Derek Jeter Reveals When He Was Most "Nervous" During MLB Career

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The great New York Yankees shortstop has finally told everyone which game made him the most "nervous" during his career.

In a small twist, this was not his first game in a major league or World Series game.

"I was more nervous about my last match at Yankee Stadium than any other match," Jeter tweeted.

That last game came on September 26, 2014, and it created a lot of magic.

Jeter came to bat with one in the bottom of the ninth, while Anton Richardson was at second base.

Jeter swings on the first pitch and lines up a single in the right field,

Joe brought Richardson home for the win.

Not many players can say that they got a walk-off hit in their last game at home,

But Jeter is one of them.

Jeter is widely regarded as one of the best shortstops in MLB history.

He played 20 seasons for the Yankees and scored 260 home runs, 1

,311 RBI, and 3,465 hits at a career .310 batting average.