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Yawn. Jeter's back.

With the NBA season over, the wall-to-wall coverage of LeBron James has subsided.

Now, Derek Jeter is the talk of the sports world, pushing Yasiel Puig off the highlight reels for the time being.

I'm sorry, if Jeter played in a market other than New York, there would be little mention of him.

Instead, since he's a Yankee, his triumphant return will be bellowed all day today.

And tomorrow.

And probably after that.

It's too bad that the rest of the media doesn't recognize him as an aging veteran.


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