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Derek Jeter will soon have a lot more time on his hands to sleep with really gorgeous women:

The iconic Yankees shortstop has announced that 2014 will be his final season.

Derek Jeter Photograph

Jeter has a lifetime batting average of .312 and has collected 3,316 career hits.

He seemed poised to challenge Pete Rose's record for most hits in a career until he broke his ankle in the 2012 American League Championship, missing nearly all of last season as a result.

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by Hilton Hater at

The Captain is coming back, Yankee fans.

With his team struggling to score runs and standing at just 48-42, Derek Jeter has been cleared to return from a broken ankle today.

He will be in the lineup for New York when it concludes a four-game set against the Kansas City Royals.

Derek Jeter Close Up

"We looked at the weather patterns and I just decided to make the move for today," General Manager Brian Cashman told ESPN. "Derek was scheduled to DH in Scranton, so I figured, he could DH and sit around in the rain in Scranton, or he can DH and sit around in the rain in the Bronx. We chose the Bronx."

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by Hilton Hater at

Derek Jeter, the captain and starting shortstop for the New York Yankees, fractured his ankle in the 12th inning of the American League Championship Series opener this evening and will miss the remainder of the postseason.

Which, at this rate, will last approximately three more games for the Yankees.

Sportsman of the Year

Following a record-setting, game-tying home run by Raul Ibanez in the bottom of the ninth, the Yankees offense once again sputtered and couldn't push anyone across the plate over the next three innings.

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