The toughest part came when he was on second base, when the crowd wouldn't let him go. If they could have, tens of thousands of sweaty fans would have jumped onto the Stadium turf and engulfed Derek Jeter in one giant hug right then and there, and Jeter would have blushed and shrugged and told everyone to stop making such a fuss.
He has 2,000 hits now - 2,001, actually - all of them as a Yankee, all as unique as the man who delivered them." Tweet
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