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In the first season at new Yankee Stadium, Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig’s 72-year-old record for the most hits in Yankees history with hit number 2,722, a ground-ball through the left side off Orioles rookie Chris Tillman leading off the third inning on Sept. 11, 2009. The Yankees captain, who has been their starting shortstop since 1996 and led them to five World Series titles, announced on Facebook Wednesday that he will retire after the 2014 season. (Anthony J. Causi/Icon SMI)
GALLERY: Derek Jeter’s Greatest Hits

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In the first season at new Yankee Stadium, Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig’s 72-year-old record for the most hits in Yankees history with hit number 2,722, a ground-ball through the left side off Orioles rookie Chris Tillman leading off the third inning on Sept. 11, 2009. The Yankees captain, who has been their starting shortstop since 1996 and led them to five World Series titles, announced on Facebook Wednesday that he will retire after the 2014 season. (Anthony J. Causi/Icon SMI)

GALLERY: Derek Jeter’s Greatest Hits

The Captain…

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Georgetown’s head coach John Thompson hugs Patrick Ewing after the Hoyas defeated Houston 84-75 to win the NCAA National Championship on April 2, 1984 in Seattle. 30 years ago today, Thompson became the first black coach to win the NCAA basketball tournament and Ewing was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player.  (Georgetown University/Collegiate Images/Getty Images)

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Georgetown’s head coach John Thompson hugs Patrick Ewing after the Hoyas defeated Houston 84-75 to win the NCAA National Championship on April 2, 1984 in Seattle. 30 years ago today, Thompson became the first black coach to win the NCAA basketball tournament and Ewing was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player.  (Georgetown University/Collegiate Images/Getty Images)