The St. Louis Cardinals are the latest to honor Yankees great Derek Jeter on his farewell tour. The Cardinals presented Jeter with cuff links that have a picture of  Stan "The Man" Musial and a check for $10,000 to Jeter's "Turn 2" foundation.

The ceremony included a tribute to the 1964 world champion Cardinals, who beat the Yankees in that year's World Series.
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Here is a list of what Jeter has received during his farewell tour.

White Sox -  Honored Jeter Sunday with a Yankees bench made of bats, balls and bases, shortstop dirt from Old Comiskey Park and $5,000 toward his charity

Mets - Gave Jeter a No. 2 mosaic designed with subway tiles, a Cake Boss cake and donated $22,222.22 to Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation.

Astros - Gave Jeter a pair of Yankees cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and some golf lessons with clubs.

Angels - Gave Jeter a paddle board.

Brewers - Donated $10,000 to Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation and presented him with a bronzed bat.