Derek Jeter: Mr. November, the longest-serving Yankees captain

Derek Jeter fielding

Table of Contents

PositionShortstop
Active years1992-2014
MLB Teams (years) New York Yankees (1995–2014)
DraftYankees, 1st round (6th), 1992 June
DebutMay 29, 1995 vs. Seattle Mariners
Last gameSeptember 28, 2014 vs. Boston Red Sox
Date of BirthJune 26, 1974
Native placePequannock, NJ
BattedRight
ThrewRight
All-Star× 14 (1998–2002, 2004, 2006–2012, 2014)
World Champions× 5 (1996, 1998–2000, 2009)
AL MVP× 1 (2000)
Shirt retiredYankees No. 2
Hall of Fame year2020 (396/397 BBWAA votes)
MLB Awards5× Gold Glove Award (2004–2006, 2009, 2010)
5× Silver Slugger Award (2006–2009, 2012)
2× AL Hank Aaron Award (2006, 2009)
Roberto Clemente Award (2009)
New York Yankees captain (2003–2014)
Monument Park honoree
LegacyLongest-serving Yankees captain (2003–2014)
Turn 2 Foundation
The Players’ Tribune media platform
Arena Club collecting platform
Owner of teamMiami Marlins (CEO, 2017-2022)
NicknameMr. November, The Captain, Captain Clutch

The Bio

Derek Jeter is a five-time World Series champion with the Yankees. His hitting, base running, fielding, and leadership were key parts of the Yankees’ dynasty in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He has more hits (3,465), doubles (544), games played (2,747), stolen bases (358), times on base (4,716), plate appearances (12,602), and at-bats than anyone else in Yankees history (11,195). A 14-time All-Star, Derek Jeter had five Gold Glove Awards, five Silver Slugger Awards, two Hank Aaron Awards, and a Roberto Clemente Award. Jeter was the Yankees captain from 2003 to 2014.

Derek Jeter was the 28th player in MLB history to get 3,000 hits, and he finished his career with the most hits for any shortstop in MLB history. His postseason exploits are baseball lore. In 2017, the Yankees took away his number 2 from his uniform. He ranks among the most heavily marketed sports personalities.

As a young boy, Derek Jeter went to Tiger Stadium in Detroit with his parents and sister on a Sunday afternoon three days before his 11th birthday in 1985. At the time, he liked the Yankees. Even though he grew up in Michigan, he spent the summers with his mother’s parents in New Jersey. From a young age, he went to games at Yankee Stadium with them. Dave Winfield was his favorite player, and he was able to get his autograph after the game. That night, he told his parents, “One day, you’ll come see me play at Tiger Stadium.” On June 7, 1996, Derek Jeter played his first game at Tiger Stadium. It was his 68th game in the major leagues. His parents were there, as they would be at many other great times in his career, including when he was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020.

In the 1992 MLB draft, the first pick went to the Houston Astros. Hal Newhouser, a Hall of Fame pitcher who worked as a scout for the Astros, gave Derek Jeter a thorough look and pushed for the team to pick him. But the Astros didn’t listen to him because they were afraid that Jeter would want a salary bonus of at least $1 million. The Yankees, who picked sixth, also thought a lot of Jeter. Dick Groch, a Yankees scout who was sent to the Midwest to look for players, saw Derek Jeter at an all-star camp at Western Michigan University. Officials with the Yankees were worried that Jeter would go to college instead of signing a professional contract, but Groch persuaded them to pick him by saying, “Derek Jeter is only going to Cooperstown.”

After a good 1993 season, Baseball America ranked Derek Jeter as the 16th-best baseball prospect. Baseball America named him the fourth-best prospect in baseball before the 1995 season, and the Yankees expected him to start at shortstop. Tony Fernández and Pat Kelly both got hurt early in the 1995 season. So, Jeter’s first game in the MLB was on May 29, 1995. He was given uniform number 2, which Mike Gallego last wore from 1992 to 1994. As the ninth batter, he didn’t get a hit in five at-bats and struck out once. The next day, Derek Jeter got his first two hits in the big leagues and scored his first two runs. When he stepped up to the plate at Yankee Stadium for the first time on June 2, 1995, he heard the familiar words, “Batting for the Yankees, Number 2, Derek Jeter, Number 2.”

