WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Derek Jeter plays his final home game with the New York Yankees on Thursday, Sept. 25, against the Baltimore Orioles.
The veteran shortstop has left a lifetime of memories for fans. He has played his entire 20-year career in the Bronx, and played in seven World Series, winning five of them. With a .308 batting average in 158 games post-season games, he is regarded as one of the best clutch hitters of all-time.
So what's your favorite Jeter memory? Was it the play against the Oakland A's in the 2001 playoffs in this video? Or was it the catch against the Red Sox when he dove into the stands and bloodied his nose? Or his performance in the 2000 Subway Series against the Mets, when he hit .409 in the five-game World Series and was named Series MVP?
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