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  1. Jeter’s Final Act Steals Show at MLB All-Star Game

    The American League defeated the National 5-3 in baseball’s Midsummer Classic, but the night belonged to Derek Jeter, the Yankee shortstop making his 14th and final All-Star appearance. “His life’s a movie,” manager Joe Girardi once said of Jeter, who went 2 for 2, including a double on the first pitch he saw. But this particular scene ended with a controversial twist after Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright hinted he intentionally grooved the pitch to the 40-year-old slugger.

    USA Today, Bleacher Report

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