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Some good news out of Yankee camp today, as Derek Jeter is just about set to return to game action. After receiving “final clearance” on his ankle yesterday, it’s just a matter of time before the Captain will take his place back atop the lineup.
WFAN’s Sweeny Murti said that Jeter could play as early as tomorrow, although last week manager Joe Girardi was shooting for a March 10 return. Girardi will check with Jeter tomorrow morning and see if he will be okay with playing against the Braves in a 1:05 pm contest in Tampa. He will DH in the first game he appears in and will probably only take two at-bats.
Jeter is on track to be the Opening Day shortstop barring any setback.
Joe Girardi said Derek Jeter could play as early as tomorrow. Will check with Jeter in the a.m. Will DH in his first game, prob only 2 ABs.
— Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) March 8, 2013
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New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking an ankle last fall in the AL championship series.
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It's unlikely that Derek Jeter will be making his spring debut this Sunday against the Blue Jays — the March 10 date which the New York Yankees had circled on their calenders a couple of weeks ago.
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The big story coming out of Tampa today for the New York Yankees was Mariano Rivera's official announcement that he was retiring. But the big news was Derek Jeter playing in his first game since undergoing ankle surgery and looking like he will be staying around for a while.
Jeter led off the bottom of the 1st inning against the Atlanta Braves Mike Minor by slapping a single...
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera returned from injuries to make their 2013 spring training debuts Saturday in the New York Yankees' 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
The 38-year-old Jeter was a designated hitter and singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking his left ankle on Oct. 13 in the AL championship series opener. Jeter, who missed...
Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera returned from injuries to make their 2013 spring training debuts Saturday in the New York Yankees' 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
The 38-year-old Jeter was a designated hitter and singled sharply to left field on his first pitch since breaking his left ankle on Oct. 13 in the AL championship series opener. Jeter, who missed New York's first...
From Andrew Marchand:Before Mariano Rivera ever became the closer, Derek Jeter's potential saved him from becoming an ex-Yankee.
“It was close,” Yankees GM Brian Cashman said.
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The New York Yankees have spent the beginning of the
exhibition season without shortstop Derek Jeter and starting pitcher Andy
Pettitte. However, both veterans are expected to make their spring training
debuts soon, according to Adam Berry and Matthew Leach of MLB.com.
Pettitte threw a simulated game Friday morning, facing three
hitters – including Jeter. Following...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter says his fractured left ankle is "100 percent healed" and he's ready to play ball.
"It is 100 percent healed, and now we move forward," Jeter said
Haven't done a link dump in a while, figured I'd start today:
- Richard Justice calls the Yankees trio of Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte "a timeless classic" in this article for MLB.com.
- Joel Sherman says that Mariano was what separated the Yankees from everyone else. I would have to agree.
- After CC Sabathia sim game today, he's...
We all hate the Yankees. Generally that means hating all the Yankee players. Still, some of us do have soft spots for some of them. Plenty of Red Sox fans admire Derek Jeter's professionalism. For me, I'll miss watching the greatest relief pitcher of all time take the mound.
Mariano Rivera announced that the 2013 season will be his last. He likely would've retired at...