Only Derek Jeter could end a legendary career with the game-winning hit.
With the game tied 5-5 at the bottom of the ninth and a runner on second, Captain Clutch walked up to the plate and delivered – as he has done many times before – with a RBI double in his first at-bat.
"I've played my last game at shortstop," Jeter said during the post-game press conference. "I wanted to take something special from Yankee Stadium and the view from shortstop here, tonight, is what I want to take from it.”
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