For the first three innings, Derek Jeter stood where a shortstop stands, thought what a shortstop thinks, readied himself on each pitch the way a shortstop normally does.
The New York Yankees finally have a date for Derek Jeter's return to game action after suffering a broken ankle in the American League Championship Series last October.
New York insists Derek Jeter will be ready to go when the Yankees open their regular season at home on April 1 against the Boston Red Sox.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will "likely" undergo surgery on his broken left ankle, according to a league source.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Sunday it appeared the byproducts of a previous injury or injuries had affected Derek Jeter's footwork on the play Saturday night in which he broke his ankle.
Derek Jeter left Wednesday's Yankees-Red Sox game in the top of the eighth inning after apparently re-injuring the ankle he rolled last week in Tampa.
The first game of Derek Jeter's final spring was uneventful, which is probably how the New York Yankees wanted it to be.
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman broke his leg and dislocated his ankle on a parachute jump.
Andy Pettitte threw another simulated game and feels he can help the struggling New York Yankees right now.
New York Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova left Monday's game against the Baltimore Orioles with a contusion and sprained right foot and ankle.