 1  ALDS Live Blog here. Beginning the quest for Championship 27!!!!

‘Jeter’s two-out home run just inside the foul pole ties the score at 2. It was his 18th postseason home run.’ Bottom of seventh: Unstoppable A-Rod smacks a single off the rightfield wall to score Jeter. That’s three runs scored for Jeter and two RBIs for A-Rod.’

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Tom Sawyer – RUSH:

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October 7, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , . Popular Culture, Sports. 1 comment.

Derek Jeter sets new Yankee hit record!2722


Courtesy of SuperFunnyComedy


Derek Jeter is no longer the Prince of New York. He’s the Hit King.

The shortstop passed Lou Gehrig on the Yankees‘ all-time hits list on Friday night, singling against Orioles rookie Chris Tillman in the third inning.

Jeter was the center of attention from the moment the Yankees took the field, as the crowd waited out an 87-minute rain delay in order to witness history. Jeter received a loud ovation after catching a pop up to end the top of the first, then fans went crazy when he emerged from the dugout in between innings to prepare for his first at-bat.

Flahsbulbs popped continuously from the second he stepped into the batters box, as the crowd buzzed with anticipation. Jeter took Tillman’s first pitch for a called strike, then took a big hack at his second offering, falling into an 0-2 count.

Jeter took a ball, then fouled one back to the backstop, but Tillman caught him off-guard with a curveball, striking him out.

Jeter led off the third inning for his second at-bat, as Tillman started him off with a pair of balls. Jeter lined the 2-0 pitch past first baseman Luke Scott to move past Gehrig, a hit virtually identical to the one that tied Gehrig’s mark in the seventh inning on Wednesday.

The entire Yankees dugout emptied on to the field to congratulate Jeter, with Alex Rodriguez reaching him first, giving him a big hug. Each of Jeter’s teammates took their turn to show their support for him, then he acknowledged the crowd with a few tips of his helmet. Orioles players stood on the top step of their dugout, applauding Jeter for his accomplishment….

The Iron Horse and his mama Christina. Lou Gehrig will always be a hero for the man he was as well as the athelete. Credits: Daily News

The Iron Horse and his mama Christina. Lou Gehrig will always be a hero for the man he was as well as the athelete. Credits: Daily News

September 11, 2009. Tags: , , , . Entertainment, Popular Culture, Sports. 1 comment.

Derek Jeter ties Lou Gehrig’s all time hits record- 2721!!!

Poppi is smiling in heaven. A Yankees man through and through, God Bless.

Courtesy of ejvillalta77


Jeter singled in the seventh inning for his third hit Wednesday night against Tampa Bay, matching Gehrig with 2,721 hits in a Yankees uniform.

After entering the game in an 0-for-12 slump, his longest hitless stretch this season, Jeter broke out of the rut with a bunt single toward third base leading off the bottom of the first inning.

With cameras flashing all around Yankee Stadium on every pitch to Jeter, he grounded out in the third inning against Rays starter Jeff Niemann and drove a ground-rule double to straightaway center in the fifth.

Damn Yankees courtesy of projecthenry

September 9, 2009. Tags: , , , . Celebrities, Popular Culture, Sports. 1 comment.

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