NEW YORK (CBSNewYork / AP) – Former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter introduced his dog, Kane, to the world in an article on his website, The Players’ Tribune – oh, he also slipped into the essay he s ‘is engaged.
A trick played by the 14-star All-Star shortstop.
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Notoriously private throughout a 20-year career that ended after the 2014 season, Jeter revealed on Tuesday that the nearly 100-pound, 1-year-old Italian mastiff was a “gift from my fiancee last year.” .
Jeter, 41, never names the woman he’s engaged with in the story, but it’s well documented that he’s been dating Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Hannah Davis, 25, for quite some time.
Throughout his playing career, Jeter has been linked to stars Mariah Carey, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, and Minka Kelly, among others, but he has always remained one of New York’s most eligible singles.
Jeter rarely gave the media revealing answers to questions during his baseball career. When he retired, he made the announcement in a Facebook post.
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Ryan exercises $ 1 million option with Yankees
Infielder Brendan Ryan exercised his $ 1 million player option for 2016.
New York also said on Tuesday it had declined its club option on pitcher Andrew Bailey, who was worth $ 1 million.
Ryan, 33, has reached 0.229 with eight RBIs in 96 at-bat appearances this year. After missing the first two months of the season with a strained right calf, he made his season debut on June 10, then returned to the disabled list on June 22 with a strained back. He returned after the All-Star break.
Bailey, 31, allowed eight runs – five earned – in 8 or 2 innings in 10 games with the Yankees in September, his first major league appearances since July 2013. If New York offers a contract by Dec. 2 , he would be eligible. for wage arbitration.
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