Coming off a four-game sweep of the Red Sox, the first since 1985, life in Yankeeland hasn't been so sweet since Aaron Boone went deep off Tim Wakefield to send the Bombers into the World Series in 2003. So what could possibly rattle any sense of complacency among the team with the best record and biggest division lead in baseball? How about the Times questioning the long-term security of their captain, Derek Jeter, whose ten-year contract is set to expire at the end of next year? After telling a reporter that there's been no talk of an extension, he was asked if that concerned him. He said, “I haven’t even thought about it. It’s 2009. It’s not 2010. Or 2011.” While no one has seriously suggested the Yankees would ever let Jeter walk before his 3,000th hit with the team came, the paper couldn't resist taking the bait of his somewhat surprising mention of the year he could test the free agent waters. Hopefully GM Brian Cashman won't lose sleep over the quote after all the praise he's receiving for the integral roles played in the sweep by his big acquisitions Mark Teixeira, CC Sabathia and AJ Burnett.