Reggie Jackson might be “Mr. October,” but Derek Jeter might be the most feared hitter in “clutch” situations in the storied history of the Yankees. He was a relentless technician at the plate, who spent hours and hours of practice learning how to turn balls the other way, and shoot them right through the gap between the first and second basemen. But when it came time for the postseason, he was just as able to get on base as he was to take a pitch the other way. There’s the infamous “Jeffrey Maier home run” in 1996, the homer off the first pitch of Game 4 of the 2000 Subway series, and the walk-off home run in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the 2001 World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. And that’s just the start of Jeter’s laundry list of clutch moments.