While Jeter fell one vote short of the unanimous first-ballot Hall of Fame vote, "The Captain" is headed to Cooperstown. Over his 20 years with the Yankees, Jeter lead the team to five World Series titles while ranking sixth in all-time hits and playing in more games for the Yankees than any player ever.
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