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You may recall that the New York Post revealed EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS of a much more rotund Derek Jeter. And though we all know that Jeter is recovering from ankle surgery and can’t do much in the way of exercise, the Post felt it was important that you see Jeter’s new gut.
Now on the heels of the Post’s EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS, the MLB Network Twitter account, with the help of Harold Reynolds, feels it’s important that you see that Jeter either has lost weight or never gained any weight at all.
Harold Reynolds had lunch with Derek Jeter yesterday and sets the record straight on The Captain’s weight: twitter.com/MLBNetwork/sta…
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) December 3, 2012
Your move, New York Post.
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