Gifts for Derek Jeter on his season-long farewell tour have included a painting by George W. Bush and a $34,000 watch from Robinson Cano, but some fans in New Jersey may have come up with the most creative tribute.
As reported by NJ.com, VonThun Farms in South Brunswick created a five-acre corn maze with Jeter's likeness along with a "Thanks, Captain Clutch" message.
"We are right in the middle of Yankees territory," Cindy VonThun told NJ.com reporter Brian Amaral. "No matter which way you turn, everybody just loves Derek Jeter. He's just the all-around good guy."
The maze opens to the public Sept. 20. NJ.com reports that the maze has two routes, with the longer taking roughly an hour to complete.
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