Derek Jeter to interview Cal Jr. and Billy Ripken on Sirius XM - Orbitcast

Derek Jeter to interview Cal Jr. and Billy Ripken on Sirius XM

Derek JeterNew York Yankees captain and star shortstop Derek Jeter will sit down for a one-on-one interview on a special edition of Sirius XM's Ripken Baseball this Monday, June 8th.

The interview will air live starting at noon ET from Sirius XM's Midtown Manhattan studios on MLB Home Plate (XM channel 175 and Sirius channel 210) with the "Best of XM" programming package.
Jeter, a nine-time All-Star and four-time World Series champion, joined the Yankees in 1995 at the age of 20 and has batted .300 or above in 10 of his 15 seasons in the major leagues.  He was named the 11th captain in Yankees franchise history in 2003.  Jeter has won the American League Rookie of the Year Award (1996), three Silver Slugger Awards (2006-2008), and three Gold Glove Awards (2004-2006). In 2000, he became the only player history to win both the All-Star Game MVP Award and the World Series MVP Award in the same year.

In 1996, Jeter founded the Turn 2 Foundation to create and support signature programs and activities that motivate young people to turn away from drugs and alcohol and "Turn 2" a healthy lifestyle. Over the last 12 years, the Turn 2 Foundation has awarded more than $9 million to support signature programs in Tampa, where Jeter resides, New York, where he works, and West Michigan, where he grew up.

Ripken Baseball, hosted by Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. alongside brother and 12-year major league infielder Billy Ripken, airs every Friday (12 - 2pm ET) on Sirius XM Radio's MLB Home Plate channel.


Howard Staetn could learn something from Cal Jr's attendance record.

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