In 1995, Fernández only hit .245 and played in only 108 games because of injuries. For the 1996 season, the Yankees’ new manager, Joe Torre, turned to Derek Jeter. Baseball America ranked Jeter as the sixth-best prospect in baseball before the 1996 season. On Opening Day, he hit his first home run in the MLB. Jeter’s speed and ability to hit and run made him a good match for Tim Raines, who batted first, when he was in the ninth spot in the batting order. By the end of the year, Derek Jeter had hit way better than anyone expected, including Torre. He hit 10 home runs and drove in 104 runs. He had 78 RBIs and got all 28 first-place votes and was chosen as the AL Rookie of the Year. This is only the fifth time in the 50-year history of the award that no one else was chosen.

The Yankees made it to the playoffs in 1996, and Torre put Jeter at the top of the order because he had done so well all year. In Game 1 of the 1996 American League Championship Series (ALCS), the Yankees were behind the Baltimore Orioles 4–3 in the eighth inning when Derek Jeter hit a fly ball to right field that was caught by a 12-year-old fan and called a home run by the umpires. Overall, Jeter hit .361 in the playoffs of 1996. He helped lead the Yankees’ offense as they beat the Atlanta Braves in the World Series to win their first title since 1978.

In 1997, Derek Jeter took over as the first batter for the Yankees. He was chosen for his first All-Star Game in 1998. During the regular season, he hit .324, scored 127 runs, hit 19 home runs, and drove in 84 runs for a team that won 114 games and is widely considered to be one of the best of all time. He hit .353 in the World Series, which helped the Yankees beat the San Diego Padres. In the voting for the AL Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award, Jeter came in third. In 1999, Jeter had 219 hits, which was the most in the AL. He also had a batting average of .349 and scored 134 runs, which put him in the All-Star game for the second time.

In 2000, Jeter hit .339, which was the best on his team. He also hit 15 home runs, drove in 73 runs, scored 119 runs, and stole 22 bases. In the MLB All-Star Game in 2000, he had three hits, one of which was a single that scored two runs and gave his team the lead and the win. He was the first Yankee to win the Most Valuable Player award at the All-Star Game. During the World Series, he hit.409 with two home runs, a triple, and two doubles. He played against the New York Mets. The Yankees beat the Mets in five games to win their third straight championship. It was the fourth title for Derek Jeter since playing five full seasons in New York. He became the first MLB player to be named the MVP in both the All-Star game and the World Series.

In the 2001 World Series Game 4, Derek Jeter hit a fantastic shot to the opposite field to win the game. It is counted among the top nine postseason wins ever in Yankees history.

After eight seasons without a captain, Steinbrenner made Jeter the Yankees’ captain on June 3, 2003. During the 12th inning of a game against the Boston Red Sox, on July 1, 2004, Jeter ran from his shortstop spot and caught the ball over his shoulder. He jumped over the fence on the third-base side and two rows of seats, cutting his chin and bumping his face. In the bottom of the 13th inning, the Yankees won the game. In the This Year in Baseball Awards competition, fans at MLB.com chose this as the best play of the year. Derek Jeter got his first Gold Glove Award at the end of the 2004 season. His diving catch on July 1 was given as a reason for the award.

A lot of people thought that Derek Jeter would win the AL MVP Award for 2006. In a close vote, Justin Morneau of the Twins beat out Jeter for second place. It was his sixth time in 11 full seasons up to 2006 to finish in the top 10 of the MVP voting. He didn’t win the MVP Award, but he did win the Hank Aaron Award, which is given to the best offensive player. He also won his third Gold Glove Award in a row.

Derek Jeter tied Lou Gehrig’s record of 1,269 hits at Yankee Stadium on September 14, 2008, when he hit a home run off Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price. On September 16, he beat Chicago White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd to break the record. In the second half of the 2009 season, Jeter reached two important hit milestones. On August 16, 2009, against the Seattle Mariners, Derek Jeter hit a double down the right-field line for his 2,675th hit as a shortstop. This broke Luis Aparicio’s record for most hits in the major leagues. Then, on September 11, 2009, Jeter passed Lou Gehrig to become the Yankees player with the most hits of all time with 2,722. Chris Tillman, a pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles, gave up a single in the third inning.

