• Jeter’s Letterman Top Ten

    Posted by on April 29th, 2007 · Comments (1)

    From Neil Best -

    Derek Jeter presented the Top-10 List on “Late Show with David Letterman” on Thursday night, at times seeming amused and at times a little uncomfortable as he recited “little known facts about Derek Jeter” while standing on the field at Yankee Stadium during batting practice. Here they are:

    10. In 2002, I set a major-league record of 97 consecutive games without scratching myself.

    9. I can put five baseballs in my mouth.

    8. Remember I missed a game last year with a “pulled hamstring?” I actually had Streisand tickets.

    7. When Johnny Damon cut his hair, I put it in my scrapbook.

    6. I’d trade my four World Series rings for a spot on Late Show’s “Impressionist Week 2.”

    5. When Red Sox fans shout “Yankees suck,” it really hurts my feelings.

    4. The thing I love most about being a baseball player is seeing a child’s eyes light up when I give him an autograph … oh, and the crazy paycheck.

    3. Between you and me, I don’t get all the ass-slapping either.

    2. So I’m not bothered by fans, I check into hotels under the name “Dave Letterman.”

    1. Rosie quit “The View” so we could spend some more time together.

    Yawn.

    Comments on Jeter’s Letterman Top Ten

    1. Raf
      April 29th, 2007 | 11:24 am

      4. The thing I love most about being a baseball player is seeing a child’s eyes light up when I give him an autograph … oh, and the crazy paycheck.
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      That line made me lol

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