This weekend, Derek Jeter will have his #2 retired during a celebration of his career at Yankee Stadium.
You’d think a guy who was such a class player for the Yankees over his 20-year career, is a sure fire first ballot Hall of Famer, and quite possibly the last Yankee captain we will see in our lifetime wouldn’t have any regrets from his career.
Unless of course you ask him name one during an interview.
“My last season, I kept a journal; every day I’d write something in there,” Jeter says.“The one regret I do have is that I wish I would’ve done that my entire career, because there are so many things that you forget.”
Yeah, that makes sense considering he did so many great things over those 20 seasons including five World Series rings and 14 All-Star appearances.
Jeter wouldn’t reveal divulge the details of his journal entries. He insists he hasn’t even read them since retiring. But Jeter did note how becoming a father soon (he and wife Hannah are expecting the couple’s first child, a daughter) will likely impact it.
Source: Sportress Of Blogitude