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where-ducks-go-in-winter:

happy retirement to this legend

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As I walked out onto Landsdowne Street, I passed two guys both wearing a t-shirt I hadn’t seen before. It was a Superman shirt, but there were these little hands pulling the chest apart to reveal a Yankee jersey underneath. The shirt struck me as backwards. Shouldn’t it have been the reverse? That underneath Jeter’s Yankee jersey, he was Superman? But, I realized, intentionally or not, the shirt had it right. For years, we’ve all had an unspoken agreement with Derek Jeter: we would make him into the embodiment of what we always wanted baseball to be, and in return he’d give us enough magic to make it feel real. Jeter wasn’t a superhero disguised as a baseball player; he was a baseball player disguised as a superhero—one who didn’t so much define an era as he did save it from itself.

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evienator:

octoberrainfall252:

Not taking any chances

I scrolled past this and the guilt was too much

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On September 28, 1996, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, and Andy Pettitte played in the same MLB game for the first time. On September 28, 2014, exactly 18 years later, Derek Jeter played the final game of his career. With that, every member of the legendary Core Four is retired. 

"Jeter says that he wants to own a team one day. One day he will. Me, Jorge, and Andy will be part of that." - Mariano Rivera

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snl1975:

al pacino speaking italian

[sweating]

al pacino yelling in italian

[sweating intensifies]

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algemesii1:

Robert De Niro

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