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Before becoming a star shortstop for the New York Yankees, Derek Jeter was the starting shortstop on the Central High School baseball team in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Last month, a scouting report done by Colorado Rockies before Jeter was drafted by the Bronx Bombers has surfaced on the Internet and just based on the comments in the final section, this scout believed that Mr. Jeter would be a successful pro:
(Courtesy of Michigan Live)
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