Found August 06, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
PLAYERS: Derek Jeter
TEAMS: New York Yankees
Derek Jeter landed on the disabled list for the third time this season. They say that the third time is the charm, but this is baseball. You get three strikes. You get three outs. You get the idea. Since going down with a cringe-inducing ankle break in the 2012 American League Championship Series versus the Detroit Tigers, the Captain has been on a mission to rejoin the New York Yankees and right the listing ship.  He made it back on July 11 to single on the first pitch he saw this season – scoring a run and knocking in another as the Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals – before hitting the DL a second time with a quad injury. Upon his return July 28, he again hit the first pitch he saw, inside-outing a Matt Moore fastball into the right field seats at Yankee Stadium, as a cheering crowd stopped the game until he waved to them from the dugout steps.  That day, it was 2003 again, with Jeter and Alfonso Soriano combining to score four runs and drive in four, as the Yankees downed the ...

Red Sox Fan Has Funny Herpes Exchange With Derek Jeter At Fenway Park

“Hey Jeter, you dropped your Valtrax“ A.B. I hate the Yankees with the best of them, but I respect the crap out of Derek Jeter. Not only does he play hard, dive into stands, win championships, date super models and show respect to media & fans – he also knows how to handle a joke. He could have easily ignored these fans. But he didn’t. He recognized a creative jeering...

Jeter's return to Yankees uncertain

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has a strained right calf and it's not certain when he will play again. An MRI revealed the mild strain, the latest setback in a year already full of injuries for the team captain. ''It's frustrating,'' Jeter said after the Yankees lost 6-3 to San Diego. ''It's terrible. The whole season has been a nightmare...

Yankees' Derek Jeter out with calf injury, hopes to return Monday

Just as it appears that the New York Yankees are getting healthy, another potential visit to the disabled list is possible.'s Bryan Hoch reports the reason that Jeter sat out Saturday night against the San Diego Padres is an aching right calf. Jeter will also miss Sunday's game and try to get back into the lineup on Monday. Girardi said Jeter is dealing with right...

New York Yankees put Derek Jeter back on disabled list

On Monday afternoon the New York Yankees put shortstop Derek Jeter back on the disabled list with a strained right calf. The move comes after Jeter played in just four games after returning from a season-long stint on the DL. Jeter underwent an MRI on his calf on Sunday, and it revealed a Grade 1 strain. While that is mild, the 39-year-old had been dealing with it for a few days...

Derek Jeter Gets Injured Again, This Time it’s a Calf Strain

  I’m pretty sure the New York Yankees are just counting down the days to the conclusion of this season at this point, because it has been nightmarish. According to Yahoo! Sports, Yankees captain Derek Jeter, has picked up a calf injury and the team doesn’t know when he’s going to return. ”It’s frustrating,” Jeter said after the Yankees lost 6-3 to San Diego. ”It...

Derek Jeter Back to DL, A-Rod Batting Clean-Up

Unfortunate… It’s the only word to describe Derek Jeter’s season. Just four games after recovering from an quad injury and returning from the DL, Derek Jeter is right back on the DL. This time it’s his calf. He missed the first half of the season recovering from a severe ankle injury that he sustained in the ALCS against the Detroit Tigers. In his first game back, he strained...

Derek Jeter placed on DL with calf strain

The 2013 season for Derek Jeter has been worse than he or the Yankees could have imagined.  After struggling to get back on the field following two ankle surgeries, Jeter has battled a quadriceps injury and now a calf strain, which has landed him on the disabled list. As reported by  Zack Meisel of, "The Yankees placed the shortstop on the 15-day DL on Monday...

Jeter's 'nightmare' season continues

Between nagging injuries, the seemingly never-ending Alex Rodriguez saga and falling further and further behind the American League East-leading Red Sox, not much has gone right for the Yankees this season, and their captain is well aware. After sitting out the past two games against the San Diego Padres, Derek Jeter could be headed back to the disabled list -- again. According...

NY Post Rips Derek Jeter as 'Too Old'

Wow, never expected the aging Captain to be disrespected like this. **Follow us on Twitter, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return to us on Twitter. Subscribe or Return to Bob's Blitz.

Yankees place Jeter on DL

The New York Yankees put shortstop Derek Jeter back on the disabled list Monday in the latest setback in an injury-filled season for the captain.

Derek Jeter & Ken Griffey Jr. Interview Willie Mays

Today is going to be a pretty depressing day for sports fans. The Biogenesis suspensions are supposed to come out and will serve as a reminder of the sad state of America’s Pastime. So today we are working hard to bring you the most uplifting baseball videos we can find featuring guys who played the game right. Here’s a cool one of Derek Jeter and Ken Griffey Jr. interviewing...

Report: Yankees held team meeting

The Yankees closed the clubhouse doors on Monday for a team meeting  according to Daniel Barbarisi of the Wall Street Journal. The meeting wasn’t so much about deflecting the A-Rod noise, but rather to get the message across that losing won’t be accepted anymore. Manager Joe Girardi, injured captain Derek Jeter and second baseman Robinson Cano all spoke, addressing the team...

2 Things Red Sox Nation Should Worry About

Photo from NESN Conor Frederick Contributing Writer Right now, the Red Sox are in the thick of a heated division battle with the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles. That Yankees aren't included in this because their luck seems to have run out. Their captain, Derek Jeter probably will have a minimal role to play and Alex Rodriguez...well, you know. No point in reiterating...

Yankeetorial: Soon, it will all be over

Close your eyes, everybody. Soon, none of this will matter: 2013 will be a memory.Take a break. Enjoy the sunsets. The end is near. Tomorrow, if we're lucky, we might hit rock bottom.By late next week, the A-Rod story will have tumbled onto the media's back-burner. Nobody will want to write about it or read about it. No more surgical leaks to the Gammonites of ESPN. No...

Yankees Need To Remove Distractions To Go On Run

The bad news is the Yankees dropped yet another series, falling 6-3 to the San Diego Padres on Sunday night, and now stand 9.5 out in the A.L. East division race and 4.5 out in the Wildcard.The good news is that, of the 52 games left in the season, 32 come against division rivals. Yes, it's true that the Yankees are a thoroughly mediocre 22-21 against their own division and yes...
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