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Can you name the MLB shortstops with a higher OPS (min 200 at bats) than Derek Jeter?
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Derek Jeter, Yankee shortstop and captain, became a free agent after the 2010 season. Can you name every MLB shortstop who accrued a higher OPS (OnBase+Slugging Percentage, min 200 at bats) in 2010?
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2010 OPS (Jeter = 0.710)
2010 Salary (Jeter=$22,600,000)
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Nov 7th, 2010 at 17:08 GMT
What does his salary have to do with this? He made a lot of money because he is a 15 year veteran. In the same vein, Barry Zito made more in 2010 than Lincecum, Cain, Sanchez, and Bumgarner combined. Also, JJ Hardy made 5.1M, not 510K
Nov 7th, 2010 at 17:16 GMT
Oh, I just thought the salary was interesting, especially since we don't yet know what it will be next year. Timing of free agency tends to dictate your salary; note how low Starlin Castro's salary was (it was actually lower, since he wasn't in the majors the whole time) only because he is a rookie and has years before free agency.
Nov 7th, 2010 at 21:00 GMT
The salary does matter. On the open market, Jeter might be worth about 7-20 mllion a year. If the Yanks pay him anywhere near 20 million, it just shows how their revenues effects what they do.
Nov 7th, 2010 at 22:21 GMT
yup. He is an all-time Yankee, but it actually looks like the orginization might take a stand with him this off-season, indicating things might get "messy". He is one of the best (read top 15) SS of all-time, but his reputation is built largely on his postseason stats. Hard to call him a great hitter and he's never been better than average in the field.
Jan 1st, 2013 at 01:01 GMT
His salary is a non-starter...there is nothing here that has anything to do with his salary...
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