"But there's been a lot of players that come to New York and get caught up in the lifestyle, and before you know it, they're sent away to another team because it affected their performance. But I've always kept sight of my number one priority.""He almost never gets photographed out, and think of all the high-profile girls he's dated," retired MLB player Jim Leyritz, who played for the Yankees until 1998, is quoted in Ian O'Connor's 2011 biography .
First off, let's just look at the women he's dated.
Obviously, he goes out—he's meeting these girls somewhere—but you never hear about it.
"Oh, gosh," she said, reportedly getting flustered. I don't know what I'm allowed to say."Jeter's privacy was legendarily important to him, so much so that friends said he would ask women he was interested in a variety of "what would you do in this situation? When he threw parties, he'd have guests check their cell phones and cameras at the door.
And he also apparently liked to be the one to make the first move.
She was sitting with them when her beau collected his 3,000th hit in 2011...barely a month before they broke up for good. I want someone who has had pain in his life and learned from it."Moreover, Jeter is extremely close to his parents, even choosing to have the Yankees retire his No.