New York Yankees honor ex-captain Derek Jeter on Hall of Fame induction

NEW YORK — Derek Jeter returned to Yankee Stadium for the first time in five years and was honored for his induction to the Hall of Fame two years ago.

With his Hall plaque on a stand in front of the pitcher’s mound, Jeter spoke at the end of a 27-minute ceremony before Friday night’s game against Tampa Bay.

“I was born in New Jersey. I grew up in Kalamazoo. I live now down in Miami,” he said near the end of his 4-minute speech. “But right here in front of you, with you, is where I really…

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