Police troopers asked for autographs at Yankees game

Two police troopers that were in the  New York Yankees dugout at Camden Yards for last nights game against the Baltimore Orioles apparently asked Nick Swisher and Derek Jeter for their autographs… during the game.

It was the top of the ninth inning when the troopers thought it was an appropriate time to ask the Yankees stars for their signature.

One person that witnessed the request said, “Swish was livid.”

I wonder if these officers have ever heard the term… “a time and a place for everything?.” Maybe they just thought their police status offered them the right to ask for autographs? Who knows, but we can bet that the Yankees will probably request that those two are not the ones in the dugout tonight in Game 2 in fair reason.

Game 1 of the ALDS between the Yankees and Orioles was tied going into the ninth inning when Orioles brought in closer Jim Johnson. He seemed to fall apart and the Yankees ending up winning the game 7-2.

Photo Source: Source: Jason Miller/Getty Images North America

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