The Yankees retired No. 51, giving Williams a permanent place in Monument Park, and many of his former teammates -- including Jeter, who hadn't been at Yankee Stadium since the end of the 2014 season.
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'I don't think it's fair for the guys that have been in the Hall of Fame that have played the game clean.'
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Williams, Posada and Willie Randolph also will get plaques in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium in 2015. Derek Jeter's No. 2 isn't officially retired yet, but probably is dependent on his schedule in retirement.

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