Found July 09, 2013 on Sports by Colin:
Saying “there’s always a chance,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi thinks Derek Jeter may play against the Minnesota Twins this weekend in New York. “There’s always a chance,” Girardi said. “You just have to see how he does the next three or four days.” Looking solid in two rehab games with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, the Yankees seem oddly determined to get the 38-year-old Jeter back on the diamond before next week’s All-Star Game. By trying to hastily recover in the spring, the beloved male ***** created a second fracture in his left ankle. With a sidelined “Captain Clutch,” the Yankees (48-41) have … Continue reading →

Derek Jeter Gets First Hit In Rehab Assignment With RailRiders

It seems strange to see New York Yankees great Derek Jeter in a jersey other than that of the Yankees. The future Hall of Famer recorded his first hit in his rehab assignment with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Yankees fans can breath easy as Jeter will once again be donning the pinstripes sooner than later. The post Derek Jeter Gets First Hit In Rehab Assignment With RailRiders...

Jeter goes 0 for 2 in rehab start

Derek Jeter knows it's going to take time to get back from his ankle injury, even though he'd rather be in the Bronx. "I want to play. I'm ready to play but I understand I have to play some games here," said Jeter, who finished his first rehab game with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Saturday night going 0 for 2 with a walk. "But I look forward to getting...

Yankees' Derek Jeter reaches base three times in rehab game

He's getting closer.  The aging veteran of the New York Yankees, Derek Jeter, had a solid game for the Triple-A Rail Riders.  As he continues to play well and prove there are no limitations with his ankle, the Captain inches closer to a return to the active roster.  Yesterday was another step in that process. Jeter collected his first hit of the rehab assignment, drew...

Caption The Photo: Derek Jeter Looks Miserable Signing Autographs

  Derek Jeter hasn’t played an inning of baseball all season and it’s safe to assume he’s a bit grumpy. Nonetheless, Jeter being Jeter managed to put his pride aside and work hard rehabbing at the Yankees Triple A team in Scranton. As expected he’s been bombarded by fans day and night and well, this pretty much sums up at man who’s ready to get back in pinstripes   Photo...

Yankees' Derek Jeter possibly returning for weekend series before break

Could the long wait for New York Yankee captain and star shortstop Derek Jeter finally come to an end? The New York Post's George King believes so. On Wednesday, July 10, King reported that the Yankees have sent Jeter's equipment from their training complex in Tampa, FL, to New York in preparation for a possible return for the Yankees' weekend series with the Minnesota...

Yankees' Derek Jeter could be back this weekend

Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter has been sidelined since fracturing his left ankle during game one of the 2012 ALCS against the Detroit Tigers. According to New York Yankees' manager Joe Girardi, future Hall-of-Fame shortstop Derek Jeter could find himself back in the Yankees lineup as early as the weekend. According to Yankees' Manager Joe Girardi, Derek Jeter could...

Jeter plays five innings in first rehab appearance (VIDEO)

Derek Jeter played in his first real baseball game Saturday night for the first time in nine months. The New York Yankees' shortstop and captain put on the pinstripes for the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, his first minor league rehab game on the road back to the big leagues. Jeter went 0-for-2 with a walk and played a pre-planned five innings at shortstop before...

Return Of The Mack

Ladies, watch out!  The Mack has returneth.  Derek Jeter and his equipment are rumored to be on the prowl in New York City again. According to the New York Post, Derek Jeter and his baseball equipment have been sent packing to New York City.  Jeter, who hasn’t played since fracturing his ankle during Game 1 of the 2012 ALCS, is back just in time…for the All-Star break.  Assuming...

Derek Jeter Builds His Legend By Avoiding Giant Inflatable Mascot In Scranton

Yankees fans rejoice: Captain Intangibles was back on the field this weekend! Yes, Derek Sanderson Jeter spent his pos…

Derek Jeter Is Just Loving His Rehab Stint In Scranton

Look at that face. That is the face of a man who wants to be back in the Bronx right now. Derek Jeter has been restoring his fi…

Jeter 'pleading' to rejoin Yankees

After only two rehab games with the team's Triple-A affiliate, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter reportedly is "pleading" to rejoin the team before the All-Star break.

Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez prepare for return to the Yankees: Who will perform better?

This year, New York Yankees players Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez will make a combined 45 million dollars, almost 20 percent of the entire salary for the Yankees. So far this year, they have played in a combined total of exactly zero games in a Yankees uniform. Both players took the field this week. The catch? One was playing in Melbourne, Florida at a place called Space Coast...

Report: Braun, A-Rod face 100-game steroid suspensions

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun and New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez are expected to be suspended, along with 20 other players, sometime after the All-Star break for their roles in the Biogenesis case, reports ESPN. Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud 
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