The man who treats his privacy in stricter terms than any HIPPA paperwork you sign at the doctor's office is about to open his doors to the public.
Derek Jeter, captain of the Yankees, agreed to let camera crews document his pursuit of career hit No. 3,000. HBO is expected to air the show a few weeks after he gets the milestone hit. Jeter has 2,994 career hits entering Tuesday night's game in Cleveland.
Major League Baseball Productions began following Jeter in Tampa while he was rehabbing his strained right calf. The documentary, titled "Derek Jeter 3K," will include new interviews with family, friends and teammates, and is said to also feature interviews with Minka Kelly (his girlfriend) and Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner.