The longtime captain will marry "Friday Night Lights" actress Minka Kelly on Nov. 5, according to a report from the New York Post.
The glorious union of souls will supposedly take place an the lavish Long Island Oheka Castle.
We know this because the Post sent a reporter posed as a bride-to-be and slyly looked at the venue's date book. Pulitzer, here they come.
If Jeter does tie the knot with Kelly, it will be the end of an long and illustrious run as Manhattan's most prominent bachelor.
But, before you rush out and look at the couple's registry, know that there is some skepticism regarding this gossip.