After Derek Jeter played the final game of his MLB career at Fenway Park on Sunday, he got one last tribute from the city of New York, in the form of the Empire State building being lit up with New York Yankee pinstripes.

By Extra Mustard
September 29, 2014

After Derek Jeter played the final game of his MLB career at Fenway Park on Sunday, he got another fitting tribute from the city of New York, in the form of the Empire State building being lit up with New York Yankee pinstripes.

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At this point, Jeter has to have broken any record for most "tributes" in a season.

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The 40-year old shortstop is not through being fêted for his storied career yet either, as it was recently reported that the Baseball Hall of Fame has already begun preparation for Jeter's inevitable induction when he is first eligible for enshrinement in 2020.
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