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New York Yankees
Tampa Bay Rays
The Yankees will play the Tampa Bay Rays today in some Grapefruit League action down in Tampa, Fla., from George M. Steinbrenner Field. News broke earlier in the day that Derek Jeter will likely start the season on the DL, so get used to seeing Eduardo Nunez penciled in at shortstop in the upcoming weeks. Robinson Cano has the day off to rest, following the WBC. Righty Adam Warren gets the start. Here is the rest of the lineup:
New York Yankees
Brett Gardner CF
Eduardo Nunez SS
Ichiro Suzuki RF
Kevin Youkilis 3B
Travis Hafner DH
Juan Rivera 1B
Ben Francisco LF
Francisco Cervelli C
Jayson Nix 2B
RHP Adam Warren v. RHP Jeremy Hellickson
Game Time: 1:05 pm
TV: YES Network
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Derek Jeter is no longer answering reporters’ intrusive questions regarding his foot. (Generally, those questions must go along these lines: “How are you?” “How do you feel?” “What’s up?”) He’s tired of telling reporters his foot doesn’t hurt. The somebiches don’t listen. The Yankees say Jeter might miss opening day, but he hasn’t ruled it out. The team expects...
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Derek Jeter is still experiencing soreness in his ankle and it appears he will be on the disabled list when the Yankees begin their season.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter got back on the field in Tampa on Friday to take part in batting and fielding drills after being scratched from Tuesday’s lineup.
He commented on the plan to ship him to the minors for the rest of spring training and the status of his ankle.
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It looks increasingly likely that the Yankees shortstop will start the season on the DL due to his nagging ankle injury. How long Jeter will be out of the lineup is unknown, but what I want to know is how much longer is he really going to play? Jeter had one of the best years … Continue reading »
A string of bad luck has struck the New York Yankees and now Derek Jeter may start 2013 on the disabled list.
Worried, upset, concerned, just a few words that describe Yankees fans to start the season.
While the progress of Yankee captain Derek Jeter, returning from a broken left ankle suffered in Game One of last October’s American League Championship Series, had been a mostly...
It appears likely that New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter will begin the season on the disabled list.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told reporters Sunday that the revised goal is for Jeter to be ready April 6, according to the team's Twitter feed. That would be the Yankees' fifth game of the regular season, in Detroit against the Tigers (MLB on FOX, 4:05 p.m. ET...
From Jon Paul Morosi:It appears likely that New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter will begin the season on the disabled list.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told reporters Sunday that the revised goal is for Jeter to be ready April 6, according to the team’s Twitter feed. That would be the Yankees’ fifth game of the regular season, in Detroit against the Tigers (MLB...
It looks like that rehabbing left ankle of Derek Jeter's isn't the only thing that's getting cranky these days and, prior to his Triple-A game Saturday, the New York Yankees shortstop made it clear that questions about his health and the ankle's setbacks and progress are growing old.
“I will not address how anything feels anymore,” Jeter said. “It’s good...
A disastrous Spring Training just got worse for the Bronx Bombers.
The New York Yankees will enter the new Major League Baseball season with a significantly depleted lineup. Long term injuries to key players like Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, and Mark Teixeira have the Yankees in an unusually vulnerable position and according to the Associated Press, their captain Derek...