Derek Jeter played in 14 All-Star Games throughout his Yankees career. Look back at how the Yankees' shortstop performed in the midsummer classic.

July 7, 1998: Jeter's first game

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Jeter replaced starting shortstop Alex Rodriguez in the bottom of the fifth inning. In Jeter’s only at-bat of the night, Roberto Alomar scored on a passed ball before Ugueth Urbina fanned Jeter swinging for the second out of the sixth inning. The American League prevailed, 13-8. Vote total: 1,229,865

July 13, 1999: Part II

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Jeter replaced Nomar Garciaparra at Fenway Park in the fourth inning and struck out to end the bottom half. Omar Vizquel took Jeter’s place at shorstop in the seventh inning and the American League won, 4-1. Vote total: 1,069,528

July 11, 2000: Stealing the show

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In his first All-Star Game start, Jeter doubled in the first inning off Randy Johnson and singled off Kevin Brown in the third. He scored on a walk and in the next inning hit a two-run single to center to give the AL, which won by a score of 6-3, the lead for good. Jeter was replaced in the fifth but earned the All-Star Game MVP award. Later that season, he became the first player in history to win All-Star Game MVP and World Series MVP honors in the same year. Vote total: 1,516,492

July 10, 2001: Only one at-bat necessary

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After taking over for Alex Rodriguez at shortstop, Jeter led off the bottom of the sixth inning by taking Jon Lieber deep and giving the AL a 2-1 lead. It was his only at-bat in the AL's 4-1 victory. Vote total: 1,088,985

July 9, 2002: The draw

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As one of five shortstops on the AL roster, Jeter got just one at-bat in this 11-inning, 7-7 stalemate. The Pirates’ Mike Williams whiffed Jeter, who was pinch-hitting for Derek Lowe, on five pitches in the top of the third. Vote total: 907,719

July 13, 2004: Roger that

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Starting and batting seventh, Jeter lined a single to right field and scored on Alfonso Soriano’s three-run shot as the AL exploded for six runs off the Astros’ Roger Clemens in the top of the first. Jeter added two more base hits, off Randy Johnson and Carl Pavano, before he exited the game in the fifth. The AL triumphed, 9-4. Vote total: 2,052,880

July 11, 2006: AL dominance continues

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Starting in his customary No. 2 spot, Jeter struck out swinging against Brad Penny and Brandon Webb in his first two plate appearances. Facing Rockies reliever Brian Fuentes in the sixth, Jeter grounded out to third and Miguel Tejada took his place in the field. The AL won a tight one, 3-2. Final vote: 2,849,103

July 10, 2007: Away at the Bay

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Following Ichiro Suzuki’s single to start the game, Jeter bounced into a double play against the Padres’ Jake Peavy. He grounded a single up the middle two innings later and flied out to center in the fifth before bowing out of the game. The AL won the midsummer classic again, 5-4, in San Francisco. Vote total: 3,199,571

July 15, 2008: Home sweet home

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Voted to start on the familiar stage of the old Yankee Stadium, Jeter reached on an infield single and then stole second base in the bottom of the first inning. He grounded into a double play in the third and grounded out to pitcher Dan Haren two innings later before being removed in the sixth. The AL fought out a 4-3 win in 15 innings. Vote total: 3,737,437

July 14, 2009: The catalyst

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Reaching base courtesy of a hit by pitch by Tim Lincecum in the first inning, Jeter scored the AL’s first run on an error. He grounded out in the third inning and hit into a fielder’s choice in the fifth, but came around to score on Joe Mauer’s line-drive double to left. With the AL's 4-3 victory, it pushed its unbeaten streak in the midsummer classic to 12 straight games. Vote total: 4,851,889

July 13, 2010: For the Boss

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Just hours after the death of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, Jeter drew a walk in the first inning and struck out looking in the third. He led off the sixth with a single to right off of Roy Halladay and was pulled for pinch-runner Elvis Andrus. The National League snapped its winless drought with a 3-1 victory. Vote total: 4,547,485

July 12, 2011: On the side of caution

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A calf injury sidelined Jeter for 18 games during the first half of 2011. Fans still voted him a starter for the AL, but he opted not to attend the All-Star Game in Arizona due to “emotional and physical exhaustion.” Just a day after announcing this decision, Jeter notched his 3,000th career hit on a 5-for-5 day against Tampa Bay. The National League won the midsummer classic, 5-1. Vote total: 4,536,386

July 10, 2012: Eight straight starts

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The NL knocked Justin Verlander around for five runs in the top of the first inning. Jeter led off the bottom half with an infield single, but the NL retired nine consecutive AL hitters afterwards and Jeter exited in the sixth with the AL down 8-0, and the score stayed that way the rest of the night. Vote total: 6,656,949

2014: The final All-Star Game

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Jeter started at shortstop in his final All-Star Game, which was played at Minnesota's Target Field. He led off the game with a double to right and scored on a triple by Mike Trout on the next at-bat. After an inside-out single in the third inning, Jeter was removed before the top of the fourth inning. Amid fans cheering and Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" playing over the PA system, Jeter hugged his American League teammates in the dugout, then came out for one final curtain call. The AL ended up winning, 5-3. Vote total: 3,928,422

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