After all the insults and intrigue, the drama is over and it ended exactly the way everyone though it would. Derek Jeter will remain a New York Yankee.
Several outlets are reporting that Jeter and the only team he’s ever played for agreed to a contract on Saturday afternoon. It will be a three-year deal with the option for a fourth, that will pay about $17M per season — or slightly more than the reported $15 million offer originally given by the Yankees.
Jeter made $18.9M in the final year of his previous contract.
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