Found August 21, 2013 on
Derek Jeter will take a big step in his rehab process, as he will play for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders on Thursday, according to Andy McCullough of the Newark Star Ledger.
Jeter, 39, is slated to play five innings in the field tomorrow night in order to test out his right calf which he strained on August 2. The Yankees have said that Jeter will likely play at least two games in Scranton, which makes a Friday return in Tampa unlikely. Although there is no clear timetable for his activation, if all goes well over the next few days we could see Jeter back with the big league club by the end of the weekend.
Eduardo Nunez and Jayson Nix will continue to share the shortstop duties while Jeter is out. On the year, Jeter has played in just five games going 4-for-21 with a homer and two RBI.
Derek Jeter will go to Scranton and play five innings tomorrow.
— Andy McCullough (@McCulloughSL) August 21, 2013
BEST OF MAXIM
Derek Jeter will participate in his second simulated game today for the Yankees, but will incorporate running the bases for the first time since he was sidelined earlier this month with a calf-strain.
Manager Joe Girardi will not reveal what the plan moving forward is for the 39-year-old captain and did not confirm or deny if he’ll be ready for this weekend’s series against the...
Looking around Major League Baseball, there are Hall of Famers playing right now. Some players like Derek Jeter, Ichiro Suzuki and Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees or Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels are 100% locks. There are some who are putting the finishing touches or are in the midst of a rough draft right now for their speech in Cooperstown. Others, meanwhile, may...
The New York Yankees will soon have their captain back. After playing just five games this season thanks to a myriad of injuries, Derek Jeter is nearing yet another return to the active roster. He is set to begin a minor league rehab assignment in Scranton today. Andy Mcullough of the New Jersey Star Ledger covered it last night:
Derek Jeter will go to Scranton and play...
Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter, who has been on the disabled list since August 3 with a calf strain, said he felt ready to return to the Yankees on Thursday. Instead he played in a rehab game for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He is schedule for another rehab game Friday and could be activated Saturday.
As reported by Paul Hagen of MLB.com, Jeter is expected to play one...
Maybe the fourth time will be the charm.
Derek Jeter’s latest comeback attempt moved forward Tuesday when he played a second simulated game in as many days in Tampa.
He also ran the bases for the first time since suffering a strained right calf the latest setback in his injury-riddled season.
“Everything was good so we’ll see how everything is [Wednesday]” Yankees manager...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter successfully ran the bases yesterday, a huge hurdle as he attempts to come back from a right calf injury. Running the bases at full speed is one of the final activities Jeter has to do before he's activated from the disabled list, meaning he could be set to rejoin the Yankees this weekend, according to Jim Baumbach of Newsday.
New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter was cleared to begin a rehab assignment on Thursday with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Jeter is recovering from a calf strain.
Jeter hopes to return to the Yankees early next week. The plan is to have the Yankees captain play 5 innings on Thursday then play 9 innings in the games over the weekend. Jeter is hitting .211 in just five games in...
Despite the injury plagued season, Derek Jeter might be in a position of strength this offseason. He has a player option for next season, but he could opt out of his contract with the New York Yankees and become free agent. That is not a likely proposition, but considering the Yankees will have to pay him either way, there is a chance Jeter could work that into a multi-year...
FOR PETE'S SAKE
All-time hit king Pete Rose thinks Ichiro is a fantastic ballplayer but argues the hits he tallied during his career in Japan shouldn't count towards his professional total.
The captain has trumped the phenom, at least this time.
The New York Post recently gave some New Yorkers a wide-ranging sex survey (warning: most of it is inappropriate), and one question compared Derek Jeter and Matt Harvey, two of the city’s biggest baseball stars. The Post simply asked who was hotter, and Jeter took the crown.
Jeter has played just a handful of games this year...
Eduardo Nunez is currently the Yankees’ only healthy shortstop.
That may change soon.
Derek Jeter went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI in five innings Thursday night in his first rehab game for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre against Pawtucket as he comes back from a strained right calf.
He is scheduled to play again tonight and could rejoin the Yankees tomorrow in St. Petersburg...
Mike Francesa handles a Derek Jeter call with 'how many short stops you know with 3,000 hits?'
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The Post surveyed more than 700 New Yorkers from the five boroughs and the metro area for their 2013 sex poll. Here's some highlights:
What’s the ideal point at which to have sex for the first time?
First date: 13%
Second date: 16%
Third date: 31%
Fourth date: 13%
Fifth date: 9%
Even longer: 18%
Have you ever faked an orgasm?
61% of men said yes, versus 62% of women...