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    RE2PECT - Tip your cap to Jeter

    Don't know if posted yet. Great commercial. I watched this commercial 100 times already, and I get a lump in my throat every time. Gonna miss this class act...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X03_bNuihLU

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    I hope you feel better.

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    I will tip my cap to the great compiler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    I will tip my cap to the great compiler.


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    It's a shame the last seasons for Jeter, Rivera and Pettite the Yankees don't make the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    It's a shame the last seasons for Jeter, Rivera and Pettite the Yankees don't make the playoffs.
    And the final season of the old Yankee Stadium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    And the final season of the old Yankee Stadium.
    Cashman ... OUT

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    The crowd was chanting " De- rek Je - ter " clap clap, clap clap clap. After that the Fox microphones picked up some Idiot yelling " o-ver-ra-ted. Of course, after that, Jeter promptly lines a double the other way. Classic Jeter

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    2 for 2, run scored

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    I will tip my cap to the great compiler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMagicRat View Post
    Ha... well done. People who dislike Jeter probably hate puppies and order pizza on Thanksgiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMagicRat View Post
    So Todd Pratt is an all time great too I assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetPotato View Post
    Cashman ... OUT
    Fo realz?

    I think Cashman and Girardi are perfect for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Fo realz?

    I think Cashman and Girardi are perfect for us.
    Girardi yes! cashman meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    So Todd Pratt is an all time great too I assume.
    LOL

    So Todd Pratt has won 5 World Series, 5 Gold Gloves, has a career batting average of .351 in the World Series and has over 3,000 hits?

    BTW your "great compiler" comment is so flawed. Cal Ripken Jr., Craig Biggio and Dave Winfield (just to name a few) all have less hits than Derek Jeter, yet they have more plate appearances.

    And of course this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMagicRat View Post
    LOL

    So Todd Pratt has won 5 World Series, 5 Gold Gloves, has a career batting average of .351 in the World Series and has over 3,000 hits?

    BTW your "great compiler" comment is so flawed. Cal Ripken Jr., Craig Biggio and Dave Winfield (just to name a few) all have less hits than Derek Jeter, yet they have more plate appearances.

    And of course this:

    Was he ever the main guy on any of those championships? No, he was a supporting cast member.

    The named guys also hit more HR's than the compiler. If you ask any pitcher who they would not want to face in a game winning situation of that list the other 3 would be ahead of Jeter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    I will tip my cap to the great compiler.
    The great compiler indeed

    derek-jeter-girlfriends.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    Was he ever the main guy on any of those championships? No, he was a supporting cast member.

    The named guys also hit more HR's than the compiler. If you ask any pitcher who they would not want to face in a game winning situation of that list the other 3 would be ahead of Jeter.
    He was a shortstop. There aren't many power hitters who were shortstops. You can still be a great hitter and not have many homeruns.

    He won World Series MVP against the Mets in 2000, hit over .300 in every postseason series in 1999, and hit over .400 in two out of the three postseason series when they won in 2009. Sure doesn't sound like a supporting member to me.

    BTW how do you know what pitchers think? Did you take a survey? ESP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMagicRat View Post
    He was a shortstop. There aren't many power hitters who were shortstops. You can still be a great hitter and not have many homeruns.

    He won World Series MVP against the Mets in 2000, hit over .300 in every postseason series in 1999, and hit over .400 in two out of the three postseason series when they won in 2009. Sure doesn't sound like a supporting member to me.

    BTW how do you know what pitchers think? Did you take a survey? ESP?
    A table setter. He was the Wally Backman for the Yankees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMagicRat View Post
    LOL

    So Todd Pratt has won 5 World Series, 5 Gold Gloves, has a career batting average of .351 in the World Series and has over 3,000 hits?

    BTW your "great compiler" comment is so flawed. Cal Ripken Jr., Craig Biggio and Dave Winfield (just to name a few) all have less hits than Derek Jeter, yet they have more plate appearances.

    And of course this:

    Please DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS.

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