"Derek Jeter is the face of the franchise and the contract we just signed with him shows the confidence we have in him as a baseball player for the next four years. No moves are planned or anticipated. He plays more than shortstop on the Yankee's infield. Next question."Maybe he's cruisin' for a bruisin'. Or he misses George. Or feared him. Or wants to move on. Odd, he's always been more circumspect. Something's up.
Besides, I wouldn't put Jeter in the outfield -- don't know if his arm's good enough. And if he's slow on the infield, he'll be useless in left or center. I'm putting him at first base. You?