TAMPA — Derek Jeter may dream of owning a baseball team after his career is finished, but don’t look for the Captain to follow the popular ex-jock path to the broadcast booth.
On a recent episode of Brandon Steiner’s “SteinerCast” podcast, Jeter wasted no time in nixing the idea of ever getting into television like former teammates such as Paul O’Neill, David Wells or Aaron Boone.
I worked in a kitchen when I was growing up, 80-90 hours a week, at Camp Sussex. There’s a lot of opportunities like this. Is that work nothing?
When did you do something for the first time and how great was the feeling?