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"None of them come back and say he's a lousy lover, he's not good in bed, he's cheap, he doesn't pay for this."That didn't stop anyone from writing about Jeter, though—and he was careful not to read any of it."I was always scared that I'd see my name and then scroll to see what they're saying," he told in 2015.
For the 20 years he played baseball, did anyone have the world at his feet more than Derek Jeter?
The New York Yankees shortstop gave his adoring fans what they wanted in the form of five World Series titles, earning him nicknames like "Captain Clutch" and "Mr.
November." In turn, Jeter was gifted with fame, hundreds of millions of dollars, 14 trips to the MLB All-Star Game and more female attention than any one man might know what to do with.
He and wife Hannah Jeter, the Being an unimpeachable team player for the most storied baseball franchise in the world certainly helped his image over all. As the face of the Yankees he was called upon to give sound bites about the game every night, questions he fielded as deftly as line drives—a few words here, a few there, never one of the guys known for outbursts or controversial comments. And while he was reluctant enough to talk about himself as a baseball player, he was prolifically silent when it came to his private life."You have to assume that everything you do is public knowledge," Jeter told on the eve of his retirement in 2014. I've been here since I was 20."Jeter was drafted by the Yankees right out of high school in 1992 and made his major league debut on May 29, 1995—a decade before Facebook, Twitter and Instagram would rear their heads in succession, thereby forever changing what it's like to be a famous person, whether they add to the cacophony themselves or not. (Hannah has an account, but she hasn't posted since May.) However, at least partly inspired by how easily a person's message can get misconstrued when it's relayed through third parties, Jeter launched The Players' Tribune, an online forum for athletes to share their stories in their own words that has since become a popular place for them to break news as well.
Kobe Bryant announced his plan to retire from the Lakers on the site, and Lamar Odomrecently penned a lengthy essay about his descent into drug abuse and his battle back from the abyss.