It's Captain's Christmas again

Nick Swisher greeted Derek Jeter before his last regular-season game in Cleveland. David Richard/USA TODAY Sports

CLEVELAND -- As he has been on the final night at every opposing ballpark this season, Derek Jeter was honored before the game in a pregame ceremony, in which he was greeted at home plate by former teammates Nick Swisher and Jason Giambi and Indians manager Terry Francona.

Among his gifts were a likeness of himself at the plate hitting his first career home run in this ballpark made out of Lego blocks and a pinstriped electric guitar emblazoned with the number 2 and the words "Farewell Tour," a phrase Jeter hates.