During the 2009 postseason, Derek Jeter hit .355, including.407 in the 2009 World Series, when he won his fifth World Series championship. Sports Illustrated named him Sportsman of the Year for 2009, and he won the Roberto Clemente Award, the Hank Aaron Award, the Gold Glove Award, and the Silver Slugger Award while coming third for AL MVP. On July 9, 2011, David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays gave Jeter his 3,000th career hit, a home run. On August 29, 2011, Jeter played his 2,402nd game with the Yankees, breaking Mickey Mantle’s record for most games played as a Yankee.

He finished the 2011 season with 162 hits. This was his 16th straight season with 150 hits, tying him with Pete Rose for the second-most consecutive 150-hit seasons. Derek Jeter finished 2012 with the most hits in MLB (216). On February 12, 2014, Jeter posted on Facebook that the 2014 season would be his last. On September 7, Jeter was honored by the Yankees with a tribute before the game. Starting with that day’s game, the Yankees honored Jeter by putting a patch on their hats and uniforms. In the final week of Jeter’s career, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig gave him the 15th Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award for being “one of the most accomplished shortstops of all time.”

On the secondary market, the average price of a ticket for Derek Jeter’s last home game, which was on September 25, reached $830. In his last game at Yankee Stadium, against Orioles pitcher Evan Meek, Jeter hit a walk-off single to win the game 6–5.

People say that Derek Jeter is one of the most reliable baseball players ever. In his career, he had an average of 162 games with 204 hits, 113 runs scored, and 21 stolen bases. Right now, he is sixth on the list of all-time hits in MLB.

Derek Jeter is known for how well he plays in the postseason. Because of this, people have called him “Captain Clutch” and “Mr. November.” He hit .309 in the postseason over the course of his career and .321 in the World Series. Except for 2008, 2013, and 2014, the Yankees made the playoffs every year that Derek Jeter played in the major leagues. He has the most plate appearances (734), at-bats (650), hits (200), singles (143), doubles (32), triples (5), runs scored (111), total bases (302), and strikeouts in the MLB postseason (135). Jeter is also fourth in home runs (20) and runs batted in (61), fifth in bases on balls (66), and sixth in stolen bases (18).

In August of 2017, Derek Jeter and Bruce Sherman finished a deal to buy the Miami Marlins. The sale went through in September 2017 and Jeter became the team’s chief executive officer (CEO), and Sherman, the team’s controlling owner, gave him the job of running the day-to-day business of the team.

Derek Jeter said on February 28, 2022, that he would no longer be CEO of the Marlins or own any shares in the team.

In 1996, Derek Jeter set up a charity group called the Turn 2 Foundation. It was set up to help kids and teens avoid getting hooked on drugs and alcohol and to reward those who do well in school.

Derek Jeter played for the New York Yankees for all 20 years of his Major League Baseball (MLB) career. In 2020, his first year of eligibility, he was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He got 396 out of 397 possible votes (99.75%), which is the second-highest percentage in MLB history (after teammate Mariano Rivera) and the highest percentage for a position player.

ESPN aired a documentary entitled “The Captain” on July 18, 2022. It depicted the life and achievements of Derek Jeter. He ranks among the top 10 greatest Yankees hitters of all time.

Derek Jeter’s Greatest Moments

  • 1994 The Sporting News & Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year, Tampa Yankees, Florida State League, Albany-Colonie Yankees, Eastern League & Columbus Clippers, International League
  • 1994 MVP Florida State League Tampa Yankees
  • 1996 AL Rookie of the Year Award
  • 1996 Topps All-Star Rookie Team
  • 14-time AL All-Star (1998-2002, 2004, 2006-2012, and 2014)
  • 2000 All-Star Game MVP
  • 2000 World Series MVP
  • 5-time AL Gold Glove Winner (2004-2006, 2009, and 2010)
  • 5-time AL Silver Slugger Award Winner (2006-2009, and 2012)
  • AL At-Bats Leader in 2012
  • AL Runs Scored Leader in 1998
  • 2-time AL Hits Leader (1999 and 2012)
  • 3-time AL Singles Leader in 1997, 1998, and 2012
  • 20-Home Run Seasons in 1999, 2001, and 2004
  • 100 RBI Seasons in 1999
  • 100 Runs Scored Seasons: 13 times (1996-2002, 2004-2007, 2009, and 2010)
  • 200 Hits Seasons: 8 (1998-2000, 2005-2007, 2009, and 2012)
  • Won five World Series with the New York Yankees (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2009)

FAQs about Derek Jeter

How long did Derek Jeter play?

