Latest Jeter, A-Rod non-story has Chicago twist

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While the Yankees were in town last weekend losing three of four games to the White Sox, the team’s marquee players — Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter — paid a visit to River North cool-kid-hang-out Sunda.

The fact that the pair didn’t sit together was observed by an observer.

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The Yankees’ two biggest stars didn’t act like friends the other night. Derek Jeter (above) and Alex Rodriguez, in Chicago to play the White Sox, both ended up at Sunda Asian restaurant Saturday night. They sat at separate tables, said one onlooker, and didn’t speak to each other at all.

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