Jeter provides another magical moment

The Captain's 3,000th hit, and his 5-for-5 game, will become a part of Yankees lore

Updated: July 10, 2011, 12:59 AM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- All morning long, they were playing the Jeter Memorable Moments tape on the big screen at Yankee Stadium.

There was the first base hit, the Jeffrey Maier home run, the two dives into the stands -- the one against Oakland in the ALCS that left him banged up for the 2001 World Series, and the other, a face-first plunge in 2004 that left him stunned and bloodied -- and of course, the Mr. November home run against the Diamondbacks.

Not only did it remind you of how great ...

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