And he wasn't even playing at home.
Saturday's game was only the second sellout of the season for the Yankees' American League East rival
Throughout the game the crowd of 31,042 vocally expressed their appreciation for Jeter, who drove in the eventual game-winning run in the top of the ninth. Rays Manager
And Maddon wasn't too happy about it.
"I understand that the people like Derek Jeter," Maddon said of the Yankees' captain, who has a home in St. Petersburg. "But you've got to come out and root for the Rays too, you understand? I mean, I totally understand what's going on. But I'm not going to sit here and defend all of that noise in the Yankees' favor in our ballpark. I'm not going to defend that."