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Here’s the video of Cameron Diaz feeding Alex Rodriguez during the Super Bowl…just in case you didn’t watch it. Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal rates A-Rod’s “Popcorn Shame”.

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(Photos courtesy of Steve Scott/WCBS 880)

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“I’d never felt what I felt before when I walked out of that dugout. I felt the raw emotion of the Yankee fans.” -George W. Bush

“I didn’t vote for him, but at that point my personal feelings about him as a politician was gone. I watched him and he was my representative, and I had never felt that before.” -David Fisher

“United we stand. We stand together in face of this threat. We will play baseball in the midst of the beginnings of this war. No matter what the threat may be to us, the United States of America will stand strong and will never be intimidated.” -George W. Bush

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Let’s hope none of the Yankee players drink too much Dr. Pepper (like Forrest Gump did, before meeting John F. Kennedy) prior to meeting President Barack Obama.

The New York Yankees will take a trip to the White House today, as they were invited by President Barack Obama to congratulate and honor the 2009 World Series Champions. He will be welcoming the team through the gates of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The Yankees ball club have met with some of the most recent U.S. presidents, including Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, but those trips occurred over a decade ago.

Not only will they be meeting with the President Barack Obama, but they will be making the rounds in the D.C. area:

Prior to President Obama’s reception on Monday afternoon, Yankees players, coaches and executives will take the trophy to Walter Reed Medical Center and the Malone House. Led by managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner, club president Randy Levine and general manager Brian Cashman, the Yankees party will visit with wounded soldiers.

With the official White House visit as the primary event, the Yankees will turn their three-day presence in the vicinity of the capital into a showcase tour of the World Series trophy, highlighted by a Tuesday visit with Supreme Court Justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor.

The trophy tour will continue Tuesday at various Washington, D.C., locations, highlighted by an afternoon audience with Sotomayor.

Prior to the Tuesday game against the Orioles, the Yankees will be joined on the field during batting practice by 20 invited wounded veterans from Walter Reed and Bethesda Naval Hospital — which Yankees players will be visiting the next day, the 2009 World Series Trophy in tow.

Some of the Yankees thoughts about Obama and the White House trip:

“I think everyone enjoys trips to the White House, because not everyone has the opportunity to do it,” Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter said. “If you have that opportunity, I think it’s something that people remember.”

“It’s a privilege you get whenever you win the World Series,” Pettitte said. “It’s definitely going to be fun, for sure.

“Growing up, seeing the Oval Office, you see the president talking and stuff like that. All of a sudden, you’re standing there. It’s like the first time you go to Fenway [Park] or the first time you go to Wrigley Field — that’s what it kind of was for me.”

“Not too many people get an opportunity to meet the president,” Jeter said. “It’s kind of awkward when they know who you are, you know what I mean? That was probably the weirdest thing.” (more…)

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