Bronx, New York: July 1, 2004. Fine.
8" x 10" color photograph of Yankees shortstop, Derek Jeter, making a head first diving into the stands off the third baseline in a regular season game against the Boston Red Sox. Signed by Jeter in silver sharpie. Beautifully framed with an original ticket from the July 1st game and dirt from the original Yankee Stadium where the game took place. Official MLB and Steiner holograms affixed to the photograph and the dirt container. New York Yankees 14-time All-Star shortstop and captain, Derek Jeter is the Yankees all-time career leader in hits, doubles, games played, plate appearances and at bats. He's a 14-time All-Star, AL Rookie of the Year, winner of 5 Gold Gloves and 5 Silver Slugger Awards, 2 AL Hank Aaaron Awards, a Roberto Clemente Award and the 2000 World Series MVP. Jeter played a critical, clutch role to lead the Yankees to five World Series Championships in his 20-year career with the Yankees from 1995-2014. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020 (first ballot) and most recently is CEO and part owner of the Miami Marlins.