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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Cal Ripken , Jr.
Cal Ripken addressed the comparison between he and Derek Jeter on Wednesday in an interview on the Dan Patrick Show, and his comments were rather interesting.
"I'd rather have Derek's, and for this reason: a bad year for Derek is losing in the first round of the playoffs," Ripken said. "I was totally jealous of the fact he had a chance to perform and play in the playoffs as everybody's wish and dream is. I had a few chances, which was great, but I wanted a whole lot more than that."
"Everyone has an opinion, everyone has a thought and sometimes people's opinions mean a little more to you than others. But we are two different types of players in many ways," Ripken said. "There's advantages that Derek has, and there are advantages that I have. We'll leave it that."