After signing that huge 10-year, $189 million contract in the offseason, it would appear that Derek Jeter will be the last Yankee to ever wear #2. When Torre retires in the next few years, his #6 will also be hung from the rafters, so to speak. When Jeter eventually hangs up his cleats, then, it will leave no single-digit numbers left for future pinstripers. A few notable Yanks have donned #2 before him. Gehrig-era third baseman Red Rolfe, long-time coach Frank Crosetti, and current TV announcer Bobby Murcer all wore numero dos.