Jeter officially ‘Old-Timer’ as Yanks honor ’98 title

Jeter officially 'Old-Timer' as Yanks honor '98 title

Derek Jeter will attend Yankees’ Old-Timers’ Day for the first time since his retirement when New York honors the 25th anniversary of its 1998 World Series championship team on Sept. 9.


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