Composite & Aluminum Bats
The Prime 9
Derek Jeter#2 SSNew York Yankees
Even among the Prime 9, Derek Jeter has few peers. Batting a career .313, Jeter has also racked up five World Series championships, five Gold Glove Awards, five Silver Slugger Awards, a World Series MVP Award in 2000 and an AL Rookie of the Year Award in 1996, plus a staggering 13 appearances in the MLB All-Star Game. Jeter's also set team records, claiming most career hits and most career stolen bases.
Birth Date June 26, 1974
Birthplace Pequannock Township, New Jersey
Experience 18 years
College Drafted in High School
Ht/Wt 6'3", 195 lb.