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In the rare piece of good news for the New York Yankees, Derek Jeter may be returning to the field soon. While Jeter has been participating in just about all the drills and practices the Yankees conduct during spring, he has now officially been cleared for all baseball activities.
According to Sweeney Murti of WFAN in New York, Jeter could return to game action soon.
Jeter cleared for full activities after visiting Dr in No. Carolina today. Still no date for his first exhib game, but should be soon.
— Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) March 7, 2013
Jeter has been out since fracturing his ankle last October during the American League Championship Series. Most people are interested to see how Jeter will look when he finally takes the field again. As a shortstop, he relies on his agility more than some other players. The ankle can certainly hinder that.
Jeter will be entering he final year of his current contract. He probably has one more deal coming before he retires. ...
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It’s hard to think about the New York Yankees saying goodbye to the great player Derek Jeter, but the time has come to part ways with the soon to be 39-year-old player. Jeter can’t even run the bases at full speed yet, he can’t take part in spring training the way a ball player should and he is just taking up a spot on the Yankees roster they could use for another player. Jeter...
New York Yankees living legend Derek Jeter is ready to return to the field.
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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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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...
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"It is 100 percent healed, and now we move forward," Jeter said
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