Derek Jeter is taking his place among Yankee legends. Jeter's number-two was retired during a ceremony at Yankee Stadium Sunday night. Jeter, who is the 22nd Yankee to have his number retired, was also enshrined in Monument Park.
Jeter spent all 20 of his MLB seasons with New York. The 14-time All-Star helped guide the Yankees to seven World Series appearances and five championships. "The Captain" is the franchise's all-time leader in hits, stolen bases and games played.