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    Baseball Hall of Famer Derek Jeter has announced that he is stepping down as Miami Marlins CEO and will sell his stake in the team due to differing visions of the club's future. The 47-year-old Jeter has been the team's chief financial officer since 2017, and has overseen vast payroll reduction and the hiring of general manager Kim Ng, the first woman to hold that title in any of the four major US sports leagues. 'Today I am announcing that the Miami Marlins and I are officially ending our relationship and I will no longer serve as CEO nor as a shareholder in the Club,' read Jeter's statement.  Jeter owned about 4 percent of the team, according to Sportico, which values the Marlins at an MLB-low $1.12 billion, making the outgoing CEO's shares worth around $45 million. Jeter reportedly paid $25 million for his stake in 2017, making his profit around $20 million over five years.  Baseball Hall of Famer Derek Jeter has announced that he is stepping down as Miami Marlins CEO and will sell his stake in the...
    Derek Jeter, along with Bruce Sherman, hold their first press conference as Miami Marlins owners on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017.Miami Herald | Tribune News Service | Getty Images Derek Jeter has announced he's stepping down as chief executive of the Miami Marlins and selling his stake in the Major League Baseball franchise. Jeter, the New York Yankees icon, took over the team's top C-suite role in 2017. "We had a vision five years ago to turn the Marlins franchise around, and as CEO, I have been proud to put my name and reputation on the line to make our plan a reality," Jeter said in statement. "Through hard work, trust and accountability, we transformed every aspect of the franchise, reshaping the workforce, and developing a long-term strategic plan for success." This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    COOPERSTOWN, New York -- Derek Jeter visited Cooperstown when he was a kid nearly four decades ago and says he doesn't remember much about the trip. He's returning this week and likely won't ever forget even one moment.After a delay of well over a year, the former New York Yankees shortstop and captain will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday along with fellow class of 2020 members Ted Simmons, Larry Walker, and the late Marvin Miller, whose efforts on the labor front changed the game.Last year's ceremony was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Nobody was selected from this year's writers' ballot and the Hall of Fame's Era committees postponed their scheduled elections until the upcoming offseason because of the pandemic."As strange as this sounds or may sound, I'm trying not to think about it," the 47-year-old Jeter, now an owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins, said last week. "I just want to go there and experience it. I'm trying to keep it out of my mind because I do want to go in there...
    Yankees’ legend Derek Jeter and the 2020 class will have Hall induction ceremony in September with ‘limited’ crowds Andres Chavez June 9, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe Hall of Fame Class of 2020, led by New York Yankees’ shortstop Derek Jeter, couldn’t enjoy an induction ceremony last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, fans who want to see their idols immortalized will have their chance to do it in person this year. Jane Forbes Clark, the Chairman of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, announced today that this summer’s Induction Ceremony will take place at 1:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Sept. 8. According to a note published in the Baseball Hall of Fame website, the event will be ‘in front of limited crowds as an outdoor ticketed event’. For those who want to see it in TV, the ceremony will be broadcast live exclusively on MLB Network. The Yankees’ longtime shortstop is set for immortality The Yankees’ legendary shortstop was elected to the Hall in early 2020, and was a...
    New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter will be the subject of an upcoming multi-part ESPN docuseries that is being produced by famed director Spike Lee. The soon-to-be Hall of Famer was guarded about his personal life over his 20 Major League seasons, so it's anyone's guess if the project will be much of a revelation. However, according to ESPN's press release, the series will use Jeter's storied career 'as a vessel to tell a larger cultural story that explores race, family, community, rivalries and more.' Jeter, 46, now serves as the CEO and part owner of the Miami Marlins.  New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter will be the subject of an upcoming multi-part ESPN docuseries that is being produced by famed director Spike Lee. In this photo, Jeter stands by his plaque during a pregame ceremony honoring Jeter and retiring his number 2 at Yankee Stadium on May 14, 2017 A phenom growing up in central Michigan, Jeter intended to play for the Wolverines at the University of Michigan before he was taken by the Yankees with the...
    Yankees legend Derek Jeter will have his documentary: ‘The Captain’ will be ready in 2022 Andres Chavez May 18, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditFor New York Yankees’ fans, watching Derek Jeter play and proudly wear the pinstripes with class and dignity was a joy for almost two full decades. He certainly wasn’t the most feared power hitter of all, but mastered the art of putting the bat to the ball, going the other way, and had a penchant for the dramatic. ESPN, like all of us, thinks Jeter’s career is worthy of global admiration, and announced that it will be producing a documentary about the Yankees’ legend (link to NJ Advance Media article here). The New York Post’s Andrew Marchand was the one that broke the news Tuesday on Twitter. “ESPN working with Derek Jeter on a doc about him, called, “The Captain” was the message he wrote on his account. The Captain will be a 6-part TV documentary, and will be ready for people to enjoy it in 2022. Yankees fans all over...
