In 10 games (45 at-bats), he already has three home runs and seven RBI. He owns a line of .378/.404/.667.
He's currently carrying the New York Yankees offense, as the middle of the order hasn't been able to get the job done in the early goings.
At the ripe old age of 37, Jeter is proving that a player at the end of his career can still be a big contributor.
Many fans and experts wrote off Jeter after his down season in 2010. Playing for a new contract, Jeter just couldn't seem to put it together. He recorded a line of .270/.340/.370 with 10 home runs and 67 RBI.
By his standards, that just wasn't good enough.
He signed a three-year, $51 million contract that offseason. Many immediately questioned the high dollar figure attached to a player clearly on the decline.