On Baseball: Derek Jeter, Out of Pinstripes and in Monument Park, Can Finally Reflect

The shortstop was famous during his 20-year career for staying in the moment. But as the Yankees retired his No. 2 jersey on Sunday, he could, at last, ponder his place in baseball history.

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