By Christopher Anderson, Derek Jeter
The one licensed full-color ebook commemorating Derek Jeter’s iconic baseball profession with the recent York Yankees, that includes archival photographs and unique photographs of his ultimate 2014 season from popular photographer Christopher Anderson.
Derek Jeter’s 20th and ultimate season in significant League Baseball really marks the tip of a activities period. the recent York Yankees’ shortstop—a five-time global sequence victor, workforce captain seeing that 2003, and one of many maximum ballplayers of all time—is a cherished and encouraging position version who monitors the indefinable traits of a champion, off and on the field.
Jeter Unfiltered is a robust choice of never-before-published photos taken over the process Derek’s ultimate season. enthusiasts could have unheard of entry to “The Captain,” because the famously inner most baseball legend takes us in the back of the scenes—inside his domestic, the stadium, the fitness center, at his flip 2 beginning occasions, 40th birthday celebration, and more—as he appears again with candor and gratitude on his baseball profession. the result's an intimate portrait bursting with character, professionalism, and pride.
Jeter Unfiltered is Jeter as you may have by no means noticeable him ahead of: unguarded, unapologetic…unfiltered.
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And if you have determined that the players are really no longer listening to you, then even if you’ve been offered a job, you’re taking the owner’s money on false pretenses. I always broached this question the same way: I would meet with a committee of guys who I thought were respected in the clubhouse. This leadership committee—I called them our “co-signers” because they were responsible for “co-signing” onto the team’s priorities—was something I used throughout the season for all kinds of team issues.
The funny thing is, I never had to answer those questions. Not long after my decision was made, our comeback began. As we climbed back into contention, the elephant in my room grew smaller. As we closed in on the wild card, it had been reduced to a barely audible mouse’s squeak. Now, on the verge of game 162, I had a lot of questions, but anxiety over the end of my career wasn’t one of them. I knew we would continue to enjoy playing the game that night because there was something special about this team: they liked it when the stakes were high, and I’d seen a lot of the players deal with situations like this one before.
A nine-to-five day. You maybe got four to six swings if you were a new guy, a dozen for the veterans. ” I then summed up the point. Don’t take these facilities for granted; take advantage of them. I knew that I’d never do that because I had too many memories of another spring training facility. My first full spring as the manager of the White Sox in 1980, we started at the minor league camp that had four fields. After that, when the games started, we moved to the big league camp that had just one diamond.