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The Yankees expect Derek Jeter, who is dealing with a tight right quad, to play one of the games in Wednesday’s day-night doubleheader against the Cubs at the Stadium. But not both, GM Brian Cashman said.
This may sound somewhat puzzling, given the fact that Derek Jeter missed two games, Francisco Cervelli is on his way to the disabled list again, Brian Roberts looks to be as injury-plagued as ever and there is no first baseman in the house to take Mark Teixeira’s place, but the Yankees emerged from their first Red Sox series in pretty good shape.
It is a question for the ages. One only scholars of the highest order should ponder. Are we going to be subjected to a media frenzy each time Joe Girardi decides to bench Derek Jeter? Are we going to be subjected to a media frenzy each time Joe Girardi decides to bench Derek Jeter?
Yankees Manager Joe Girardi said Derek Jeter experienced tightness in his right quadriceps against Boston on Friday, so he was giving Jeter three days off as a precaution.
Derek Jeter is battling tightness in his right quad, knocking him out of Sunday night's series finale against the Red Sox. According to Joe Girardi, Jeter first felt the tightness during Friday night's game, though he played the entire game.
Derek Jeter is out of the New York Yankees' lineup for the second consecutive day after feeling tightness in his right quadriceps.
The Yankee captain, Mr. November, perhaps the greatest shortstop in baseball history, is set to retire at the end of the 2014 season. Rob Scarborough takes a look back at Derek Jeter's career. The post Derek Jeter’s Swan Song appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Whether or not he wins the Masters today, Jordan Spieth, who began the final round at Augusta National tied for the lead with Bubba Watson, has the persona to become just what the PGA needs right now: the of golf. The sports two biggest draws– and –are still golf’s top endorsement earners by a mile. [...]
Baseball fans as can watch the New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox game live online as the longtime rivals face off in a Sunday Night Baseball matchup. The game will see the likely return of Derek Jeter, who was out of the lineup on Saturday for a bit of rest, which will help the
This was about 11 o’clock on Saturday morning before a Red Sox-Yankees game, second Saturday of the season, and Joe Girardi wasn’t just explaining why Derek Jeter wasn’t in his starting lineup — maybe you missed it, but Jeter’s retiring...Show More Summary
While Derek Jeter was rested on Saturday against the Red Sox, the retooled Bombers blasted a season-high five home runs - including the first two in pinstripes for previously slumping catcher Brian McCann - for a 7-4 victory at the Stadium.
Yankees captain Derek Jeter is getting a day off to rest and Boston star Dustin Pedroia is getting a fresh start in the leadoff spot.
The cameras now were focused on Derek Jeter standing at the plate. Not television cameras but ones held by fans Tuesday afternoon at the Stadium. They wanted their own lasting image, their angle on a moment from the last waltz.
The 2014 MLB season is Derek Jeter's 20th and final season after announcing his retirement in spring training. Throughout his storied pinstriped career, he has made a name for himself, reaching milestones such as 3,000 hits and winning five World Series. Yet, entering his last campaign, there were still plenty of milestones left to reach for Jeter. Show More Summary
After Brett Gardner led off the eighth inning with a double Wednesday night, putting the potential tiebreaking run in scoring position, Joe Girardi had Derek Jeter bunt Gardner to third and explained the move this way: “I’m trying to get him (Gardner) to third.
Ivan Nova did not get stellar play from his infield of Francisco Cervelli, a catcher, at first; Brian Roberts, 36, at second; Derek Jeter, 39, at short; and the rookie Yangervis Solarte at third.
There was no pomp or pageantry at the Yankees' second home game of the season Tuesday. Nor much performance, either. A day after the fun of Derek Jeter's final home opener and a Core Four reunion, the Yanks fell flat against Baltimore in an ugly 14-5 loss in which they surrendered 20 hits.
Plenty of grown men and women in New York decided to play hooky from work on Monday. Monday marked the New York Yankee's open homer and Derek Jeter's final first game of the year as a player. A few years ago somebody somewhere would almost certainly have lost their job after getting busted for posting pictures from inside the stadium on Facebook. Show More Summary