Derek Jeter and the Yankees are still locked in one of the strangest contract negotiations in recent memory.

Given the decline that the Yankee shortstop experienced in 2010, the line drawn in the sand by the Yankees is pretty fair. Paying $15 million a year for a player who’s going to hit .270 with limited range in the infield is pretty generous.

And right now, it’s not very likely that Jeter is going to get a better offer from anybody else.

But what if the Yankees decide to just let him go? That would leave them with $15-20 million to spend.

Here are 10 things they could do with it.

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