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Ahh, the rumored memorabilia gift basket…
Derek Jeter has been one of the most elegantly successful bachelors on the planet (until he met Hannah Davis and fell madly in love). And when we say elegant, we mean it!
After banging chicks all night long, Jeets would call them a car, which would have a gift basket of memorabilia in it, like signed baseballs.
Well, a woman claims that she has one of these elusive 'Thanks For Letting Me Penetrate You' baskets, and it's now up for sale on Craigslist, for $1,950. Or, at least it was until someone took it down.
The listing said:
Now that Derek Jeter is retired from baseball, he has had a ton of extra free time on his hands.
Lucky for his girlfriend, Hannah Davis! You know, because he seems to be spending most of that extra time with her — and that can't be bad at all!
They're so in love and just so cute together.
Rumors were even flying around this weekend, whispering of a Long Island wedding!
Someone's got some explaining to do!
That's because Derek Jeter is being very secretive about an upcoming party of his this weekend.
The recently retired Yankees captain is set to have a major bash in the famous Oheka Castle in Long Island, and guests aren't sure what to make of it.
While he's already had a retirement party, after almost 20 years in the Major Leagues, we'd understand if someone wanted to throw a second shindig; one for each decade of play.
However, a lot of the invitees are convinced that this
Well this seems out of left field.
After spending 19 seasons with the New York Yankees, Derek may be off the diamond, but one place he doesn't want to go is the dating pool.
Probably because he's in a relationship with Hannah Davis!
During an interview with Matt Lauer, the 40-year-old ex-captain/shortstop opened up about his dating life, saying:
It's the end of an era.
The shortstop finished his 19th season with the Yankees in a fated match up against rival team the Red Sox.
Derek got his final hit, his 3,465th hit, we should say, during the third inning of yesterday morning's game. His four-digit hit tally makes him the sixth highest hitting player in the history of the game, so it's safe to say that baseball lost a great one yesterday.
Derek played his last home game in New York last Thursday, beating the Orioles 6-5.
The 40-year-old won't just be missed by his team, which he's been the captain of since 2003, but he'll also be remembered by the entire sports community; including Gatorade who gave him this incredible send-off after nearly two decades in the game.
The Yankees beat the Red Sox 9-5. Not a bad way to wrap things up.