Step-by-Step Plan for Yankees to Give Derek Jeter One Final Ring in 2014

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Step-by-Step Plan for Yankees to Give Derek Jeter One Final Ring in 2014
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Jeter is hoping to add a sixth World Series ring to his collection before retiring after the 2014 season.

In a recent survey of 23 front office executives conducted by ESPN's Jayson Stark, the New York Yankees were chosen as the most improved team of the offseason. And, at least on paper, that's probably true.

But for a team that may have had more glaring weaknesses on their big league roster than any other team in baseball heading into the offseason, it doesn't necessarily put them in line for a playoff spot and another World Series championship. 

With a lot less questions to answer now and much more room for error on this Yankees team, however, it does make it much more likely that future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, who announced that he will retire after the 2014 season, can go out on top with what would be his sixth World Series championship.

Several things will need to fall into place, though. Here's a step-by-step plan for the Yankees to give the 13-time All-Star one final ring before he hangs up his cleats.

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