Derek Jeter reveals his position with A-Rod after saying he’s not a ‘real friend’
Derek Jeter admits that there isn’t any bad blood between him and his former teammates Alex Rodriguez in a new interview with Have a nice day in New York, on Thursday, July 28. The former New York Yankees player revealed that he contacted a third person once, after a scene from his documentary Captain, when he said that A-Rod was not “a true friend”.
With Derek’s comments in the documentary, the interviewer asked the former ball player where he and his teammates used to stand, and he said they were fine. “We talked. There is no wedge. Everything is good,” he explained. “There is no problem between Alex and me.”
inside new documentary from ESPNDerek shared about being “annoyed” by an interview that Alex gave Mr.. “As a friend, I am loyal. I just looked at it like, ‘I’m not going to do that.’ And then there’s the media. Hammer continuously into the nail. They kept banging it in. It just becomes noise, which frustrates me,” he said in the document, saying The New York Post. “It goes back to trust, loyalty. This is how the guy feels. He’s not a real friend, that’s how I feel. Because I wouldn’t do that to a friend. “
Overall, Hall-of-Famer says he feels like his teammates have “decreased” his abilities. In Mr. In an interview, A-Rod talked about Derek hitting second in the Yankees batting lineup. “You never say, ‘Don’t let Derek beat you. “It was never your concern,” he said at one point. In a similar interview, Alex said, “There’s nothing he does better than me.”
After A-Rod clearly hit the nerve with baseball legend, Alex has admitted to feeling guilty about what he said and how it was portrayed after the story was published. “When that came out, I felt really bad about it,” he said in the documentary.