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The New York Post reported Monday that a pair of Maryland state troopers stationed in the Yankees dugout asked Derek Jeter and Nick Swisher for their autographs during Sunday's game between Baltimore and New York.
According to a person who witnessed the request, Swisher was "livid" with the policemen.