Jeter gets the royal treatment in Toronto

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TORONTO -- It was Christmas in Canada for Derek Jeter on Sunday as the Blue Jays made their contribution to the Jeter Retirement Haul, in the form of a $10,000 check for his Turn 2 Foundation and -- get this -- a three-night, all-expenses-paid trip to the Canadian Castle of the Rockies, which sounds like something you would get in a "Price is Right" showcase.

Actually it sounds pretty cool: Three nights in the 1,500-square-foot "royal suite," a helicopter tour of the Canadian Rockies, a private cooking lesson with the castle's executive chef, a private mixology lesson from the castle's executive bartender, private golf and skiing lessons, and of course, "The Price is Right" home game.

OK, that last gift may have been a fabrication, but the rest is real. Sounds like the perfect gift for the captain who has everything.