It’s date night in Miami!
Derek Jeter and his wife Hannah attended Game 4 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference finals between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat Tuesday night, just weeks after the couple welcomed their newborn son.
The couple was spotted sitting courtside at Kaseya Center in Miami when the cameras panned on the former Yankees icon and partner sitting by each other’s sides.
Jeter sported a plain white-colored button-down shirt with dark-blue jeans, while his model wife Hannah wore a black t-shirt and light-blue jeans.
One familiar face at the game was Jeter’s former Yankees teammate, Alex Rodriguez, who sat next to Minnesota Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards.
Other notable celebs in attendance to watch the Celtics avoid a sweep with their 116-99 win over the Heat were Ivanka Trump, PGA Champion Brooks Koepka, and actor Jeremy Piven.
Jeter surprised the world on May 8 when he announced that he and Hannah welcomed their fourth child together, son Kaius Green Jeter.
He announced Kaius was born on May 5.
“Welcome to the world lil man!!” Jeter captioned the post.
The legendary Yankees infielder and his wife Hannah, known for her appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, tied the knot in July of 2016 after being engaged for nearly a year.
Together they share daughters Bella Raine, 5, Story Grey, 4, River Rose, 1, and newborn son Kaius.
Fans on Twitter had a field day with posts about Jeter and A-Rod both attending the game.
“If I were a Miami Heat fan, not sure I would have allowed Jeter & A-Rod in the building up 3-0,” one person joked.
“Derek jeter and a-rod cursing the heat with their presence at game 4 while the Celtics go on to win the finals is my all-time favorite NBA storyline,” another user jokingly posted.
Jeter stepped away from his role as CEO of the Miami Marlins in 2022 and will serve as an MLB analyst for Fox Sports.
He will be teamed on the set with Rodriguez and Red Sox legend David Ortiz for special events throughout the season, including the 2023 MLB London Series on June 24 — where he will make his debut and the MLB All-Star Game, the network announced.