Photos of Derek Jeter's most memorable moments with the Yankees through the years.

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Derek Jeter high-fives Alex Rodriguez after Jeter broke the all-time Yankees hits record against the Baltimore Orioles. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Derek Jeter tips his helmet to the fans in the third inning after setting a new Yankees team record for most hits, passing Lou Gehrig. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Derek Jeter gets a hug from Alex Rodriguez after breaking Lou Gehrig's record for all-time hits by a Yankee. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Derek Jeter tips his helmet to the fans in the third inning after setting a new Yankees record for most hits. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Fans celebrate after Derek Jeter set a new team record for hits. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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A photo from section 409 at Yankee Stadium shortly after Derek Jeter broke the Yankees' all-time hits record. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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A photo of the stands shortly after Derek Jeter broke the Yankees' all-time hits record. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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A photo taken from Section 409 at Yankee Stadium shortly after Derek Jeter broke the Yankees' all-time hits record. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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New York Yankees' Derek Jeter (2) singles in the third inning to pass Lou Gehrig with 2,722 career hits to become the Yankees all-time hit leader at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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The Yankees' Derek Jeter waves to the crowd after hitting a single to break Lou Gehrig's all-time Yankees hit record during the third inning Friday night. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Derek Jeter singles in the third inning to set a new Yankee team record for most hits. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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The Yankees' Derek Jeter singles in the third inning Friday to pass Lou Gehrig and break the Yankees' all-time hit record. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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The Yankees' Derek Jeter singles in the third inning to pass Lou Gehrig with 2,722 career hits to become the Yankees all-time hit leader.

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Derek Jeter tips his helmet to the fans in the third inning after setting a new Yankees team record for most hits, passing Lou Gehrig. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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Derek Jeter's teammates embrace him after he broke Lou Gehrig's team record for most hits. (Sept. 11, 2009)

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New York Yankees' Derek Jeter follows through on a single during the third inning of a baseball game Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, in New York. Jeter passed Lou Gehrig's all-time Yankees hit record.

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Poster of Lou Gehrig and Derek Jeter, available in the Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009, edition of Newsday.

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A fan holds a sign celebrating Derek Jeter's historic night. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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New York Yankees' Derek Jeter tips his cap after hitting a single during the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009, at Yankee Stadium in New York. The hit tied Jeter with Lou Gehrig for most hits by a Yankee.

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The Yankee Stadium video screen honors Derek Jeter after he got his 2721st hit to tie Lou Gehrig on the Yankees career hits list. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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Derek Jeter waves to the crowd after tying Lou Gehrig for most hits by a Yankee. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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The Yankee Stadium video screen honors Derek Jeter, who tied Lou Gehrig's Yankees career record for hits on Wednesday night against Tampa Bay. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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Derek Jeter, No. 2, of the New York Yankees acknowledges the crowd after hitting a single in the 7th inning against the Tampa Bay Rays during the game on Sept. 9, 2009, at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Jeter's hit ties Lou Gehrig's all-time club record of 2,721 hits.

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In the N.Y. Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium, Derek Jeter doubles in the 5th inning. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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N.Y. Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium: Derek Jeter doubles in the 5th inning. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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N.Y. Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium: Derek Jeter runs to first base in the 7th inning. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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N.Y. Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium: Derek Jeter runs to first base in the 7th inning. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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N.Y. Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium: Derek Jeter runs to first base in the 7th inning. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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Derek Jeter, No. 2, of the New York Yankees has tied Lou Gehrig's record of most hits by a Yankee. (Sept. 9, 2009)

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Derek Jeter, center, and the Yankees wave to fans after the final game at Yankee Stadium. (Sept. 21, 2008)

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Derek Jeter leaps into the stands late in the game to catch a foul ball in a regular-season game against the Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. Jeter emerged from the stands bloodied and bruised and the Yankees won, 5-4, in 13 innings. (July 1, 2004)

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Surprise guests David Wells, left, and David Cone, right, play flirty fans during a skit on Saturday Night Live. Jeter hosted the show and played Alfonso Soriano's wife in the skit. (Dec. 1, 2001)

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An exuberant fan reacts after Yankees Derek Jeter hits the game-winning home run in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the 2001 World Series. Jeter's heroics occurred minutes after midnight, giving him the name, 'Mr. November.' (Nov. 1, 2001)

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Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter catches a foul ball hit by Oakland Athletics' Terrence Long in the eighth inning of Game 5 of the 2001 ALDS. The Yankees went on to win 5-3 and win the series after being down 0-2. (Oct. 15, 2001)

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Oakland's Jeremy Giambi, center, is tagged out at home by Yankees catcher Jorge Posada, right, during the seventh inning og Game 3 of the 2001 ALDS. Derek Jeter made it all possible after he left his position to field the ball up the first-base line and flipped it to home to preserve the Yankees' 1-0 lead. (Oct. 13, 2001)

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Yankees third base coach Willie Randolph high-fives Derek Jeter after he tied the game, 2-2, with a sixth-inning homer in Game 5 of the 2000 World Series. The Yankees went on to win the game and their fourth title in five years. (Oct. 26, 2000)

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Derek Jeter, left, is congratulated by teammate David Justice after hitting a solo home run to lead off Game 4 of the 2000 World Series. After the Mets won Game 3 to narrow the Yankees' series lead to 2-1, Jeter immediately swung the momentum back in the Yankees' favor. (Oct. 25, 2000),

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Through the years, so many Yankees fans remember Derek Jeter for his patented jump-throw from deep in the hole. (June 25, 1998)

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Derek Jeter and pitcher John Wetteland, right, celebrate the Yankees 1-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 5 of the World Series. The Yankees went on to win Game 6 at home to win the first of Jeter's four World Series titles. (Oct. 24, 1996)

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Little leaguer Jeffrey Maier of Old Tappan, N.J., poses in a New York Yankees cap and jersey and displays a baseball on the set of ABC's "Good Morning America." Maier, 12, turned a probable fly out into Derek Jeter's game-tying home run in Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS between the Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles, Wednesday. (Oct. 10, 1996)

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