This probably isn't really "Jeter's Girl," but odds are she's not the only gal (or guy) in NYC with a Jeter jersey. Take a look at the best-selling jerseys in baseball, according to MLB and the MLB Players Association.
Brett Lawrie, Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto is fiercely loyal to the Blue Jays, which helped 3B Lawrie crack the top 20 for the first time.
The Tigers slugger moved from first base to third base to accommodate the addition of Prince Fielder. Then all he did was contend for the Triple Crown, an achievement that hasn't been reached since 1967, until the final days of the 2012 season. Fans took notice.
Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals
World Series championship, hefty new contract and now his jerseys are flying off the shelves. Looks like baseball-mad Cards fans turned their affection to the Gold Glove catcher after Albert Pujols left town.
Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
There's a lot of love for the young Giants catcher, who made an impressive comeback in 2012 from a gruesome collision at home plate in 2011.
Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
The Blue Jays star's prolific home run numbers obviously makes him popular among fans.
Prince Fielder, Detroit Tigers
Prince grew up in a Tigers jersey when his dad Cecil played in Detroit. Fans enthusiastically welcomed home their favorite son in 2012 by snapping up his No. 28 jersey.
Ian Kinsler, Texas Rangers
Two straight trips to the Fall Classic can do lots for a guy's merchandising numbers, even though the Rangers have yet to win a World Series championship.
Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
He already has an NL MVP award to his name, plus the Canadian-born star has fans on both sides of the border.
David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals
Postseason heroics go a long way toward upping your profile. That's one reason 2011's World Series MVP shot up the list of most popular jerseys.
Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers
With his movie-star looks and mad skills, Kemp is the face of Tinseltown's superstar-laden, flagship franchise. Of course his jerseys are box-office hits.
Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
The 2011 Home Run Derby champ is quickly becoming one of the game's superstars. Turns out the better your on-field stats, the more popular your gear is.
Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers
A no-hitter, 24 wins, an AL MVP award and the AL Cy Young all added up to increased popularity for the goal-oriented pitcher. He made the list of best-sellers for the first time in 2011 and repeated in 2012.
Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves
Atlanta Braves switch-hitting third baseman played his last season in 2012, and fans grabbed his jersey to pay tribute to him.
Yu Darvish, Texas Rangers
One of baseball's most famous imports is already a fan favorite. Before he even made his first major league pitch in 2012, Darvish was already a merchandise winner.
The Pirates slugging center fielder nearly led his team to a winning season in 2012. In the end, the Bucs weren't able to snap a 20-year streak of losing seasons, but fans still took notice of McCutchen.
Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
He possesses wholesome good looks and play that's regularly compared to Mickey Mantle. Is it any wonder he's on this list?
Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
This brash rookie burst onto the scene in 2012 and quickly made his presence known. He's already a fan favorite and he's still a teenager.
Ichiro Suzuki, New York Yankees
Ichiro, who is wildly popular in his native Japan, was traded from the Seattle Mariners to the Yankees in July 2012 and proved to be as popular on the east coast as he was on the west.
Josh Hamilton, Texas Rangers
Josh Hamilton's comeback story is fodder for a big-budget movie. If Hollywood execs are curious whether people would come out to see a story about Hamilton, they just need to look at the perennial MVP candidate's jersey sales.
Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
Surprise, surprise! Mr. New York's jersey is cemented at the top of the list of best-selling jerseys. The Yankees shortstop has been a fan favorite for over a decade. When women want him, and men want to be him, it can't be too hard to sell Derek Jeter jerseys.