Derek Jeter was never my favorite Yankee, but I will sure miss watching him play. His last game in Yankee Stadium represents the end of a two-decade long era of World Series championships and perennial trips to the playoffs. In addition to the heroics in the video, it is pretty amazing to consider that Jeter was never once tossed by an umpire from a game in entire his twenty-year big league career.
I would rank him as the sixth greatest Yankee, behind Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, and Yogi Berra. I saw Mantle and Berra play in person (at the end or their respective careers), but I watched Jeter's entire career, and loved every inning of it.