(Wall Street Journal) They had been standing in the rain since 6 a.m.—two teenagers with the day off from school, and three adults playing hooky from work. They were all at Yankee Stadium for the same reason: Derek Jeter.
"There won't be another player like him," said Brian Bernard, 54 years old, a relocation consultant who lives in Edison, N.J. Wearing a Yankees windbreaker and an aging ballcap, Mr. Bernard had been standing outside Gate 2 since before dawn, and was still looking for Mr. Jeter's autograph about five hours before the 7:05 p.m. game.
"It's not going to be like this again, not for a long time," he said.
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