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During Derek Jeter's historic 17-year run as shortstop for the New York Yankees, he's racked up five world championships, and more than 3300 hits. And that's just on the field. He also has all-star status on the red carpet.
But with a season-delaying ankle injury and many of his closest friends retiring from the game, the 38-year-old is starting to plan for when he too eventually steps away from the diamond.
Asked what is scary about the thought of not being in the game down the road, Jeter said, "I don't know if there is anything scary about it."
"I'm pretty sure I'll be involved in the game in some facet. I wanna own a team someday, that's my next goal, but I don't know if it's anything scary," added Jeter.