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  1. Jeter's next deal won't be about the money

    Rob Neyer

    Reuters talked to a couple of sabermetrically inclined analysts about the sort of money that Derek Jeter's likely to make with his next contract: Jeter could increase his value with an exceptional performance in the remainder of the playoffs, espec...

    Blog | October 14, 2010
  2. The Yankee 'Eras,' 1903-2010

    Rob Neyer

    I've recently become obsessed with the notion that every major league franchise's history can be divided (and I should grant, somewhat messily) into specific "eras" that correspond with particular players. I'm not talking about identifying each franc...

    Blog | May 06, 2010
  3. Yanks' 'Core 4' aging ... but this fast?

    Rob Neyer

    My friend Allen Barra on some surprising projections for a quartet of aging Bombers: If Nate Silver is correct, both the Democratic Party and the New York Yankees might be headed for tough times this fall. The ace political pollster/baseball analyst...

    Blog | March 19, 2010
  4. Will Captain Jetes threaten Charlie Hustle?

    Rob Neyer

    By way of introduction, I'll just say that Johnny Damon still isn't signed and spring training's still a few weeks away. So there's no harm in engaging in a bit of pie-in-the-sky ... A friend of mine, one who's not a Yankees fan, recently said to m...

    Blog | January 25, 2010
  5. Give Jeter the Irving Thalberg

    Rob Neyer

    I told you this would happen: Interesting question posed to Tim Kurkjian Thursday. Does Mariano Rivera have a shot at the Cy Young? The short answer is no. Zack Greinke-unless he completely and utterly implodes-is getting it. He all but wrapped it...

    Blog | September 04, 2009
  6. Captain Jetes instead of Tex?

    Rob Neyer

    The man who invented the term "Jeterate" now wonders if the namesake is underrated. Money quote: He's a great player having another great season. He's one of the best hitting shortstops in baseball history. He's an absolute fir...

    Blog | August 19, 2009
  7. Rob Neyer's all-time American League All-Star team

    Rob Neyer

    Rob Neyer picks his all-time American League All-Star team since the All-Star era began in 1933.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2009
  8. No Soriano means no juggernaut

    Rob Neyer

    With Alfonso Soriano no longer around, the Yankees' offense isn't as good as it was expected to be.

    Story | Conversation | May 21, 2004
  9. Vidro would be perfect fit for Yanks

    Rob Neyer

    While acquiring Alex Rodriguez bolsters the Yankees' lineup, they now have a glaring hole at second base.

    Story | Conversation | February 16, 2004
  10. No Rivera in Game 4? Inexcusable

    Rob Neyer

    Pardon Jack McKeon for lifting Carl Pavano in Game 4, but not Joe Torre for sitting Mariano Rivera.

    Story | Conversation | October 23, 2003
  11. Yankees should be Series bound

    Rob Neyer

    The Yankees should win their series against the Red Sox, except this postseason has been anything but predictable.

    Story | Conversation | October 08, 2003
  12. Don't get caught up in this bias and that bias

    Rob Neyer

    While Fenway Park is a far better ballpark than Yankee Stadium, if you don't agree don't get hysterical about it.

    Story | Conversation | July 29, 2003
  13. Law of averages caught up to Yankees

    Rob Neyer

    The way the Yankees are swinging this season, it's no surprise they were no-hit by the Astros.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2003
  14. Magic number for Yankees, Tigers: 110

    Rob Neyer

    When you talk of teams on opposite spectrums, look no farther than the Yankees and Tigers.

    Story | Conversation | April 23, 2003
  15. Yanks celebrate with YES deal, suffer with Jeter injury

    Rob Neyer

    While the Yankees will cash in with their new YES TV deal, they will certainly feel the effects from the injury to Derek Jeter.

    Story | Conversation | April 01, 2003
  16. The interview: Malcolm Gladwell

    Rob Neyer

    New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell has some interesting takes on baseball, home runs and drug use.

    Story | Conversation | June 04, 2002