With Derek Jeter’s contract expiring and management questioning his worth after his subpar postseason, many have begun speculating which team Jeter will play for next season.

Jeter finished the 2010 campaign with a .270 batting average, .340 on base percentage, and .370 slugging percentage, all of which well below his career averages.

He scored 111 runs, stole 18 bases, connected on 10 homers, and drove in 67 runs.  

This decline in production has led many to question how much he deserves to get paid, where he deserves to hit in a lineup and which position he should play on the field.

However, he remains one of the leading figures in all of sports, and Jeter will bring revenue and a strong veteran presence to whichever team he plays for in 2011.

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