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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Derek Jeter is among the most media-savvy athletes on the planet, but he says it came through trial and error."I think you learn through experience," he told The Associated Press in a...
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In an age when superstars think they're bigger than the team, and the ownership, Jeter knew
otherwise. Even a 14-time all-star was still an employee, and George Steinbrenner, until he
passed away in 2010, was the boss. Jeter revered the boss, but also managed to connect him
with the crowd. One of their better moments together was a VISA commercial, in which they're
filmed in a conga line at a Manhattan night club.
Derek Jeter played hero one last time during his final Yankee Stadium game on Thursday, cracking a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. Because he’s Derek Jeter. No more words. Here’s a clip:...
While she may no longer be practising her asanas, ex-Lululemon CEO Christine Day's new gig still has a main focus on healthy living. Day has been the CEO of Luvo Inc., a Vancouver-based food company t...
With Major League Baseball's Opening Day only six sleeps away, the polls are in, predictions have been posted, the sport's sages and seers have spoken -- and you know these guys are never wrong -- and apparently the New York Yankees are, in the words of Ed Grimley, "as doomed as doomed can be."
Derek, if you think 3,000 hits is an achievement (and of course it is!), try helping 30,000 young people to stay away from drugs and become leaders in their communities. That's really changing the bigger game.