RUNNING BASES: While jewelry isn’t necessarily his thing — aside from his World Series championship rings — watches are certainly an accessory New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter uses to his advantage. “A long time ago someone told me that a watch is the first thing a woman looks at on a man,” said Jeter, one of New York’s most famed bachelors, at the Four Seasons restaurant on Tuesday, where he helped launch a new collection of limited and special edition Movado 800 Derek Jeter Chronographs. Jeter, who is featured in the brand’s advertising campaign, worked closely with Movado on the development of the collection, which includes a 47-ml. rose gold chronograph engraved with Jeter’s name and number (2) and costs $25,000. “I don’t like anything that’s too flashy,” mused Jeter about watches. Movado is donating $100,000 to Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation. As for his attire outside the pinstripes, Jeter likes to play it casual. “I live in Florida in the off-season,” he said, motioning that Florida isn’t the kind of state that requires a jacket and tie.