• What Happens In Vegas……Doesn’t Always Stay There

    Posted by on November 28th, 2006 · Comments (5)

    Glitter and Gossip this morning:

    As we reported a few weeks ago, actress Jessica Biel has become coupled with Yankees star Derek Jeter, and they’re still going strong.

    Over the holiday weekend, they were spotted at Wynn Las Vegas’s Tryst, sneaking kisses at a VIP table where they kept company with Jeter’s teammates Alex Rodriguez and Jason Giambi.

    On Sunday night, the cozy pair played blackjack at Palms Casino Resort’s Mint Lounge and then went on to dinner at the Palms’ Nine restaurant and a stop at Hard Rock’s Body English nightclub.

    A-Rod was there?

    I want to see a confirm on that before I believe it.

    Comments on What Happens In Vegas……Doesn’t Always Stay There

    1. rmd0311
      November 28th, 2006 | 11:31 am

      It is a bit tuff to swallow give the history… But if its true, its a big step.

      I sincerely expect an amazing year for AROD next year. This can only HELP.

    2. November 28th, 2006 | 12:21 pm

      Giambi the bridge builder?

    3. Raf
      November 28th, 2006 | 12:24 pm

      I sincerely expect an amazing year for AROD next year. This can only HELP.
      I’m looking for an average of the 3 years.

    4. adam
      November 28th, 2006 | 1:26 pm

      a-rod should be pissed at giambi too after that SI article.

      i’ll be your friend alex.

    5. baileywalk
      November 28th, 2006 | 1:50 pm

      Actually, A-Rod humiliated Giambi in that article. Giambi told a story about a big, passionate speech he gave A-Rod about his struggles and about how he would help him and blah, blah, blah. And then Verducci asks A-Rod about it and he says he doesn’t remember it happening. Ouch.

      But apparently Giambi doesn’t care about such things. You can step on him all you want, and he’ll still be the best friend you ever had.

      Giambi is the anti-A-Rod/Jeter. He lets things roll off his back, doesn’t worry too much, and never holds grudges.

      Maybe if they were like that the clubhouse wouldn’t be written about as a teenage soap opera.

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