Either that, or he's on team Jeter's payroll. In this article he purports to describe all the possible landing spots for Jeter "if the Yankees" truly don't want him. (Nowhere in this fiction does he acknowledge that the Yankess are offering $15M/year, and that the team trying to fit Jeter in would by definition have to exceed that). While there is a lot to be amused at, including the suggestion that it would only take "some" of the Giants' postseaon revenues to sign Jeter, for my money, the most amusing quote is when he says "unfortunately for the Cubs" their existing commitment to Soriano makes it unlikely they could afford to sign Jeter, move him to third, and either trade A-Ram or move him to first. Yeah, Phil, how unfortunate we can't afford to do that.