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Derek Jeter Should Not Hit 2nd for New York Yankees in 2014

class="ui-droppable">New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has hit either first or second for nearly his entire major league career, but 2014 is the season that his run atop the Yankees' lineup should come to a close.

Jeter, who played just 17 games last season because of a variety of leg issues, is on track to be at full strength by Opening Day 2014. At least, that's what he's been telling everybody.



That being said, general manager Brian Cashman has made moves this offseason that necessitate some lineup shuffling. Losing Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners has prompted some creativity in the middle of the order—especially if Alex Rodriguez is suspended—but the signing of Jacoby Ellsbury to hit in the top-third of the ...

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