Yankees legend Derek Jeter shared a rare glimpse of his family, wife Hannah and their daughters Bella and Story, following the announcement he’d be entering Baseball Hall of Fame this summer.

In a black-and-white clip posted to his site, The Players Tribune, the 45-year-old baseball alum rejoiced with Hannah, Bella, two, and Story, one, as Bella told him ‘Hi daddy, hi daddy!’

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Jeter, who played shortstop for the New York Yankees from 1995 until 2014, then got a call from Jack O’Connell, the secretary-treasurer of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, confirming his first-ballot induction.

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