Yankee President Hank Steinbrenner says that the team does not owe any player anything. (in regards to renewing contacts) One comment by a reader says "Players have no loyalty so why should imbecile fans. the game has changed and all fans everywhere need to speak with their wallets and stay home." Players such as A-Rod brings in some 25 million a years - and who know how much in other endorsements. From the article: "Now 36, Jeter hit .270 with 10 homers, down from a .334 average and 18 homers the previous season. While his RBIs increased by one to 67, his on-base percentage fell from .406 to .340 and his slugging average dropped from .465 to .370. An off year or the start of a career-ending tailoff? No way to tell." He only hit 27% of the time (okay his on-base average was .385) My goodness if I only found 38%- let alone only 27% - of my taxi customers, I doubt I would still have a job. Thoughts?