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Derek Starts [sic] at second base
Move over, Victoria, Derek Jeter has an even bigger “secret.”
The Yankee slugger’s retirement plan includes becoming an underwear mogul, Page Six has learned.
The slugger is a secret owner of Frigo RevolutionWear — a customized men’s underwear brand that sells skivvies more colloquially known as “Tempur-Pedic banana hammocks.” The high-tech undies sell for $100 a pair and include a “soft lock adjustment system” plus a “patented pouch” dubbed the “Frigo Zone.”
Derek Jeter was starting his own publishing business in a partnership with Simon & Schuster. The first book is coming out in September.
The slugger is a secret owner of Frigo RevolutionWear — a customized men’s underwear brand that sells skivvies more colloquially known as “Tempur-Pedic banana hammocks.” The high-tech undies sell for $100 a pair
Ingvarsson has previously explained of the undergarments: “It separates your genitals from the rest of your body .?.?. It lifts a little bit so [guys] feel the comfort.”
The products’ marketing materials further explain: “Unlike other garments that keep things in place by compressing your package inward, Frigo provides support from behind so you won’t feel constricted.”
So, of course, the geniuses here weigh in one after another with nothing but negative comments and snark.
I don't recall you rushing to the defense of Curt Schilling on this site when he did something similar.
It's sad that a board full of far left-wingers is suddenly taking the "unmarried childless guys are sad losers" pose simply because Derek Jeter is the subject.
I find it a little funny that a 40 year old bachelor would choose to spend his new career publishing edifying children's literature.
Dude, he probably gets more p*ssy in his typical week than you've gotten in your whole lifetime. I'm pretty sure that he's a childless bachelor completely by choice.
I don't understand what this comment is a response to or what you think I was saying.
As a young boy, Bug [sic] Selig dreams of being the Commissioner of major league baseball. He even imagines himself ruining the All-Star Game. So when Bud becomes a businessman, he hopes he's on his way. But he ends up owning the Milwakee [sic] Brewers. Still, he tries his best while he wishes and dreams of that commissioner spot. And to help him stay focused, his friends Jerry Reinsdorf and George Steinbrenner make him a deal: crush the union or no commissioner. Bud makes sure he always helps his friends—on and off the baseball field!
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