Jeter, the 13-time All Star, has appeared in seven World Series and has five rings to show for it.
Tom Brady, the 2-time NFL MVP, has appeared in five Super Bowls and has three rings to show for it.
Both players operate under the bright lights of a big city. Both players consistently come through in the clutch.
With Derek Jeter announcing his retirement yesterday at the conclusion of the 2014 season it’s only appropriate to give him a retrospective, and what better way to do it than compare the New York sports legend with a Boston sports legend.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak discussed the two future Hall of Famers Thursday morning.
“Derek Jeter, to me, is the old school baseball player that you used to revere and romanticize about,” said Gresh "
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