20-year

How much is a Derek Jeter baseball card worth?

$100,000

How much is a Derek Jeter signed baseball worth?

A Derek Jeter single signed baseball is worth about $200.

What age did Derek Jeter retire?

39

What baseball team does Derek Jeter own?

Miami Marlins from 2017 September to 2022 February.

What glove did Derek Jeter use?

Rawlings PRODJ2

What size glove does Derek Jeter use?

11.5″

What year was Derek Jeter rookie?

1992

When did Derek Jeter get drafted?

1992

When is Derek Jeter day?

September 9, 2022

Who did Derek Jeter date?

Mariah Carey, Minka Kelly, Hannah Davis

Who didn’t vote Derek Jeter into the hall of fame?

He got 396 out of 397 votes and only one baseball writer did not vote for him. He

Who is Derek Jeter married to now?

Hannah Jeter

Why did Derek Jeter leave marlins?

He felt that the franchise had a different vision for the future than the one he had planned.

Why is Derek Jeter not in MLB the Show?

We don’t yet know why San Diego Studio hasn’t added Derek Jeter among those 150 baseball legends they featured in MLB The Show 22. They probably have some other planning- maybe they will add him later at some point or add him in their next installment, which will be released in 2023.

How tall is Derek Jeter?

1.9 m

Why is Derek Jeter nicknamed Mr. November?

Game 4 of the 2001 World Series started on the late night of October 31, but when Jeter hit the home run, the calendar had already changed. He hit the game-winning home run in the early hours of November 1st. After this memorable night, fans named him Mr. November.

What is Derek Jeter doing in retirement?

Traveling and Golfing

How did Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis meet?

In 2012 Derek and Hannah meet through mutual friends.

What is Derek Jeter’s net worth?

About $200 Million

When does Derek Jeter get inducted into the HoF?

September 8, 2021

How much money has Derek Jeter made in his career?

Around $265 million

When did Derek Jeter retire?

2014

Who is Derek Jeter named after?

Jeter was named after Derek Sanderson, a legendary hockey player of the New York Rangers. Sanderson signed a deal with the Philadelphia Blazers of the newly founded World Hockey Association after the 1972 season.

How many kids does Derek Jeter have?

3

Where did Derek Jeter grow up?

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Where does Derek Jeter live?

In 2017, Derek Jeter moved into a 19th-floor apartment in the newly built Grove Grand Bay building in Miami, Florida. The building boasts fantastic views of the city, with downtown Miami on one side and Dinner Key on the other. But his main home is in Tampa.

How many world series does Derek Jeter have?

5

How many years did Derek Jeter play?

20-year

When did Derek Jeter start playing major league baseball?

May 29, 1995

How many home runs did Derek Jeter hit?

260

How many hits does Derek Jeter have in his career?

3,465

How many games did Derek Jeter play?

2,747

How many seasons did Derek Jeter play?

20 seasons

What years did Derek Jeter win the world series?

World Series champion (1996, 1998–2000, 2009)

How many career errors did Derek Jeter have?

