New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter played in his final MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night in Minnesota.

After collecting two hits in two at-bats, the veteran shortstop was taken out of the game prior to the fourth inning. He received a standing ovation from the fans at Target Field, as well as the All-Stars on both teams.

Jeter shook hands and hugged many of his American League teammates in the dugout before coming back onto the field for a curtain call.

The 14-time All-Star will retire at the end of the 2014 season.

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