Recounting the moments that defined Derek Jeter
reaches out and gets his glove on the ball, pulling it over the fence for a tying homer that turns 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier into an instant celebrity. The Orioles are livid, but umpire Rich Garcia does not rule fan interference - this was
Jeter honored before finale at Camden Yards
series. Showalter had a better suggestion for a parting gift. He would have had Tony Tarasco hand Jeter a picture of Jeffrey Maier , the 12-year-old fan who reached over the wall at Yankee Stadium on a fly ball that Jeter hit toward the Baltimore
Buck Showalter's Perfect Gift Idea For Derek Jeter - @TheBuzzeronFox
We really hope the Orioles' manager goes through with this idea before Jeter's last game at Camden Yards later this season.
Jeter's decision to retire signals end of an era
selections. And then there are all those unforgettable moments he authored: The postseason homer aided by youngster Jeffrey Maier . The World Series shot that made him Mr. November. The home run for his 3,000th hit. The dive into the stands