254 errors

The Stats

SUMMARYWARABHHRBARRBISBOBPSLGOPSOPS+
Career71.3111953465260.31019231311358.377.440.817115

Derek Jeter’s Standard Batting record

YearGPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSOPS+TBGDPHBPSHSFIBBPos
19951551485124107003110.250.2940.3750.6697418000006
19961576545821041832561078147481020.3140.370.430.8101250139691*6
199715974865411619031710702312741250.2910.370.4050.7751032651410820*6
19981496946261272032581984306571190.3240.3840.4810.864127301135331*6/H
199915873962713421937924102198911160.3490.4380.5520.9891533461212365*6
2000148679593119201314157322468990.3390.4160.4810.8961282851412334*6
2001150686614110191353217427356990.3110.3770.480.8581242951310513*6
20021577306441241912601875323731140.2970.3730.4210.794111271147332*6/D
200311954248287156253105211543880.3240.3930.450.8441252171013312*6/H
2004154721643111188441237823446990.2920.3520.4710.82311430319141621*6
20051597526541222022551970145771170.3090.3890.450.8391252941511733*6/DH
20061547156231182143931497345691020.3430.4170.4830.91323011312744*6/D
20071567146391022063941273158561000.3220.3880.4520.841212892114323*6/H
200815066859688179253116911552850.30.3630.4080.771102243249740*6/D
2009153716634107212271186630572900.3340.4060.4650.871125295185414*6/DH
20101577396631111793031067185631060.270.340.370.7190245229134*6/DH
20111316075468416224466116646810.2970.3550.3880.743100212106450*6D
20121597406839921632015589445900.3160.3620.4290.791114293245611*6D
20131773638121017008100.190.2880.2540.5425216310116/D
20141456345814714919145010235870.2560.3040.3130.61776182156840*6D/H
20 Yrs274712602111951923346554466260131135897108218400.310.3770.440.8171154921287170975839
162 Game Avg.1627436601132043241577216641090.310.3770.440.8171152901710632
GPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSOPS+TBGDPHBPSHSFIBBPos

Derek Jeter’s Postseason Batting

YearGPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSTBGDPHBPSHSFIBBWPAcWPA
19964171727100100020.4120.4120.4710.8828000000.070.70%
199652424510201120050.4170.4170.6251.04215000000.274.10%
19966262055000110460.250.40.250.65511100-0.12-6.30%
19975242167102210350.3330.4170.6671.08314000000.372.70%
1998312901000000220.1110.2730.1110.384100100-0.11-0.80%
19986292535110230250.20.2590.320.579810200-0.05-1.90%
19984201746000100330.3530.450.3530.803610000-0.13-4.30%
19993131135110000230.4550.5380.7271.2668000000.010.10%
19995222037101300230.350.4090.550.95911000000.161.90%
19994181746100131130.3530.3890.4120.8017000000.246.30%
20005221914000201230.2110.3180.2110.529401000-0.08-0.10%
20006282267002510670.3180.4640.5911.05513000000.316.70%
2000 MVP5252269212200380.4090.480.8641.34419000000.248.10%
20015211828100101100.4440.4760.50.976901010-0.021.00%
20015211702000200220.1180.20.1180.318200110-0.29-4.80%
20017282734001100060.1480.1790.2590.4387010000.070.00%
20024191668002300230.50.5260.8751.40114000100.181.40%
20034181426001110420.4290.5560.6431.1989000010.171.60%
20037323037201210240.2330.2810.40.6811200000-0.06-4.20%
20036282659300200170.3460.3930.4620.85412210000-1.70%
20044211936101410140.3160.350.5260.8761010100-0.12-0.80%
20047383056100510620.20.3330.2330.567700200-0.11-0.30%
20055232147002510150.3330.3480.6190.96713000100.063.20%
20064171648401101120.50.5290.9381.46715100000.01-0.30%
20074171703000100040.1760.1760.1760.353330000-0.39-3.10%
20093131044201200300.40.5380.91.4389000010.212.20%
20096332757002301650.2590.3940.4810.8751310001-0.2-2.50%
200962827511300100160.4070.4290.5190.9471410000-0.052.50%
20103141404000110030.2860.2860.2860.5714000000.010.10%
20106282626310100270.2310.2860.4230.7091110000-0.15-2.70%
20115252466100210180.250.280.2920.572710000-0.41-5.70%
20125242248110200180.3640.3910.50.89111001000.050.80%
201216501000000120.20.3330.20.533100000-0.17-2.60%
16 Yrs (33 Series)1587346501112003252061185661350.3080.3740.4650.8383021459430.011.40%
GPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSTBGDPHBPSHSFIBBWPAcWPA
16 ALDS66300268479213210286324540.3430.3970.5190.916139623320.033.00%
10 ALCS5426122632581027248129420.2570.340.4120.7519330511-0.28-6.10%
7 WS38173156325091394113390.3210.3840.4490.83270531000.264.60%

