There's no shortage of memorable plays in New York Yankees history, but in the franchise's long string of magic moments this one stands out as one of the finest. Delayed due to the "911" terrorist attacks, the 2001 World Series did not start until 10/27. Game 4 of the this match-up between the Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks began on 10/31 but ended on 11/1, the first time in history a WS gamed was played during the month of November. Derek Jeter was dubbed "Mr. November" when he hit a walk of homer in the 12th inning of this game, to give shell-shocked New Yorkers an extra special Halloween treat. This great moment is captured by this 16x20 "fist pump" photo, which sees the brilliant Yankees shorstop celebrating as he runs the bases after his epic shot. Jeter has added another great thrill to this historic image, by providing a prominent ("8-9") strength autograph in the field at left. This triumphant photograph is professionally mounted with stately Yankees' pinstripe matting in a 22x26 black frame that shows only minor touches of wear. Steiner COA/sticker.
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