Some insiders feel Derek Jeter could try to lure Yankees GM Brian Cashman to the Marlins next season, according to FanRag Sports' Robert Murray.
Cashman's contract with the Yankees is set to expire at the end of the year.
"No one directly involved in the situation will comment on it, and it remains to be seen whether Cashman entertains the idea of leaving the Yankees," Murray writes. "But that hasn't stopped people in the game from talking."
To get Cashman down to Miami, "one person outside of the situation" said that Jeter would have to "blow him away money-wise" as well as make him the president of baseball operations.
Jeter, along with majority investor Bruce Sherman and other investors, recently struck a deal with Marlins' owner Jeffrey Loria to purchase the franchise for $1.2 billion.
Cashman has been only with the Yankees during his career in professional baseball. He joined the team in 1998.