Raissman: Fans, media on verge of mutiny against the Captain
Derek Jeter is approaching 3,000 career hits, but you wouldn't know it based on the public response to the Yankee captain's latest slump at the plate.
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#1 May 4, 2011
Brian Cashman was correct in not wanting to give Jeter more than two years claiming correctly that no other team would have done so or been as generous. The real problem in addition to his deteriorating offense is Jeter's iconic status with the organization puts the manager in an awkward position if he drops him down in the batting order which he should. This will likely cause clubhouse dissension unless Jeter goes to the manager and suggests the move himself. Don't hold your breath,it was a terrible deal and you reap what you sow!
#2 May 4, 2011
Either Jeter starts producing at the plate or they gotta move him down to the 7 or 8 spot. This is getting ridiculous. He's still OK at short, though of course his range isn't what it once was. He's aging fast.
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