Derek Jeter Talks About Losing | Steiner Sports Memorabilia
Out of all your awards and accomplishments,
though, which is the one that’s most special? And we’ll go down the… -When we win, that’s it. -Is it that plane is simple for you though? -Yeah I mean that’s why you
play. -Is it winning on misery for you? -Yeah. -What’s misery like for you? It’s tough, you play to win in anything. You want to race me down the
street I’m gonna beat you because I feel it’s black and white for me, you
know I don’t think you’re happy finishing second or happy get into a
World Series. The goal is to win. If I don’t win, then I’m not fun to be around.
-So what’s worse 2007 or 2001/2003…you get to the World Series and you lose, or not
even making it to the World Series. -I mean how do you rate losing? You know
what I mean? -It’s all misery for you? -I just never understood it you know, “Well it
feels better because we made it to the World Series and lost.” Why does it
feel better? I’ve never understood that. I really don’t get that one. -Well there
is something… you’ve accomplished something by at
least getting to the World Series. -What did you accomplish you lost? -But there was
someone there was some winning to get there!