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Curtis Granderson, Derek Jeter, and Money Laundering - PROOF

SongInTheAir

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It's no secret that Derek Jeter and Curtis Granderson were both Yankees of New York at one point as teammates. Now, as Marlins of Miami, Granderson essentially works for Jeter. Granderson is batting .189 but still plays almost every day.

A THEORY:

Curtis Granderson is helping Derek Jeter launder money. Granderson makes $1,750,000. Jeter lets him continue his dream of playing major league baseball. Granderson then gives that money back to Jeter in some clandestine manner that allows MLB to think that Jeter is paying for a team and not tanking plus lowering his own personal tax status. 

This may even be the case with guys like JT Riddle ($560,000), Starlin Castro ($11,857,143), and Jose Urena ($3,200,000).

In conclusion,

#fuckjeter

 

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Can I get the tl;dr on this?

 

SonOfJack

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Jeter has dirty money.  He washes it through guys like Curtis Granderson.
So he puts money in a shower with Granderson? That’s kinda weird.

Not to mention, it is a good way to ruin dollar bills.

 

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It's no secret that Derek Jeter and Curtis Granderson were both Yankees of New York at one point as teammates. Now, as Marlins of Miami, Granderson essentially works for Jeter. Granderson is batting .189 but still plays almost every day.

A THEORY:

Curtis Granderson is helping Derek Jeter launder money. Granderson makes $1,750,000. Jeter lets him continue his dream of playing major league baseball. Granderson then gives that money back to Jeter in some clandestine manner that allows MLB to think that Jeter is paying for a team and not tanking plus lowering his own personal tax status. 

This may even be the case with guys like JT Riddle ($560,000), Starlin Castro ($11,857,143), and Jose Urena ($3,200,000).

In conclusion,

#fuckjeter
Riddle wins it, he pays Jeter the fewest to play in the majors …

 

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