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The first Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in over two years was worth the wait for New York Yankees icon Derek Jeter, who was honored in Cooperstown, New York, on Wednesday.

Jeter, who was enshrined along with Larry Walker, Ted Simmons and former players union executive director Marvin Miller, drew huge cheers from the pro-Yankees crowd that descended upon the quaint village in central New York.

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