The New York Yankees are a team with a rich history and tradition that is full of so many great moments, teams, and players.
So, it’s a common occurrence for their fans to remember certain dates in their franchise’s history where something great happened.
On this day, July 1, there was something pretty amazing that took place at the old Yankee Stadium, all the way back in 2004.
The Yankees were playing host to their division rivals, the Boston Red Sox, who would go on to win the World Series that year.
Once he caught it, his momentum took him into the stands as he dove headfirst into the crowd.
The YES Network tweeted a video of the moment where Jeter sacrificed everything to make an unbelievable play.
— YES Network (@YESNetwork) July 1, 2022
Jeter always played his heart out.
He went headfirst into the stands and came up bruised and battered.
But that didn’t matter to him.
He gave it his all every day, especially on that play, and he pulled off one of the most amazing catches you’ll ever see in baseball history.
The fact that it was a Yankees vs. Red Sox game made it all the more special.
Jeter didn’t care if he got hurt on that play.
He just wanted to do whatever it took to make the play and help the Yankees win.
That’s what made him so great.
Yankees fans will always remember how Jeter gave his all for them and the city of New York on a daily basis.
It didn’t matter what the score was.
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