(10-01-2012 04:48 AM)fulltritty Wrote: I think he'll finish in 3rd above Stan Musial, but not quite reach Aaron if he plays the next 2 years. I think if Jeter has a bad year next year, though, he will decline his option for 2014. If he has 2 more good years like this year, I wish he and the Yankees would sign him as the every day DH to assault Rose's record, but I don't think that will be acceptable to Jeter if he is not playing SS. Either way, I think he'll go down in history as the greatest SS to ever play.
(10-01-2012 07:35 PM)chrisa19978 Wrote: I think your right as well though I can see the Yankees convincing him to go for the record and finish his career at DH, But only time will tell.
(10-02-2012 05:10 AM)fulltritty Wrote: Don't forget too that the Yankees may be leery to give a contract to Jeter with incentives to beat Rose seeing how much of a disaster the contract and incentives to A-Rod has worked out for trying to beat Aaron and Bonds.
I would love to see it though. Like I said, I think it will be based on how Jeter does the next 2 years. He is all about helping the team win and if he does horrible, he isn't going to accept a deal to play to try and get a personal goal if he is a detriment to the team.
(10-03-2012 07:45 AM)aprirr Wrote: the man who has been the greatest example of what it means to be a Yankee since Joe DiMaggio