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In this frame grab of The Beckett Blog by Beckett Media, on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010, baseball player Derek Jeter is featured in the jerseys of all 30 major league teams, on a blog page titled "TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS."  With the New York Yankees captain and his team still apart in contract negotiations, Beckett Media, which prices baseball cards, playfully envisioned him with the Red Sox, Pirates, Royals and Cardinals, among others. (AP Photo/The Beckett Blog)

In this frame grab of The Beckett Blog by Beckett Media, on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010, baseball player Derek Jeter is featured in the jerseys of all 30 major league teams, on a blog page titled "TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS." With the New York Yankees captain and his team still apart in contract negotiations, Beckett Media, which prices baseball cards, playfully envisioned him with the Red Sox, Pirates, Royals and Cardinals, among others. (AP Photo/The Beckett Blog)

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