Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field

Sunday's White Sox game against the Yankees took on extra meaning because it was Derek Jeter's last in Chicago. It was a great day for baseball: the stadium was packed and the weather was phenomenal. He put on a show, collecting four hits and scoring on a wild pitch. Even though there was very little for the White Sox fans to cheer about on the field, they appeared content with the fact they got to see one of the greatest players of his era play one more time. Final Score: Yankees 7, White Sox 1

Derek Jeter stands in for his last at-bat ever in Chicago. 

Derek Jeter stands in for his last at-bat ever in Chicago. 

Mike Zimmerman and his 9-year-old son Mike pinch each other's nose before the game.

Mike Zimmerman and his 9-year-old son Mike pinch each other's nose before the game.

Brian Bonchick plays catch with his daughter Amanda before the game.

Brian Bonchick plays catch with his daughter Amanda before the game.

Rich Muncy and his 3-year-old daughter Maleah ascend an escalator. 

Rich Muncy and his 3-year-old daughter Maleah ascend an escalator. 

Kevin and Robert Zibricky look on during the national anthem. 

Kevin and Robert Zibricky look on during the national anthem. 

Sayumi Stout took her 4-year-old daughter Naryssa Mueller to her first game.  

Sayumi Stout took her 4-year-old daughter Naryssa Mueller to her first game.  

Doing the wave. 

Doing the wave. 

Lloyd Rutzky has been a vendor at Cubs and Sox games for 50 seasons. 

Lloyd Rutzky has been a vendor at Cubs and Sox games for 50 seasons. 

Jeter fans. 

Jeter fans. 

Derek Jeter leaves Chicago for the last time as a player. 

Derek Jeter leaves Chicago for the last time as a player.