Derek Jeter’s Career Graph

Hall of FameAll-Star GamesAwardsMVP (rank, share)
2020 BBWAA (99.7%) Selected to HOF in 2020 by BBWAA1998 *
1999 *
2000 (SS)
2001 *
2002 *
2004 (SS)
2006 (SS)
2007 (SS)
2008 (SS)
2009 (SS)
2010 (SS)
2011
2012 (SS)
2014 (SS)
1996 AL Rookie of the Year
2000 AS MVP
2000 AL Babe Ruth Award
2000 WS MVP
2006 AL Hank Aaron Award
2009 AL Hank Aaron Award
2009 Roberto Clemente Award
2010 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
11th Greatest World Leader
1997 AL (24, 1%)
1998 AL (3, 46%)
1999 AL (6, 45%)
2000 AL (10, 11%)
2001 AL (10, 11%)
2003 AL (21, 3%)
2004 AL (13, 3%)
2005 AL (10, 6%)
2006 AL (2, 78%)
2007 AL (11, 4%)
2009 AL (3, 49%)
2012 AL (7, 20%)
2.77 Career Shares (47th)
Gold GlovesSilver SluggersMonthly AwardsWeekly Awards
2004 AL (SS)
2005 AL (SS)
2006 AL (SS)
2009 AL (SS)
2010 AL (SS)
All multiple winners
2006 AL (SS)
2007 AL (SS)
2008 AL (SS)
2009 AL (SS)
2012 AL (SS)
All multiple winners
1998 August AL Player of the Month2001 Aug 5th AL Player of the Week
2004 Sep 12th AL Player of the Week
2011 Jul 10th AL Player of the Week
Wins Above ReplacementWAR Position PlayersOffensive WARBatting Average
1998 AL  7.5 (3rd)
1999 AL  8.0 (2nd)
2006 AL  5.6 (9th)
2009 AL  6.6 (8th)
Career  71.3 (95th)
1998 AL  7.5 (2nd)
1999 AL  8.0 (1st)
2006 AL  5.6 (7th)
2009 AL  6.6 (6th)
Career  71.3 (61st)
1997 AL  5.2 (10th)
1998 AL  7.3 (3rd)
1999 AL  9.1 (1st)
2000 AL  6.6 (4th)
2001 AL  6.8 (5th)
2002 AL  5.5 (9th)
2004 AL  5.4 (8th)
2005 AL  6.5 (2nd)
2006 AL  7.1 (1st)
2007 AL  6.3 (6th)
2009 AL  6.3 (2nd)
Career  96.3 (20th)
1998 AL  .324 (5th)
1999 AL  .349 (2nd)
2000 AL  .339 (5th)
2001 AL  .311 (9th)
2003 AL  .324 (3rd)
2005 AL  .309 (6th)
2006 AL  .343 (2nd)
2007 AL  .322 (9th)
2009 AL  .334 (3rd)
2012 AL  .316 (5th)
Career  .310 (116th)
On-Base%On-Base Plus SluggingGames PlayedAt Bats
1999 AL  .438 (3rd)
2000 AL  .416 (9th)
2003 AL  .393 (10th)
2005 AL  .389 (6th)
2006 AL  .417 (4th)
2009 AL  .406 (3rd)
Career  .377 (202nd)
1999 AL  .989 (5th)1997 AL  159 (4th)
1999 AL  158 (8th)
2002 AL  157 (9th)
2005 AL  159 (10th)
2012 AL  159 (10th)
Career  2,747 (29th)
1997 AL  654 (3rd)
1998 AL  626 (6th)
1999 AL  627 (6th)
2002 AL  644 (4th)
2004 AL  643 (4th)
2005 AL  654 (3rd)
2006 AL  623 (9th)
2007 AL  639 (4th)
2009 AL  634 (6th)
2010 AL  663 (2nd)
2012 AL  683 (1st)
Career  11,195 (8th)
Plate AppearancesRuns ScoredHitsTotal Bases
1997 AL  748 (1st)
1999 AL  739 (1st)
2002 AL  730 (2nd)
2004 AL  721 (5th)
2005 AL  752 (1st)
2006 AL  715 (5th)
2007 AL  714 (4th)