    Sports history was made in Miami on Friday as Kim Ng was named the new general manager of the Marlins, becoming the first woman to hold that title in any of North American's four major professional leagues. Ng (pronounced: 'Ang') is now the highest-ranking woman in any team's baseball operations department after more than 30 years of MLB experience, including 21 years working in the front offices of the Chicago White Sox (1990–96), New York Yankees (1998–2001), and Los Angeles Dodgers (2002–11). As explained in a team press release, Ng has been 'an integral part of eight postseason appearances, including six League Championship Series and three World Championships.' Sports history was made in Miami on Friday as Kim Ng (pictured here in 2009) was named the new general manager of the Marlins, becoming the first woman to hold that title in any of North American's four major professional leagues Ng is believed to be the first woman general manager of a major North American sports team Former Dodgers Manager Tommy Lasorda talks with Assistant General Manager Kim...
    MARIAH Carey has opened up on her steamy affair with Derek Jeter, revealing the Yankees legend was the 'second man she ever had sex with'. The 50-year-old singer struck up a secret romance with the professional baseball player during her first marriage to Tommy Mottola. 5Mariah Carey claims Derek Jeter was the second man she ever had sex withCredit: Time Life Pictures - Getty Images Speaking on their relationship in her memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, the star recalled a "weekend wonderland" with Derek in Tampa, Florida. She said: "Derek was only the second person I had ever slept with (coincidentally his number 2 on the Yankees). Just like his position on the team, our relationship was a short stop in my life. "It was a very critical transition for me, and maybe a dream come true, or maybe an accomplishment, for him. I don't know. "Very soon we weren't meant for the long run. For one, there's a great gulf between athletes and artists, and honestly it's hard for two stars from any industry to...
    This Day in Yankees History: Derek Jeter makes “The Dive” By: John Zarnowski July 1, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesNew York Yankees’ captain and superstar Derek Jeter has accomplished so much during his 20 years wearing pinstripes. Besides the five World Series championships Jeter won in his career and the 14 All-Star games, there were many things that separated him from the rest of the league. There are several distinct plays that Jeter made that showed his absolute hustle for the team. It’s been 16 years since one of the most famous plays in his career was made, and Yankee fans haven’t forgotten it one bit. In the 12th inning against the Red Sox, Trot Nixon hit a popup down the left-field line. With two outs and two runners on, the ball would have landed in fair territory and those runs would have scored. Jeter had other plans: Catching the ball in fair territory and unable to stop his momentum, Jeter flies into...
    Derek Jeter on Thursday admitted that losing to the New York Mets in the 2000 World Series would have probably sent him on a one-way ticket out of New York City. The former New York Yankees shortstop told the YES Network for their “Yes We’re Here” series he probably would have moved out of New York City if the team lost in that World Series. MARLINS' DEREK JETER CALLS FOR 'RACIAL HATRED TO END' IN WAKE OF GEORGE FLOYD'S DEATH “I’ve joked about it before, but I really mean it – I moved to Manhattan when I was 21 years old, but if we didn’t win that World Series against the Mets, I think I would’ve moved out of the city,” Jeter said. “In my mind, it was a battle for New York, and we were playing for something pretty special, winning three championships in a row.” MLB PLAYERS REAFFIRM PAY STANCE, NO DEAL WITH TEAMS IN SIGHT In 2000, Jeter hit .339 with a .896 OPS with 15 home runs and 73 RBI and made his third All-Star team....
    Miami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter called for an end to racism and said that no one should be “excused from acts of racial hatred.” Jeter, the former New York Yankees shortstop-turned-MLB executive who wasn’t one to speak his mind as a player, released a statement on the police-involved death of George Floyd one week after the man died while in police custody in Minneapolis. NFL LINEBACKER BRANDON MARSHALL RECALLS PROTESTING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM, UNDERSTANDS VIOLENT PROTESTS “I am deeply saddened by the death of George Floyd and feel the pain and outrage it has caused his family and people throughout the world. This is a narrative that has happened far too often with us as people of color. It is time for racial hatred to end and to be unquestionably recognized and responded to with severe punishment,” he said in a statement posted on Twitter. “It’s encouraging to see people of all colors around the world speaking out and protesting another human tragedy that has too often been the death of a black person. No one should be excused from...
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