Derek Jeter, Shortstop, New York Yankees
It’s safe to say that the Yankees wouldn’t have won five World Series from 1996 to 2009 without Derek Sanderson Jeter. The Bronx Bombers’ all-time career leader in hits, doubles, games played, stolen bases, and at-bats, Jeter played 20 seasons and managed a lifetime average of .310 while accumulating five Golden Glove awards and 14 All-Star appearances. But he was as diligent in the weight room as he was on the diamond. Jeter did everything from squats and deadlifts to box jumps and yoga in order to keep his body healthy enough to play well into his 40s.
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