Jeter might have gone 0-5, but the Royals won 12-0.
While Derek Jeter was making his MLB debut on May 29, 1995, the Royals were making another tally in the win column.
The Royals had a victory over the Texas Rangers that day, while the Yankees fell to the Seattle Mariners in extra innings.
At that time, most of the current Royals roster was still in elementary school, and a couple of the players had probably just
completed potty training. Outfielder Johnny Damon was a few months away from making his MLB debut with the Royals.
Pitcher Tom Gordon got the win that day for Kansas City improving his record to 3-1, and Vince Coleman had a .301 batting average.