Found December 03, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Derek Jeter
TEAMS: New York Yankees
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The New York Post called Derek Jeter fat and embarrassed the Yankees shortstop by running a photo of him last week that made him look overweight. They followed up that photo with a nugget on Sunday saying Jeter was “pigging out” at a restaurant. It looks like their reports are inaccurate, and we have photo evidence that proves otherwise. MLB Network tweeted out the above photo on Monday, and they say it was taken on Sunday when Jeter and former MLB player/current analyst Harold Reynolds had lunch. Jeter also laughed off the New York Post’s story, which called him “Captain Eater.” “I thought it was pretty funny,” Jeter told “The Michael Kay Show” on ESPN Radio. “I guess there’s a lot of things you can do with a picture. The funny thing is we were just talking about, before then, the day or two before then, people were telling me I lost a lot of weight, and then two days later I’m on the front page of the New York Post. They had a little fun with it. But it’s over and done with. “He
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