NEW YORK (WKZ0) -- Derek Jeter will likely get the spotlight at next week’s All-Star game.The Captain from Kalamazoo will start at Short-stop in his 14th appearance at the mid-summer classic. Because its his last year,
A.L. Manager John Farrell Told ESPN that Jeter will no doubt get some sort of special salute during the game.
Jeter got his 34-hundredth hit in a game Sunday in Minnesota.
It may have been an away game but he still got a standing ovation.