• Reuters


Derek Jeter has sold his stake in the Miami Marlins and stepped down as the team’s chief executive officer, the Major League Baseball club announced on Monday.

Jeter, who won five World Series titles during a celebrated Hall of Fame career as a player with the New York Yankees, obtained a 4% interest in the team in 2017 and oversaw day-to-day operations.

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