Inside the house of Yankee legend Derek Jeter

[post_page_title]Conference room[/post_page_title]
Jeter is now a part owner of the Miami Marlins, giving him the role of chief executive. With so much business responsibility, the former shortstop needs to have a place where he can get his affairs in order.

Conference room

While conference rooms were not such a big thing in medieval times, they did have round tables, and Jeter can sit around his table discussing plans of action. Every powerful business executive needs an imposing desk, and Jeter’s is made of rich wood to impress his business associates.

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