“The Captain” announced Wednesday through his Facebook account, “I know it in my heart. The 2014 season will be my last year playing professional baseball.” Jeter, who turns 40 in June, played in just 17 games for the Yankees last season.
The five-time World Series champion and 13-time All-Star is one of Tony Massarotti’s top 10 favorite players of all time. And while he’s sad to see him go, it did not come as a surprise to the Sports Hub host.
“If Derek Jeter announced today he’s retiring now and not playing the season I wouldn’t be surprised – his 2013 was that bad,” said Mazz. “I’m eager to see how it goes with Jeter this year. What if it doesn’t go well? That’s not out of the realm of possibility "
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