Where have you gone, Captain Clutch?

In a spot the old Derek Jeter used to own, No. 2 can't come through vs. Red Sox

Updated: June 14, 2011, 8:15 AM ET
By Andrew Marchand | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- No. 2 was at the plate, and the 47,863 were the loudest they had been all night, maybe all season. After A.J. Burnett had melted in the June heat, flattened again by the Red Sox, the Yankees had crawled back from seven runs down, and with the bases loaded in the sixth, the tying run was just 270 feet away at first.

With his DJ3K bracelet on his wrist, Derek Jeter stood in the batter's box, another Yankee Classic moment just a swing away. He had a chance to continue this ...

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