Derek Jeter Signed 2009 World Series Game 1 Game Used Baseball Steiner COA


Like just about every aspect of Derek Jeter’s baseball career there is a serendipitous symmetry to his World Series career statistics, 50 of his 200 post-season hits came in the seven World Series he played in with the other 150 dispersed among the 16 ALDS and 10 ALCS he participated in. Jeter rapped out 11 hits in his final World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009, the last three coming in the Yankees Game Six clincher.

This Official Ball 2009 World Series was used in Game 1 of the Series at Yankee Stadium in which Jeter went 3-for-4 in the game. This ball was taken out of play in the bottom of the eighth inning on a Cliff Lee pitch that Melky Cabrera foul-tipped. This rubbed down ball shows good game use and signed by Jeter in ball blue ball point pen on the side panel containing the gold embossed MLB 2009 World Series logo and comes with an MLB Authenticated hologram (LH733132) and a Steiner Sports hologram and COA.