Derek Jeter is on deck to break a baseball record. The Yankee shortstop is reportedly close to signing a deal for a $119 million jackpot paying out over seven years, which would make him the highest-salaried man in the game. But this is one record that isn't likely to stand for long. When Seattle's Alex Rodriguez and Ken Griffey Jr. become free agents next year, either one might break the $200 million mark. In the meantime, New York fans are applauding their favorite son's sweetheart deal. After all, he's helped bring home three championships in four years--and it's George Steinbrenner's money.