After a 6 year hiatus, the Yankees are back in the World Series, which in no small part is due to the stellar postseason performance of Derek Jeter.
On September 11th 2009, New York Yankee captain Derek Jeter collected his 2,722 hit, surpassing Lou Gehrig's record for a Bronx Bomber. Jeter added another highlight to his Hall of Fame resume, which already includes a Rookie of the Year Award, 10 All-Star appearances, 3 Gold Gloves and most importantly, 4 World Series Championships. Gehrig had held the record for 70 years, but there was no person more suited to take his place than Jeter, who already had the record for hits in the original Yankee Stadium.
Derek Jeter has hand signed this 16x20 photograph of him walking down the tunnel in the old stadium, which was taken by renowned photograph Anthony J Causi, who has also signed the piece.
A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Derek Jeter Autographed Color Shot In Tunnel At The Original Yankee Stadium Vertical 16x20 Framed Photograph - Signed By Photographer Anthony Causi