Jeter still wants to be the Lord of Yogi's Rings
TAMPA, Fla. - As he awaited spring training here nine years back, Derek Jeter stopped outside the minor league complex to talk about the approaching Giants-Ravens Super Bowl, and to respond to Alex Rodriguez's blitz from the blind side.
Even before his infamous Esquire assault to come, Rodriguez had told a radio audience Jeter's defensive flaws and lack of power would prevent him from scoring A-Rod's $252 million deal. A $180 million contract for Jeter, Rodriguez said, was a lot more ...
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