You would think one of the biggest New York Yankee legends of all time would miss baseball during his first year out. Nope. Derek Jeter, the five-time World Series Champion has seemed to quickly get over the grind of the MLB.

During an interview with his own The Players Tribune on SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio, Jeter spoke on the subject of what he misses about the game.

“The question I always got was, ‘Do you miss it?’ and I always say, ‘Wait until spring training starts at least or the season starts,’ but to be honest with you, I don’t miss it at all,” Jeter said. “You know, it was the right time for me, so I’m content with what I’m doing now.”

That doesn't mean Jeter won't be in attendance during the year. “ They're retiring a lot of my former teammates’ numbers. … I’m pretty sure I’ll be up there for the festivities. I needed to get away from it for a little bit.”

The one thing Jeter did admit of missing is his guys in the dugout. “I miss my teammates because, you know, you play with guys for a long time,” he said. “But I keep in touch with a few of them. … I’m happy with where I am. … I do not miss the long hours, the working out … you know, it’s a full-time job. I’m glad that I’ve moved on.”

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