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Derek Jeter option year has incentives

Updated: December 10, 2010, 4:04 PM ET
By Jayson Stark | ESPN.com

If Derek Jeter is going to be a $17 million man in 2014, he's going to need a new trophy case -- because the only way he can earn that salary is to collect a lot of trophies over the next three years.

Jeter signed a three-year, $51 million deal with the New York Yankees this week that contains a player option for 2014.

It was that complicated 2014 clause that helped Jeter and the Yankees bridge their negotiating gap last week. Now ESPN.com has learned the details of that clause ...

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