Yankees Sign Captain Derek Jeter To 1-Year, $12 Million ContractIn a sign of confidence that Derek Jeter will return to shortstop next season, the New York Yankees agreed Friday to a $12 million, one-year contract with their captain.
Sources: Yankees, Jeter Reach Contract AgreementDerek Jeter and the New York Yankees reached a preliminary agreement Saturday on a $51 million, three-year contract with an $8 million player option for 2014.
Hank & Hal 'Confident' Jeter Will Re-SignHank Steinbrenner thinks Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees will agree to a new contract.
All's Still Quiet On Jeter FrontDerek Jeter and the Yankees haven't held contract talks in more than a week and the shortstop's agent has yet to make a formal proposal, according to a baseball executive familiar with the negotiations.
Yankees' Cashman: Jeter Offer Is Fair; Age A ConcernFiring back at Derek Jeter's agent for comments made over the weekend, GM Brian Cashman described the Yankees' offer as "appropriate" and "fair."
Agent: Jeter's Value Can't Be 'Overstated'Derek Jeter's agent has fired back at Hal Steinbrenner, just one day after the Yankees' co-owner discussed the shortstop's contract situation with Mike Francesa.
Sweeny Says: What Will Jeter Get?Jeter wants to be a Yankee, and the Yankees want to keep him, and his value on the open market is a fraction of what his value is with the Yankees. What makes this so interesting? The final numbers.