No. 2 is No. 1
For the third straight season, Derek Jeter’s Yankees No. 2 jersey was the leading seller among Major League Baseball uniform tops. The Captain was one of three Yankees player in the top 10, according to sales announced by MLB.
The Rangers were the only other club with more than one player. Texas had two, including center fielder Josh Hamilton (No. 32), who was runner-up to Jeter.
Ichiro Suzuki’s No. 31 with the Yankees, which he began wearing after the July 23, was third on the list, which is pretty impressive. Robinson Cano’s No. 24 placed 10th on the list.
The players ranked from fourth to ninth were Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper (No. 34), Angels center fielder Mike Trout (No. 27), Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen (No. 22), Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish (No. 11), Braves third baseman Chipper Jones (No. 10) and Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander (No. 35).