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Fittingly, in his last at-bat of his Hall of Fame career, Derek Jeter got a hit in the top of the third inning at Fenway Park against the Red Sox on September 28, 2014. With Jeter standing on first base, manager Joe Girardi signaled to Jeter if he was “done”. Jeter gave a nod and Girardi sent out pinch runner Brian McCann and just like that, a Hall of Fame career was over. The Fenway crowd was already on its feet for Jeter’s at-bats and when he jogged back to the third base dugout, Jeter received a much-deserved standing ovation from the rival Red Sox fans as the game was delayed a few minutes for Jeter to tip his cap and acknowledge one of the best careers in a Yankee uniform.

This offered baseball, an Official Major League Allan H. Selig ball, was used during Jeter’s final game in the Majors on the September 28, 2014 day in Boston. This ball displays excellent game use, with rub-down stains and other abrasions. Jeter has signed this ball in blue pen across the sweet spot and inscribed “3465” his final hit total of his legendary career. This ball comes with a special display case with a mirrored bottom and wood outside base. Shaped in a pentagon, the display features two images of Jeter on the left and right 45-degree angled walls with the center wall having a “DEREK JETER NEW YORK YANKEES” and his number “2” with a pinstriped background in the center. This ball comes with an MLB Authenticated hologram (HZ518229) authenticating that this ball was used during the September 28, 2014 game and a COA from Steiner Sports for Jeter’s signature.

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