There's a good chance your favorite baseball team is extremely easy to hate.
After gutting the franchise with the Giancarlo Stanton trade, Jeter will not face reporters at the MLB winter meetings this week.
The group is said to be close to finalizing (finally) a $1.2 billion deal to purchase the team.
Bush reportedly only had $20 million to offer, and Jeter wanted to assume more control over the operations.
New York is no longer Championship or Bust, and it's refreshing.
Jeter Week was ridiculous and way too much. But Jeter really was a great ballplayer, and really was the kind of charismatic superstar baseball needs more of.
It's probably just a funny coincidence, but former outfielder Matt Diaz has a Peak Jeter story.
Hell hath no fury like a Jeets scorned.
PED suspicions, rowdy farmhands, Derek Jeter in a garish orange blazer—it's baseball season all right.
Yeah Jeets! Welcome to the ownership club (please clap).
By one measure, Rey Ordóñez was a marginal player. By another, he was one of the great geniuses that baseball has ever seen. Both can be true, but which matters more?
The Yankees are gouging fans on Derek Jeter Night. On Mother's Day, no less.