First Pitch: Jeet Cheat Sheet

It will be a day full of Derek Jeter, who will play in his final home opener on Monday. Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

NEW YORK -- Monday is expected to be a day filled with non-stop adulation for Derek Jeter. On this his last home opener in the Bronx as an active major leaguer, the New York Yankees have scheduled events around honoring Jeter and the Core Four. Here is your pregame schedule:

9:45 a.m: Joe Giardi news conference

10:00 a.m: Jeter news conference

11:00 a.m: Gates open to ticket holders

12:44 p.m: Baseline introductions of both teams

12:54 p.m: Unfurling of giant American flag by West Point cadets

12:55 p.m: Presentation of Colors: West Point Cadet Color Guard

12:56 p.m: National anthem by Kelli O’Hara

1:03 p.m: Umpires and managers meet at home plate for lineups

1:06 p.m: Yankees take the field; ceremonial first pitches thrown by Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera, which will be received by Jeter and Jorge Posada

1:08 p.m: First pitch by Hiroki Kuroda

Got you covered: Wallace Matthews, Johnette Howard and I will have you covered right here all day. On TV, I'll be joining Josina Anderson on "SportsCenter" a little after 9 p.m. and throughout the day. On radio, "Mike & Mike" and Colin Cowherd's show are live from New York. And Michael Kay and Don La Greca will have all the postgame coverage.

Question: What is your favorite Jeter moment on Opening Day?