Yankees great and future Hall of Famer to discuss career with Jimmy Fallon
New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, who delivered an electrifying game-winning hit on his final night at Yankee Stadium, will be a guest on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Thursday, Oct. 2.
Jeter, who will end his career this weekend at Fenway Park in Boston, began with the Yankees in 1995 and has been an integral part of five world championship teams. He made the All-Star Game 14 times.
"The Tonight Show" will mark Jeter's first late-night talk show appearance following the end of the season.
Other guests on the Oct. 2 telecast will be James Marsden and rock band 5 Seconds of Summer.