Curtis Granderson plans on making the most of an off day in his rehabilitation from a broken right forearm.
The injured Yankees outfielder flew to New York and intends to take students from a Brooklyn high school to a screening of the Jackie Robinson movie ''42'' on Monday. The school's athletic fields were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Granderson showed up in the Yankees clubhouse before Sunday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles. He did his rehabilitation regimen in the Bronx rather than in Tampa, Fla., where he's been working to return since he was hit by a pitch in his first spring training at-bat.
''Once the throwing is good to go, then we'll start swinging,'' Granderson said. ''I'm just here for the day.''
Granderson can't put a date on his return and says he needs to get fully comfortable throwing before he can start swinging a bat. And after that, he says he'll need ''50-70 at-bats'' before he's ready to rejoin the Yankees.
In the meantime, he is able to join spon...