Derek Jeter's Hall of Fame career has had its share of moments. The Flip in 2001 in Oakland. His walk-off home run in Game 4 of the 2001 World Series. His dive into the stands against the Red Sox in 2004. His 3,000th hit being a home run at home.
And four years ago Tuesday, he had his last Yankee Stadium highlight: a walk-off in his final at-bat in pinstripes.
In Jeter's last game at Yankee Stadium -- one that was nearly rained out -- he hit a walk-off RBI single to right field, securing a 6-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles in a dramatic finish.
Jeter's single through the right side off Orioles reliever Evan Meek drove in pinch runner Antoan Richardson and sent the Yankee Stadium crowd into one final frenzy.
The play would not have been made possible had David Robertson not allowed three runs in the top of the ninth inning, including a game-tying homer to Steve Pearce with two outs.
Jose Pirela led off the bottom of the ninth with a single and Richardson advanced to second on a Brett Gardner sac bunt. That brought up Jeter, the five-time World Series champion and former Yankees captain.
With first base open, Orioles manager Buck Showalter, who managed Jeter as a rookie in 1995, opted to have Meek pitch to Jeter.
And the rest is history.