2009 AL  716 (4th)
2010 AL  739 (1st)
2012 AL  740 (1st)
Career  12,602 (11th)
1997 AL  116 (4th)
1998 AL  127 (1st)
1999 AL  134 (2nd)
2000 AL  119 (6th)
2001 AL  110 (5th)
2002 AL  124 (3rd)
2004 AL  111 (6th)
2005 AL  122 (2nd)
2006 AL  118 (2nd)
2009 AL  107 (4th)
2010 AL  111 (2nd)
2012 AL  99 (9th)
Career  1,923 (11th)
1997 AL  190 (3rd)
1998 AL  203 (3rd)
1999 AL  219 (1st)
2000 AL  201 (4th)
2001 AL  191 (7th)
2002 AL  191 (7th)
2004 AL  188 (7th)
2005 AL  202 (3rd)
2006 AL  214 (3rd)
2007 AL  206 (3rd)
2009 AL  212 (2nd)
2012 AL  216 (1st)
Career  3,465 (6th)
1999 AL  346 (4th)
Career  4,921 (24th)
DoublesTriplesBases on BallsStrikeouts
2004 AL  44 (4th)
Career  544 (35th)
1997 AL  7 (5th)
1998 AL  8 (4th)
1999 AL  9 (2nd)
2005 AL  77 (9th)
Career  1,082 (90th)
1997 AL  125 (10th)
Career  1,840 (20th)
Stolen BasesSinglesAdjusted OPS+Runs Created
1997 AL  23 (9th)
2002 AL  32 (3rd)
2004 AL  23 (6th)
2006 AL  34 (7th)
2009 AL  30 (8th)
Career  358 (105th)
1996 AL  142 (4th)
1997 AL  142 (1st)
1998 AL  151 (1st)
1999 AL  149 (2nd)
2000 AL  151 (2nd)
2001 AL  132 (4th)
2002 AL  147 (2nd)
2005 AL  153 (2nd)
2006 AL  158 (2nd)
2007 AL  151 (4th)
2008 AL  140 (3rd)
2009 AL  166 (2nd)
2010 AL  136 (4th)
2011 AL  128 (10th)
2012 AL  169 (1st)
2014 AL  125 (9th)
Career  2,595 (5th)
1999 AL  153 (4th)1999 AL  158 (1st)
2005 AL  118 (8th)
2006 AL  133 (4th)
2009 AL  123 (4th)
Career  1,910 (29th)
Adj. Batting RunsAdj. Batting WinsExtra Base HitsTimes On Base
1999 AL  55 (2nd)
2006 AL  33 (10th)
Career  266 (179th)
1999 AL  4.9 (2nd)
2006 AL  3.0 (10th)
Career  24.2 (214th)
1999 AL  70 (10th)
2004 AL  68 (8th)
Career  870 (79th)
1997 AL  274 (5th)
1998 AL  265 (9th)
1999 AL  322 (1st)
2000 AL  281 (7th)
2002 AL  271 (6th)
2005 AL  290 (2nd)
2006 AL  295 (1st)
2007 AL  276 (6th)
2009 AL  289 (1st)
2010 AL  251 (10th)
2012 AL  266 (3rd)
Career  4,717 (13th)
Offensive Win %Hit By PitchSacrifice HitsSacrifice Flies
1999 AL  .742 (5th)
2006 AL  .691 (7th)
1996 AL  9 (10th)
1997 AL  10 (9th)
1999 AL  12 (8th)
2000 AL  12 (5th)
2004 AL  14 (4th)
2006 AL  12 (6th)
2007 AL  14 (7th)
Career  170 (18th)
1997 AL  8 (10th)
2004 AL  16 (2nd)
2014 AL  8 (7th)
1996 AL  9 (8th)
Double Plays Grounded IntoCaught StealingSB %Power-Speed #
2004 AL  19 (9th)
2007 AL  21 (7th)
2008 AL  24 (4th)
2010 AL  22 (5th)
2012 AL  24 (4th)
Career  287 (14th)
1997 AL  12 (7th)
2007 AL  8 (7th)
Career  97 (144th)
1998 AL  83.33 (5th)
2000 AL  84.62 (3rd)
2001 AL  90.00 (2nd)
2002 AL  91.43 (1st)
2004 AL  85.19 (7th)
2006 AL  87.18 (3rd)
