9. 2000: Jeter goes 3-for-3 with two RBIs on his way to an All-Star Game MVP Award.
8. 2008: The Captain bids an emotional farewell to Yankee Stadium.
7. 1996: His first Postseason hit. Through 2013, he's amassed 199 more.
6. 2000: Jeter opens Game 4 of the Subway Series with a home run.
5. 2004: Jeter makes an incredible 12th inning play against Boston, coming up bloody and bruised.
4. 2009: Jeter surpasses Lou Gehrig to set Yankees all-time hit record with hit #2,722.
3. 2001: Jeter becomes "Mr. November" with a walk-off home run after midnight on November 1st.
2. 2001: The Flip. Jeter pulls off one of the most amazing plays of all time, keeping the Yankees alive in the ALDS.
1. Jeter's 3,000th hit, a solo home run off of David Price, solidifies The Captain's place in the record books.