History has his eyes on him.
The Clevelander is closing.
"When that phone rang and I saw the number, your heart skips a beat."
Derek Jeter is a monster.
If the sculpture is moved, the Marlins want to add a new standing-room only area.
That's the largest price tag ever for a modern-day baseball card.
The Braves keep on rollin'.
An exasperated Jeter called Gumbel "mentally weak."
It turns out people don't want to watch AAA rosters in the majors and support lying, cheap organizations. Who knew?
Derek Jeter's latest excuse for the Marlins' teardown is maybe the worst yet.
The Marlins want you to believe they traded their best players solely to improve their organization. That is transparently untrue.
Heaven forbid the Marlins have any semblance of entertainment value.
If there's one thing that will get fans to the ballpark or watching at home on TV, it's trading away all your good players.
Did Jeter have a good excuse for failing to show up and do his job? Nope, just football tickets.
Let this serve as another reminder to not put no-trade clauses in long term contracts.
The first months of Jeter's tenure in Miami have been bad, and this might be the worst story yet.
This whole thing has to feel unfortunately familiar to Marlins fans.
Stop doing this.
Derek Jeter asked Marlins team president David Samson to fire special assistants Andre Dawson, Tony Perez, Jack McKeon, and Jeff Conine. This is after Jeter had told Samson he will not be back.
It's still likely going to happen, but given the troubles this bid has had so far, nothing should be taken for granted.