Derek Jeter Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Derek Jeter's injury
At this time last year, Curtis Granderson was already hurt, Mark Teixeira was already hurt, and Derek Jeter had just played in his first game while slowly working his way into a significant setback with his surgically repaired ankle. By comparison, this spring has been overwhelmingly positive. There are a few issues here and there, […]The post Spring development: Injury updates appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi discusses Derek Jeter's plays at short, David Phelps' outing and trying Kelly Johnson at first base.
Injuries to Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira, Kevin Youkilis and Eduardo Nunez forced the Yankees to dig deep into their infield depth last season. They called up young guys from the minors. They made minor trades to acquire players from other organizations. They signed released players out of free agency. None of it seemed […]The post Spring development: Infield decisions and infield depth appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
From inside his office in Tampa, Florida, Hal Steinbrenner discusses Derek Jeter's retirement, letting the fans down in 2013, his father's legacy, and more with Jack Curry on JCTV. Follow YES on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/yesnetwork More JCTV: http:
TAMPA, Fla. -- As Andy Pettitte recalls his conversations with Derek Jeter last year, there were hints Jeter was thinking about retirement. When Pettitte and Mariano Rivera spoke about the future, Jeter, struggling to come back from a variety of injuries, would joke around. "He wold be like, 'You guys better retire or I'm going to get on out of here before you guys,'" said Pettitte, who was in camp on Monday as a two-day special instructor. "I kind of looked at him like, 'Yeah, right, whatever.
Jose Reyes knows all about the demands of playing shortstop in New York, as well as what it takes to come back from a severe ankle injury. So Reyes has a pretty good idea what the man he calls his idol, Derek Jeter, has been through.
Maybe if his physical disabilities hadn’t been so stunningly sudden, as if out of nowhere in a career where, until that fateful night of Oct. 13, 2012 against the Detroit Tigers at Yankee Stadium, he’d shown himself to be mostly impervious to pain and injury, there wouldn’t have been the kind of intense scrutiny on Derek Jeter’s every at-bat, every jaunt on the basepaths, every play in the field as there was Thursday in the retiring Yankee captain’s spring training debut.
Derek Jeter will make his spring debut as the Yankees host the Pirates in the home opener, his first action since last September 7. Jeter, who played only 17 games last season while battling a number of leg injuries stemming from his October 2012 broken ankle, has not had any issues with the leg this spring.
Derek Jeter hurt his left ankle in the middle of 2012. The ankle finally broke that postseason, Jeter reinjured it in spring 2013, and he spent all of last year trying to get healthy.
TAMPA — Under a cement-colored sky and with the threat of rain in the air, Derek Jeter was slated to start at short Thursday afternoon against the Pirates at George...
It's been 10 years, and Derek Jeter's words still linger. They've lingered with Brian Roberts through more than a thousand Major League games. They've stuck through injuries and setbacks; through All-Star games and nearly 1,500 career hits.
Roberts hasn't played more than 77 games since 2009 due to a variety of injuries
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter announced in a statement on Facebook that he will retire after the 2014 season. Jeter, who will turn 40 in June, played just 17 games last season while battling through a variety of injuries. “Last year was a tough one for me,” Jeter said in the statement. “As I suffered through [...]