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When it was announced that New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter suffered a fractured ankle last fall during the ALCS, there were some questioning whether the captain's run was over. While his road to recovery hasn't been without its share of bumps and detours, Jeter has returned to the point where the Yankees have cleared him to begin his minor league rehab assignment, according to Mark Feinsand of The New York Daily News. Derek Jeter has been cleared by the Yankees to begin a rehab assignment. He is scheduled to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre tomorrow. — Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) July 5, 2013 Feinsand notes that Jeter is slated to join the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate tomorrow. He'll play at least five innings at shortstop in his first rehab contest. New York cleared Jeter after he went through a full workout at their minor league spring training complex in Tampa without experiencing any setbacks. During that workout, Jeter was able to successfully complete six simulated at-bats in which he ran out each ball put in play. He also ran the bases and fielded ground balls. In very un-Yankee-like fashion, New York's offense enters the day ranked 18th in runs scored with the sixth-worst team batting average in the majors (.241). This can be in part attributed to the plethora of injuries the club has faced this season to key position players such as Jeter, Mark Teixeira, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson and Kevin Youkilis. While the offense is struggling as a whole, the bats at shortstop have been especially silent. On the season, Yankees' shortstops have combined to hit an abysmal .205/.270/.283. New York will hope Jeter can help boost these totals and add consistency to the pivotal position. Last season, the 39-year-old showed little sign of slowing, collecting a league-leading 216 hits while maintaining a batting line of .316/.362/.429 with 32 doubles and 15 home runs over 740 plate appearances. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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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...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter thinks he is close to playing in minor league rehab games.
The Yankees captain says he is now doing everything needed before beginning a rehab assignment.
On Wednesday, Jeter ran the bases after putting the ball in play during simulated at-bats for the first time since a second break was found in his left ankle. He is expected to rejoin the...
New York Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter stated on Thursday that he believes he will soon be medically cleared to begin a Minor League rehab assignment.
As reported by Bryan Hoch of MLB.com,
"Jeter worked out at the Yankees' complex in Tampa on Thursday, one
day after he took simulated at-bats and ran the bases. Jeter has been
recovering after a second fracture...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will play start playing in minor league games on Saturday as he works his way back from an ankle injury.
The team announced on Friday that Jeter, who hasn't played this season due to a broken left ankle, has been cleared to begin a rehab assignment and is scheduled to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The Yankees captain is scheduled...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter went 0 for 2 with a walk and a run scored in five innings for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday night in his third game back from an ankle injury.
Jeter tested the left ankle several times while playing the field for just the second time and was part of four defensive plays.
He fielded two grounders, caught one pick-off attempt at second base...
Derek Jeter is on the road to his season debut as he will begin his rehab stint at Triple A Scranton Wilke-Barre on Saturday. The news comes courtesy of Mark Feinsand
Derek Jeter has been cleared by the Yankees to begin a rehab assignment. He is scheduled to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre tomorrow.
— Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) July 5, 2013
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...
Derek Jeter has taken a major step towards returning to the Bronx.
Today, the Yankees announced that the Captain will begin a rehab assignment starting on Saturday with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Jeter, who’s been recovering from a fractured ankle all season, is scheduled to play at least five innings at shortstop against Lehigh Valley.
Jeter had been working out in Tampa...
The New York Yankees infielder that everyone wants to hear about has been cleared to begin his minor league rehab assignment. Derek Jeter, who is battling back from a broken foot, will play for the Yankees AAA team in Scranton, beginning Saturday night, per NYDN columnist Mark Feisand: Derek Jeter has been cleared by the Yankees to begin a rehab assignment. He is scheduled to join...
Derek Jeter is close to being ready, and things have escalated quickly.
According to the New York Daily News’ Mark Feinsand, Jeter will join Triple A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Saturday.
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Feinsand said the plan is for Jeter to play ‘at least five innings’ at shortstop tomorrow.
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The New York Yankees have announced that Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has been cleared by the team doctors to begin a rehab assignment. Jeter, who has started the season on the 60-day disabled list, will play his first game this Saturday for the RailRaiders at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He will start off by playing 5 innings Saturday and work...
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and third basemen Alex Rodriguez are coming very close to playing in the big leagues again. Jeter is scheduled to play at least five innings for the RailRaiders in a rehab assignment game against Lehigh Valley Saturday at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
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