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Derek Jeter's baseball season may be over, but his romance with Minka Kelly may have only been on temporary hold.
Sources told the New York Post the Yankees slugger flew to Miami on Sunday to meet with the "Charlie's Angels" star.
The two were spotted at Morgans South Beach, "laughing and having a fun breakfast together," according to spies.
"They met up to try to figure it out," one source said. "They are trying to see what the future holds for them.
"They may eventually get back together. This was not some sort of final conversation and meeting between them."
Jeter and Kelly split in August after three years together. Sources said they split because they had reached a lull in the relationship and that she was spending more time in Miami, and that they did not part because of any other parties.
Kelly, meantime, has been reportedly spending time with her "Charlie's Angels" co-star Ramon Rodriguez -- but sources insist the two aren't having a romance.
"They are simply just friends," said one source, adding, "There's nothing beyond that."
Last week, Rodriguez stormed off in a huff before an interview with Billy Bush on "Access Hollywood Live" because a promo on the show referenced his rumored romance with Kelly.
"He decided he didn't want to talk about his co-star and he left before his segment was scheduled to air," a source close to the show said of the fracas.
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