Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 10/30/14

Via The Other Paper:

Derek Jeter — whether chubby, fat or just photographed at an odd angle — still looks better than most people, and has the women to prove it.

On Monday night, the Yankees shortstop was back in New York and spotted rekindling a romance with an old flame in a romantic Manhattan setting.

Jeter was seen at the Gramercy Park Hotel with pretty brunette model Hannah Davis, reports The New York Post.

"They were in the hotel bar late," said a spy. "They got on the elevator and went upstairs. He mentioned to the waitress that he hadn't seen her (Davis) in a month because she doesn't like Florida, but he's working on changing that."

Funny, because it was beginning to sound like Jeets just couldn't fit through the door of his St. Petersburg mansion after reports that New York's No. 1 bachelor had added some poundage during his offseason recovery from ankle surgery.

Jeter had been spending time in Miami while recovering from the October operation.  He is still sporting a walking boot but is confident he will be ready for Opening Day.

The couple reportedly 'hugged and kissed, and looked very happy," said The Post.

The source added that despite the photos which showed Jeter had put on a few inches, he looked in "pretty good shape."

PLAYERS: Derek Jeter
TEAMS: New York Yankees
3 Comments:
  • You know I could care less who this bum is dating. He is an athlete not a professional dater. Why don't they write about the guys he hangs out with if they are going to talk about his female admirers.
  • Whats this a positive story placed by his agent to offset the fat pics that hit the internet?
  • Who cares about this bum and who he dates. This is a sports page not a romance page. I get so sick of hearing who this athlete or that athlete is dating. They are ball players not professional daters.
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