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“He basically gave her the same gift twice because he'd forgotten hooking up with her the first time!”
Jeter had been dating actress Minka Kelly for three years before breaking up this past August. many thought the two would eventually get married, but the pair “amicably” split shortly after Jeter got his 3,000th hit.
“He broke up with Minka in the summer and is definitely over her,” a source told the Post. “He is playing the field.”
Since the split, Jeter has been allegedly hooking up with a slew of women, though trying to do so under the radar. the Post reports that Jeter typically goes out on off-nights and tries to sneak potential mates through the back-door entrance of the Trump World Tower.
“He normally doesn't go out with girls. He will have them come to his house. He'll have cocktail parties. his friends invite girls they think he'll be interested in. He's very shy,” another friend explained.
“He'll occasionally take girls to a restaurant. He has a couple of restaurants that he goes to that aren't trendy,” the friend said.
Jeter has previously been linked to Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Mariah Carey, and a host of other models and celebrities.
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NEW YORK — a ball that Derek Jeter fouled off during the at-bat that produced his 3,000th hit is up for auction by Lelands.com.
Jeter homered in the third inning against Tampa Bay on July 9 to become the 28th major leaguer to reach the milestone — and the first to do it with the New York Yankees.
The home run ball was caught by a fan and returned to Jeter. but earlier in that at-bat, Jeter hit three foul balls. Lelands says two were retrieved by ball boys on the field at Yankee Stadium, while the third was grabbed by a fan on the first base side. that is the ball now up for auction.
Lelands says the ball has a big, black mark and was specially marked “J1″ by Major League Baseball to certify authenticity as Jeter chased his 3,000th hit.
Interested bidders must register by Dec. 14. the auction closes to initial bidders at 9 p.m. EST on Dec. 16.
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