Jeffrey Maier’s glove auctioned off


Well I am not old enough to recall the play itself, but its significance to the Yankees and the game of baseball is very notable. Back in the archaic days of no instant replay, a home run was ruled instead of fan interference. The ball was caught by a 12 year old boy named Jeffrey Maier, who reached over the wall to snag the home run, hit by Derek Jeter on October 9th 1996. Continue reading