Derek JeterWhen it comes time to discredit an old rumor, is taking the initiative.

A 2011 article published by the New York Times featured the silence of an ex-New York Yankees shortstop. New York PostHe claimed that he used to send his one-night stand home with a basket filled of Derek Jeter merchandise.

Jeter stated, “I’ve read the article,” in the forthcoming ESPN series. The CaptainPer. Us Weekly. “You know, you see it, and then it’s like, ‘How the f-–k did people come up with this?’ It’s pretty simple. And who would believe this s-–t? It was true!

A source said that Derek had girls staying with him at New York’s apartment and then bought them a car for them to drive back home. A gift basket with signed Jeter memorabilia is found in the car of Derek waiting. It usually includes a signed baseball.

Jeter, a little over ten years later, refutes Jeter’s story of “becoming larger than life”. You can read more about Per Us WeeklyThe Yankees legend unambiguously states, “It never happened.”