2009 AL  85.71 (5th)
Career  78.68 (91st)
1998 AL  23.3 (6th)
2001 AL  23.6 (10th)
2002 AL  23.0 (5th)
2004 AL  23.0 (2nd)
2006 AL  19.8 (8th)
2009 AL  22.5 (5th)
Career  301.2 (25th)
Outs MadeBase-Out Runs Added (RE24)Win Probability Added (WPA)Situ. Wins Added (WPA/LI)
1997 AL  500 (4th)
2002 AL  476 (6th)
2004 AL  496 (2nd)
2005 AL  482 (7th)
2007 AL  467 (7th)
2010 AL  515 (1st)
2012 AL  502 (3rd)
Career  8,269 (14th)
1998 AL  48.59 (2nd)
1999 AL  58.94 (3rd)
2006 AL  54.04 (3rd)
Career  387.09 (100th)
1998 AL  4.3 (4th)
1999 AL  6.2 (1st)
2006 AL  6.0 (2nd)
Career  30.9 (128th)
1998 AL  4.5 (4th)
1999 AL  5.3 (2nd)
2006 AL  3.8 (6th)
2007 AL  2.8 (9th)
Career  33.6 (105th)
Championship WPA (cWPA)Base-Out Wins Added (REW)AssistsErrors Committed
1999 AL  4.3 (1st)
2005 AL  2.6 (10th)
2006 AL  4.4 (3rd)
1998 AL  4.5 (2nd)
1999 AL  5.3 (3rd)
2006 AL  4.9 (3rd)
Career  35.5 (115th)
1997 AL  457 (1st)
2005 AL  454 (2nd)
Career  6,605 (24th)
1996 AL  22 (2nd)
2000 AL  24 (5th)
Def. Games as SSPutouts as SSAssists as SSErrors Committed as SS
1996 AL  157 (2nd)
1997 AL  159 (1st)
1999 AL  158 (3rd)
2000 AL  148 (5th)
2001 AL  150 (5th)
2002 AL  156 (3rd)
2004 AL  154 (3rd)
2005 AL  157 (3rd)
2006 AL  150 (4th)
2007 AL  155 (1st)
2008 AL  148 (4th)
2009 AL  150 (2nd)
2010 AL  151 (3rd)
Career  2,674 (2nd)
1996 AL  244 (5th)
1997 AL  244 (3rd)
1999 AL  230 (5th)
2000 AL  237 (3rd)
2001 AL  212 (5th)
2004 AL  273 (1st)
2005 AL  262 (2nd)
2008 AL  220 (3rd)
Career  3,820 (17th)
1997 AL  457 (1st)
2005 AL  454 (2nd)
Career  6,605 (10th)
1996 AL  22 (2nd)
2000 AL  24 (2nd)
2001 AL  15 (5th)
Career  254 (99th)
Double Plays Turned as SSTotal Zone Runs as SS (s.1953)Range Factor/9Inn as SSRange Factor/Game as SS
2004 AL  96 (5th)
2005 AL  96 (5th)
2007 AL  104 (4th)
2010 AL  94 (3rd)
Career  1,408 (6th)
2004 AL  5 (4th)2005 AL  4.76 (2nd)2005 AL  4.56 (4th)
Fielding % as SSSalaryOldestYoungest
1998 AL  .986 (3rd)
1999 AL  .978 (4th)
2004 AL  .981 (4th)
2005 AL  .979 (2nd)
2006 AL  .975 (5th)
2008 AL  .979 (2nd)
2009 AL  .986 (1st)
2010 AL  .989 (1st)
Career  .976 (45th)
2000 AL  $10,000,000 (6th)
2001 AL  $12,600,000 (6th)
2002 AL  $14,600,000 (4th)
2003 AL  $15,600,000 (4th)
2004 AL  $18,600,000 (4th)
2005 AL  $19,600,000 (3rd)
2006 AL  $20,600,000 (2nd)
2007 AL  $21,600,000 (3rd)
2008 AL  $21,600,000 (3rd)
2009 AL  $21,600,000 (2nd) 2010 AL 
$22,600,000 (3rd)
2014 AL  born 1974-06-26 (4th)1995 AL  born 1974-06-26 (3rd)
1996 AL  born 1974-06-26 (8th)

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