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At some shining point after his stellar 1996 Rookie of the Year Award-winning season, and at some point as he accumulated five World Series championships with the New York Yankees, at some point after he became the all-time hit leader of the Bronx Bombers, it was clear that 3,000 hits was not a matter of could he but when will he reach the milestone.
On a picture-perfect afternoon in Yankee Stadium, before a capacity crowd energized with expectation, the Captain, Mr. November carved his name into the record books. With his usual flair for the dramatic, Jeter stroked hit #3,000 with a solo home run to ignite a wondrous celebration with his teammates and his adoring fans. But the exceptional day went beyond the mile marker of 3K as Jeter ended the affair 5/5--five hits in five at bats, the last producing the game-winning run.
Direct from Major League Baseball, this historic and extraordinary television broadcast includes a career milestone, a salute to achievement spanning three decades, and one unforgettable baseball game.
Bonus features include: Post-Game Interview Footage with Derek Jeter and Jeter s Milestones.
SATURDAY, JULY 9, 2011 * YANKEE STADIUM
A special DVD audio feature allows fans to watch the television broadcast and listen to the radio play-by-play!
love this dvd, really captured the excitement of this historic moment for a diehard fanPublished 12 months ago by slayer61606
I bought this DVD thinking that it was the same one that HBO (Sorry to mention a another DVD). And this was a DVD that brought you very surface view through the Great Derek Jeter's... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Art C
I got this for my dad because he loves the yankees. It came pretty fast in the mail and it is a great dvd.Published on June 27, 2013 by Megan Anna
What a great human, baseball player, role model. The list goes on. A great time in a great baseball player, great Yankees career. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Thomas J. Williams