Found October 19, 2012 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught:
PLAYERS: Derek Jeter
TEAMS: New York Yankees
Let's face it: We're stuck with A-Rod, unless he lowers the boom and says he wants to leave. Even then, it's dicey. We cannot spend $20 million per year to pay for another team's thirdbaseman, and that's what it's going to take: A full-scale buyout. But think this: Derek Jeter for two more years at shortstop. It doesn't parse. His legs will break down. His ankles will break down. He needs an easier position. Second base is out. The corner outfield slots won't work. He needs to play third.Think about it.

Injured Yankees star Derek Jeter is back on the prowl…for a new bachelor pad (pics)

The fact that New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter unfortunately broke his ankle during Game 1 of the ALCS on Saturday apparently not only derailed season, and along with it, likely any hope that the Bronx Bombers would advance to the World Series, it also reportedly put a temporary kibosh on his Manhattan apartment-hunting escapades. [...]

Derek Jeter Injury: Yankees SS Undergoes Ankle Surgery

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter underwent surgery on his fractured left ankle yesterday, the team announced. Derek Jeter did undergo surgery today in NC to repair his left ankle fracture — Yankees PR Dept. (@YankeesPR) October 20, 2012 Jeter sustained his injury during Game 1 of the American League Championship Series against the Detroit Tigers. He was...

Jeter has surgery on ankle, expected back by spring training

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter underwent surgery Saturday to repair a left ankle fracture. The procedure was performed by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. Jeter is expected to fully recover in four to five months. If there are no setbacks, Jeter should return for the start of spring training. Jeter, 36, sustained the injury while trying to make a diving ball in...

Yankees Injury News: Derek Jeter, Phil Hughes

The New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers will have to wait another day to play Game Four.  Last night's game was rained out which may have extended New York's season.  The Yankees are trailing 3-0 and their bats have gone silent in the series.  With their leader, Derek Jeter, on the shelf for the remainder of the postseason, the Yankees have become a different team...

Jeter could miss 4-5 months after surgery

The New York Yankees have announced that Derek Jeter has elected to have surgery on his fractured left ankle and is expected to need approximately four to five months for a complete recovery, according to the team's website. The Yankees captain — who broke his ankle going left for a ground ball in New York's loss to the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of the American league Championship...

Derek Jeter Has Surgery to Repair Left Ankle Fracture, Yankees Hopeful He Can Return for SpringTraining

The New York Yankees were eliminated from the MLB playoffs just two days ago, but the team's young offseason has already drawn plenty of headlines. On Saturday, the team announced that shortstop Derek Jeter underwent surgery to repair a fractured left ankle. Jeter suffered the injury while trying to field a ground ball in the 12th inning of Game 1 of the ALCS...

Pete Rose Comments on Derek Jeter's Postseason Milestone

This past weekend, before he shattered his ankle (and the hearts of New York Yankees fans), Derek Jeter collected his 200th postseason hit.And since you can't seem to mention a Jeter hit milestone without comparing him to Pete Rose nowadays...I decided to reach out to "The Hit King" and see what he thought.Unfortunately, his response was not all that shocking."...

A-Rod's NY legacy nowhere near Jeter's

The New York Yankees' four-game exit from the American League Championship Series, which finally and mercifully ended with Thursday's embarrassing 8-1 drubbing by the Detroit Tigers, was more than just the eighth time in nine years the Yankees have been unable to reach a World Series with baseball's highest payroll. The series also marked the beginning of the end of...

Derek Jeter will undergo surgery on ankle, may miss start of 2013 season

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will undergo surgery Saturday in Charlotte, N.C. on his broken left ankle and may miss the start of the Yankees 2013 season, according to original estimated recovery time for Jeter's return was three months now its 4-5 months after Jeter elected to have surgery for a "complete recovery."Jeter, 38, injured his...

MLB Playoffs: Yankees Portray Weakness By Claiming Booing Effected Their Play

The New York Yankees are coming off of their first postseason sweep in over 30 years following an embarrassing loss against the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 ALCS. In fact, although they were able to defeat the Baltimore Orioles in five games to get past the ALDS, it was a disappointing performance overall for New York in the 2012 MLB Playoffs. The Bronx Bombers, they were not. The...

Yankees blame sweep on booing in the Bronx

There's a lot blame to pass around for the New York Yankee pathetic showing in the four-game sweep by the Detroit Tigers in the American league Championship Series. You can start with the team's lack of offense or any kind of spunk in the lineup but, if you ask the Yankees players — specifically one — they lost because they never recovered from all the heckling and...
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