Derek Jeter - baseball player
Derek Jeter is an American professional baseball player who is at present with the New York Yankees. He is a Major League Baseball (MLB) shortstop who has played his whole career for the New York Yankees. He has serve as the Yankees' team leader since 2003. Jeter's presence in the Yankees' lineup, tinted by his hitting prowess, played an active role in the team's late 1990s dynasty. Jeter debuted in the main Leagues in 1995, and the subsequent year he won the Rookie of the Year Award and help the Yankees win the 1996 World Series.

In 2000, Jeter become the only player in history to win together the All Star Game MVP Award and the World Series MVP Award in the similar year. He has been selected as an All-Star eleven times, won the Silver Slugger award four times, and he has won the Gold Glove award on five time. He is the all-time hits head among shortstops and his .317 career batting average during the 2009 season ranks as the fifth highest with active players. He has been among the American League (AL) leaders in hits and runs scored for the past ten years. He is the every time Yankees hit leader, transitory Hall of Fame member Lou Gehrig in 2009.

Date Of Birth
June 26, 1974
Place Of Birth
Pequannock, New Jersey
Batting average
Home runs
Runs batted in
On-base plus slugging
New York Yankees

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