Derek Jeter attends premiere of upcoming series The Captain in New York City with wife Hannah Jeter

Derek Jeter attends premiere of upcoming series The Captain in New York City with wife Hannah Jeter

Derek Jeter hit it out of the park in the style department on Sunday at the premiere of his upcoming ESPN docuseries The Captain in New York City.

The 47-year-old New York Yankees legend wore a tan suit along with a plain white T-shirt for the event at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center as part of the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival.

Derek completed his outfit with two-toned sneakers.

Team captain: Derek Jeter hit it out of the park in the style department on Sunday at the premiere of The Captain in New York City

Team captain: Derek Jeter hit it out of the park in the style department on Sunday at the premiere of The Captain in New York City

The five-time World Series champion was accompanied by his wife Hannah Jeter, 32.

She looked stunning in a black jacket over a sheer black top along with black shorts.

Hannah completed her outfit with open-toed platform heels.

She had her brown hair down around her shoulders and accessorized with earrings.

Showing support: The five-time World Series champion was accompanied by his wife Hannah Jeter, 32

Showing support: The five-time World Series champion was accompanied by his wife Hannah Jeter, 32

Black outfit: Hannah looked stunning in a black jacket over a sheer black top along with black shorts

Black outfit: Hannah looked stunning in a black jacket over a sheer black top along with black shorts

Derek at the premiere for the upcoming miniseries teamed up for a group photo with The Captain producer Michael Tollin, director Randy Wilkins and ESPN chairman Jimmy Pitaro.

Spike Lee, 65, also is an executive producer of The Captain.

The six-part documentary series will profile Derek who spent his 20-year Major League Baseball career with the Yankees.

Group photo: Derek at the premiere for the upcoming miniseries teamed up for a group photo with The Captain producer Michael Tollin, director Randy Wilkins and ESPN chairman Jimmy Pitaro

Group photo: Derek at the premiere for the upcoming miniseries teamed up for a group photo with The Captain producer Michael Tollin, director Randy Wilkins and ESPN chairman Jimmy Pitaro

‘Once you win, there’s nothing else to do but win again,’ Derek said in a trailer for the series.

The Captain will begin airing on July 18 on ESPN and the ESPN+ streaming service.

According to a release, the series will ‘tell the story of one of the greatest icons in modern sports and reveal the man behind the icon.’

Executive producer: Spike Lee, 65, also is an executive producer of The Captain

Executive producer: Spike Lee, 65, also is an executive producer of The Captain

Former coach: Former Yankees coach Joe Torre attended the premiere with Alice Wolterman

Former coach: Former Yankees coach Joe Torre attended the premiere with Alice Wolterman

Lefty pitcher: Former Yankees player CC Sabathia attended with his wife Amber

Lefty pitcher: Former Yankees player CC Sabathia attended with his wife Amber

‘The documentary series will use Jeter’s journey as a vessel to tell a larger cultural story that explores race, family, community, rivalries and more. The heartbeat of the project is candid access to the man who helped restore shine to a team, a city and a culture,’ the description read.

Derek and Hannah have been married since July 2016.

They have three daughters together: Bella Raine, four, Story Grey, three, and six-month-old River Rose.

Yankees legend: Jeter, shown in May 2014 in a game against the New York Mets, spent his 20-year career with the New York Yankees, won five World Series championships and was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame

Yankees legend: Jeter, shown in May 2014 in a game against the New York Mets, spent his 20-year career with the New York Yankees, won five World Series championships and was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame

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