Can anyone imagine the Yankees without The Captain -- Derek Jeter -- at shortstop. We may have to get used to it sooner than we think. Longtime New York Daily News national baseball writer Bill Madden says Jeter has lost range to his left (sound familiar, Rangers' fans?) and may face the inevitable move to center field as soon as the 2010 season, at least partially because of the emergence of 23-year-old defensive whiz Ramiro Pena this spring. "When I first saw him three years ago, you could knock the bat out of his hands," a veteran scout told Madden. "But he was a magician with the glove and that made him someone to keep an eye on. Now that he's gained a little weight, put on a little muscle, he's no longer an ‘out.' He can handle the bat. I always felt his glove would get him to the big leagues, but now I can see him as an everyday shortstop." Michael Young a third baseman? Derek Jeter a centerfielder? Sounds like a changing of the guard to me.