Feed Frenzy: Derek Jeter Announces Retirement

All-star Yankees shortstop announced on his Facebook page that he's retiring after the 2014 season.
3:00 | 02/12/14

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Derek Jeter is in the final year of a four-year, $60 million contract. He announced that 2014 will be his final season playing major league baseball. Say, quote, the one thing I always said to myself was that when baseball started to feel more like a job, it would be time to move forward. The legendary athlete reflected on some of his milestones. And he reached his 3,000th hit in 2011. History with an exclamation point. And the inventor of flappy bird game has pulled it from the app store. Why? It was too addictive to according to its creator. He said, I couldn't sleep. This as he was reportedly making $50,000 a day after it became the number one game in tune. Now addicts in withdrawal are racing to Ebay where some are selling their phones with flappy bird installed. And finally Americans will be saying goodbye to lots of money for Valentine's day. Retamers estimate that the average person spends between $133 and a whopping $210 bucks on v-day swag. It's an unscientific survey, but it makes us feel poorer just thinking about it. 200 million roses expected to be delivered. And don't forget the over $4.50 a typical pet owner shells out to unleash his or her unbridled love for fido. For others, it's a day to dream about much bigger gifts. Like ever lasting love. 6 million people are planning, or expecting, a proposal.

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