When you want hours of un-biased opinions… you go somewhere else! Alex will mix it up with hours of great music and conversation. Could be about the Yankees, the NC Tar Heels, the Colts, the latest strange findings or Hollywood news. Either way, the drive home will be more entertaining and fun with Alex.
Derek & his wife Hannah unveil his plaque which will hang proudly in Monument Park along with his number.
Derek shaking the hand of his manager Joe Torre.
The man of the hour as his number is retired in Monument Park.
Field was ready to go for Derek Jeter night.
Inside the stadium of stadiums built by George & Derek.
(l-r) Gene Turner, Owl Baby, Nick, Stan Lawton, Gus Galvez – Nick was our chauffeur at the hotel, taking us to and from the train station.
Derek with the “Core 4” (l-r) Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, & Bernie Williams. The little fella is Derek’s nephew.
The “sign” says it all!!!
Derek preparing to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
A nice family photo… (l-r): Derek’s dad, mother, grandmother, Derek’s nephew, Hannah, & Derek’s sister.
Check out those pastrami sandwiches!
Now look who the conductor is!
Outside the stadium on Jeter day.
Another thrilling ride on a NY subway.
The fearsome foursome are nicely situated and raring to go!
Suddenly the centerpiece is even more appealing.
On board the train from Secaucus to NY City with our friend the conductor.
Not to mention a carousel of cheesecakes.
The inside of the Katz Deli, in NY City featured in the movie “When Harry Met Sally.”
The boys were denied the Carnegie Deli in NY City due to it’s closing in late December, but found one tucked away in the Sands Hotel in Bethlehem, PA