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Marriage taking up most of Tampa resident Derek Jeter's time

FILE - In this Sept. 28, 2014, file photo, New York Yankees' Derek Jeter speaks to the media after the last baseball game of his career, against the Boston Red Sox, at Fenway Park in Boston.  Jeter will help pay tribute to ?€š€œThe Greatest?€š€: Derek Jeter?€š€™s publishing imprint is set to release ?€š€œMuhammad Ali Unfiltered.?€š€ Publication is set for October, according to a joint announcement given to The Associated Press on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 by Muhammad Ali Enterprises and Jeter Publishing.(AP Photo/Steven Senne, File) NY107

FILE - In this Sept. 28, 2014, file photo, New York Yankees' Derek Jeter speaks to the media after the last baseball game of his career, against the Boston Red Sox, at Fenway Park in Boston. Jeter will help pay tribute to ?€š€œThe Greatest?€š€: Derek Jeter?€š€™s publishing imprint is set to release ?€š€œMuhammad Ali Unfiltered.?€š€ Publication is set for October, according to a joint announcement given to The Associated Press on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 by Muhammad Ali Enterprises and Jeter Publishing.(AP Photo/Steven Senne, File) NY107

NEW YORK — So what does retired-to-Tampa former Yankees star Derek Jeter do with all his free time?

"I got married, man, so that fulfills most of the day," Jeter said Saturday. "So yeah, there it is. Are you married? (30-plus years, he was told.) You should know to not even ask that question."

Jeter, 41, and model Hannah Davis were married last month and for the most part have kept a low profile.

When not performing husbandly duties, Jeter said he is doing "a lot of business stuff. I'm in Tampa most of the time. I come back and forth to do some business things here, especially with (The Players Tribune website he controls). But for the most part, I'm in Tampa."

Marc Topkin, Times staff writer

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