I’m sure most of you were shocked to learn that Derek Jettons divorce had a significant effect on his career.
The Boston Red Sox superstar played in a season where he led the majors in home runs, RBI, OPS, WAR and WARP.
While he did not play as well as his peers during the downturn, he did put up his best numbers ever.
The Red Sox had been searching for a starting shortstop for years before he agreed to the Red Sox.
The team was in need of a reliable, veteran player, but Derek Jetta was the only one that fit the bill.
His contract would eventually be extended, and he became a core member of the team.
It was also a perfect time for the franchise to sign Derek Jette.
Jettons career took off with the Boston Red’s 1997 championship.
He hit .319 with 32 homers, 103 RBI, and 3,722 total bases.
It’s no secret that Jettes ability to hit the ball hard was one of his best attributes.
However, that was not the case when he played for the Red in 1999.
He led the league in slugging percentage and home runs per game with a .364 average.
His team also had a dominant offense.
They won 103 games that season, and won two pennants.
It wasn’t until Jettos career was put on hold in 2006 that he would see the light of day.
The Boston Red Wings acquired Derek JETTERS contract in 2006 and his career was over.
After signing a two-year deal worth $8.25 million in 2006, Jettys contract was up for renewal in 2010.
His first year in Detroit saw the team win the Stanley Cup.
However he was dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a conditional second round pick in the 2006 draft.
Jettms contract would be renewed for a third year.
It wasn’t a bad deal for Jettts career.
He would end up being one of the top players in the league for the next three seasons.
However when he retired from the game, his career would come to an abrupt end.
JETTS career ended when he was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2014.
He was diagnosed as a post-traumatic stress disorder.
It is unknown what the disease is and how he got it.
He did not want his name associated with the disease and spent most of his time in the hospital.
The news of Jetts cancer diagnosis did not sit well with his fans.
Jetta did not take well to being diagnosed with cancer.
He didn’t even want to talk about it publicly.
He only talked about how he was coping.
That’s when his agent, Chris O’Brien, put out a statement.
O’Briens message was that JETTs family would be able to focus on him and his family, while the rest of the world would focus on the cancer.
The statement was released after the Pittsburgh Pirates released him in October.
It has since been picked up by other organizations and was later released by the New York Mets.
While Jett was not able to play the rest the season, he was able to spend time with his family and was able play golf during the season.
However his contract was set to expire in 2021.
His body was still in good shape when he left the field on the field.
His family did not have to endure that for long.
His wife, Lori, and daughter, Brittany, were all treated to a private event where he was given a tour of the Red Wings locker room and was treated to some of his favorite shots.
Jetts wife also had to spend some time with him at the hospital and did her best to cheer him on.
His daughter Brittany was also treated to the tour.
While she was there, she visited her dad and took pictures with him.
She was also able to attend the ceremony for his funeral on Monday.
It took a little while for the public to get a handle on Jettt’s cancer diagnosis.
While the announcement did not come as a huge surprise, many fans did not think much of it.
His family was a little surprised that he was so willing to spend so much time with them.
The family also did not like how many people had commented on Jettas post-cancer diagnosis.
People were still holding onto his jersey.
People are not really used to having their jersey retired like this, but it was nice to have a photo op like that.
Jette’s jersey was retired last year.
In his words, “It wasn´t going to happen every year, but the jersey was special.
It showed that I was loved by so many people.”