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I have that same problem and yes it does. If it is signed by joe mauer and derek jeter no but if one player is a minor league player or not good then it hurts the value.


Derek Jeter was 18 years old when he played his first minor league game for the Yankees rookie team, the GCL Yankees of the Gulf Coast League, in 1992. He was 22 years old when he played his first game for the Yankees in 1995.


Derek Jeter was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 1992 amateur draft. Derek played in the minor leagues from 1992-1995, making his Major League debut on May 29, 1995. Derek played in 15 games in 1995.


Yes. Derek Jeter played Class-A minor league baseball for the Greensboro Hornets for part of 1992 and all of 1993. The team is located in North Carolina, they're currently known as the Greensboro Grasshoppers.


Even though Derek Jeter received a baseball scholarship to play for the University of Michigan, he chose to turn professional and went into the Yankees minor league system after high school.


Derek Jeter received a baseball scholarship from the University of Michigan, but attended only briefly before joining the Yankees' minor-league team in Tampa. In a 2007 interview he told Sports Illustrated that he hopes to return to college "some day".


Jeter has had numerous "minor" injuries but only 4 that have caused him to miss more than 3 games.


no you can be drafted straight from highschool like Derek Jeter


Derek did not play college ball. He was offered a scholarship by the University of Michigan but decided to forego college and play minor league ball after the New York Yankees drafted him in the first round of the 1992 draft.


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That was 1992 with the GCL Yankees of the Gulf Coast League. He played in 47 games getting 35 hits in 173 at bats for a .202 batting average with 3 HRs and 25 RBIs.


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No, you see he didn't really go to college, Derek Jeter went to Kalamazoo Central High School from 1988-1992. Then he passed on a scholarship to Michigan State and was drafted 6th overall by the Yankees. While he was in the minor leagues he attended one semester at the University of Michigan, but he did not play baseball there.


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