Found July 13, 2013 on Players View:

All it took was one game and Derek Jeter once again transformed from a player to a spectator. On Thursday Jeter’s quad tightened up after he tried to run out an in-filed play.

He was called up to the Yankees after four games of minor league action after rehabbing his broken ankle.

Now, the Yankees have both in statement and comments let it be known that nothing will be certain until after the All-Star break.

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