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Do you remember where you were 12 years ago today? I do. I was in my second grade class with all of my friends just having a normal day like everyone else when chaos started to occur. Teachers went to meet outside to try and grasp what was actually going on. After the second plane hit it was clear that this was a deliberate attack against our nation. Was there more to come? Were we ourselves in danger of a strike? Were our relatives or friends that worked in the city safe? None of these questions had any answers at this point and thus, fear and panic began to set in. The principal got on the loud speaker and announced we were all going home early which sent us all into happiness, but that happiness would soon change to worry once we all got home to our parents. That’s when my mother, sat me down, showed me the news, and explained the situation. Now as a second grader I truly didn’t understand the severity of the events unfolding, but I was concerned about my dad who worked in New Yo...
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For the fourth time this season, Derek Jeter has been sidelined. There is no timetable for his return, and unless the Yankees reach the postseason — and there is still hope on that front — there is a decent chance that he will make no meaningful contribution to the team at all this season. Even […]
Derek Jeter was placed on the disabled list today with ankle soreness, effectively ending his season. It’s been a hard year for the 39-year-old shortstop, who has called this season a “nightmare.” After breaking his left ankle in game one of the 2012 ALCS, he re-fractured it in March, strained his quad in July and then strained his calf in August. In just 17 games, Jeter went...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, the team announced Wednesday.
Jeter last played Saturday against Boston. He was removed for a pinch runner after hurting his left ankle, and although a CT scan was negative, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said the shortstop will be shut down for the remainder of the year.
Third headline?Derek Jeter is out for the rest of the season.What a year.I just hope that supermodel he's dating is worth it.She's obviously bad juju.
The Captain Derek Jeter was placed on the disabled list again Wednesday ending the 39 year old’s season. Jeter suffered a severe ankle injury nearly a year ago against Detroit in the American League Championship Series something that he apparently never fully recovered from. Many assumed that when he went down with that ankle injury […]
BALTIMORE — New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, the team announced Wednesday.
Jeter last played Saturday against Boston. He was removed for a pinch runner after hurting his left ankle, and although a CT scan was negative, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said the shortstop will be shut down for the remainder of the...
Derek Jeter’s 2013 season is over for the New York Yankees.
USA Today is reporting that Jeter has been placed on the DL, and will miss the remainder of this injury plagued season.
Derek Jeter's season is over: http://t.co/eYhlvHwnOf
— USA TODAY Sports (@USATODAYsports) September 11, 2013
The 39 year old Jeter played in 17 games this season and will surely return for 2014...
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Derek Jeter’s season is over. On Wednesday the New York Yankees placed their shortstop on the disabled list with an ankle injury.
Jeter, 39, played in just 17 games this season hitting a dismal .190/.288/.254 with a home run and eight runs scored.
The last time Jeter played was on Saturday against Boston. He would leave that game...
He is Derek Jeter so of course he was going to make it back for Opening Day. And when he refractured his left ankle the recalibration was to early in the second half — ahead of schedule for sure — to help save the Yankees’ season.
Jeter wasn’t going to be stopped by quad and calf setbacks and even this latest ankle misery hardly diluted the belief that somehow some way he...
So long, 2013 version of Derek Jeter. We hardly knew you. The New York Yankees announced on Wednesday that Jeter has once again been placed on the disabled list with an ankle injury. According to Brian Cashman, the latest trip to the DL will “effectively end his season.” That includes the postseason should the Yankees […]
Ben and Sam discuss whether 2013 was a success or failure for the Marlins relative to expectations, then talk about how the Yankees should approach Derek Jeter`s age-40 season.
BALTIMORE — In a sign that Derek Jeter might not be back anytime soon, the New York Yankees obtained slick-fielding shortstop Brendan Ryan from the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night for a player to be named.
Jeter has been sidelined with soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle. Before the Yankees beat Baltimore 7-5, manager Joe Girardi said the 13-time All-Star is “still...
In a sign that Derek Jeter might not be back anytime soon, the New York Yankees have obtained slick-fielding shortstop Brendan Ryan from the Seattle Mariners for a player to be named.
Jeter has been sidelined with soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle. Before the Yankees beat Baltimore 7-5 on Tuesday night, manager Joe Girardi said the 13-time All-Star is ''still...
The New York Yankees put shortstop Derek Jeter back on the disabled list, effectively ending his season, general manager Brian Cashman said Wednesday, according to USA Today Sports. Jeter, 39, played in just 17