|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||640.00||10.00||.289||52.00||93.00||8.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|Ankle - 60-day DL. Out until at least mid-July|
|vs Verlander (Career)||36||13||1|| .444||.439||.361|
|05/14/2013||Heath Bell, RP ARI|
Hunter Pence, RF SF
Kyuji Fujikawa, RP CHC
|Derek Jeter, SS NYY|
Matt Holliday, LF STL
|05/13/2013||Joaquin Benoit, RP DET|
Shane Victorino, RF BOS
Hiroyuki Nakajima, SS OAK
|Derek Jeter, SS NYY|
Eduardo Nunez, SS NYY
Mariano Rivera, RP NYY
Sean Rodriguez, 2B TB
Gordon Beckham, 2B CHW
|05/13/2013||Derek Jeter, SS NYY|
Hector Santiago, RP CHW
James Loney, 1B TB
Brendan Ryan, SS SEA
|Joe Smith, RP CLE|
Maicer Izturis, 2B TOR
Austin Romine, C NYY
Nate McLouth, LF BAL
|Last 10 Games|
|Derek Jeter able to do some exercises|
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(5/2/13) Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Thursday shortstop Derek Jeter (ankle) is able to do some exercises while he remains in a boot. He's also doing laser therapy, hydro therapy and daily bone stimulator treatments.
"He is doing some stuff," Cashman said, per The Journal News. "He’s in a boot, but it’s a removable boot so he’s on a bike, (and) he can do swimming stuff. There’s a number of different exercises he can do. He can take that boot off and do some things. Although he’s in a boot anywhere from four to six to eight weeks depending on the healing process, how well it’s going, he can go back and do some of the exercise and things necessary to keep other aspects of the ankle strong."
|Derek Jeter moved to 60-day DL|
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(4/27/13) Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter was transferred to the 60-day disabled list from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday.
Jeter has been ruled out until after the All-Star break at the earliest. The move clears a roster spot on the 40-man for Vidal Nuno.
|Derek Jeter vows to return this season|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(4/25/13) Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter addressed the media Thursday at Yankee Stadium. Jeter, who is recovering from a new fracture in his surgically repaired left ankle, did not want to reveal a timetable, but he has vowed to return at some point this season.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman previously has said that Jeter is expected to return after the All-Star break. The 38-year-old will not need surgery and is still waiting for his next CT scan.
"If it was up to me, I'd do it every day. But I don't know how much they cost," Jeter said.
|Derek Jeter back in walking boot|
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(4/23/13) Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is expected to rejoin teammates in New York Thursday, MLB.com reports. Manager Joe Girardi believes that Jeter is back in his walking boot.
News week said that Jeter will be out until at least the All-Star break after a crack was revealed in the same area of his left ankle that he injured last season.
|Yankees confident in Derek Jeter's will|
|by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com|
(4/19/13) The latest setback to tackle Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter -- a new fracture in his broken left ankle -- will knock him out until after the All-Star break and raises uncertainty about the 38-year-old's future.
However, New York general manager Brian Cashman said he believes Jeter should be able to resume his rehab in possibly four to eight weeks while maintaining the 13-time All-Star can regain his standout form.
"Clearly he hasn't done anything wrong," he said Thursday. "He was cleared to play. This is the third CT scan he's had. His prior two CT scans showed the healing and 100 percent healing. He wasn't cleared for the baseball activities and cleared to play until he had 100 percent healing, so this is a new fracture, but a small one. ... (The doctor who operated on Jeter) told me 95 percent of the people that have this, they come back from it fine. You just have to back off. But it's a setback, so it's not a good situation."
|Derek Jeter answered all the "washed up" and "age regression" critics in 2012, hitting .316 with 15 home runs and nine steals over 159 games. He led all of baseball in hits. His 32 doubles were his most since 2009 and his 740 plate appearances the most since 2005. But then he broke his ankle in the playoffs and a new wave of concern surfaced. He'll be ready for the start of the season and has a nice history of coming back from injury (in 2003 Jeter hit .324 after separating his shoulder in the season's first game). Jeter won't hit the double-digit steal mark -- unless he's determined to prove he still has wheels -- but there's no reason to think he can't hit .300 (or at least .290 - outside of his rookie year, he's hit below .290 just once in 18 seasons) with about 30 doubles and maybe 12 home runs. This could always be the year where Jeter, who will be 39 in June, hits the wall and shows his age, but he has proven that even when he's struggling offensively he's able to make the necessary adjustments and start hitting for average again. In 2011, for instance, Jeter was hitting .260 before going on the DL and missing 18 games. He returned on July 4 and hit .331 the rest of the way. Jeter may be aging, but he's doing so gracefully and should at least be given the benefit of the doubt for a decent average and doubles production. He'll likely be off the board in the early rounds. (Updated 2/7/13)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/16/13||PHI||1:05 pm||Raul Valdes|
|5/20/13||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Freddy Garcia|
|5/21/13||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Miguel Gonzalez|
|5/22/13||@ BAL||7:05 pm||Jason Hammel|
|5/24/13||@ TB||7:10 pm||Roberto Hernandez|
|5/25/13||@ TB||4:10 pm||Matt Moore|
|5/26/13||@ TB||1:40 pm|| |