Derek Jeter took a step out of the box and from that point he was in deep trouble. He was limping and he barely managed to job down the first base line. He made it to the bag, then turned right to the dugout and he was done for the fifth innings yesterday, a night that coasted them the game 1-0 to Cleveland.
A seemingly strained or injured right calf had stalled his pursuit of 3000 hits. He then headed over to the hospital for a MRI scan, which displayed a Grade I strain, but of the mild type. However the Yankees were undecided and said they would consider their next step Tuesday. But everyone is hoping that it wouldn’t result in a trip to the team’s disabled list. Baseball betting lines
Joe Girardi the manager said “I’m worried about him,” “Just keep our fingers crossed and hopefully it’s not too serious.”
Jeter has a leadoff for his career hit no. 2994 had appeared to have hurt himself during a fly out to the right field during the fifty innings. However Jeter has not made it to the disabled list since back in 2003. Baseball spreads
Girardi said “He just walked off the field and you could tell he was done,” “You don’t see him come out of games.”
Regardless of what the MRI results stated Girardi said he thought that Jeter wouldn’t be able to play on Tuesday against Texas.
All the fans and teammates said that Jeter had said that it would be a great thing to achieve a milestone at Yankee Stadium. New York now has just three games left against Texas state.
Girardi said. “It’s frustrating,” “He’s six hits away. You’d hope he could’ve did it here. Obviously, he looked pretty sore.”
It was Jeter’s single which helped the Yankees load their bases with no outs during the first game against Carlos Carrasco. However Jeter hesitated with Alex Rodriguez’s medium depth fly and decided to stay with Michael Brantley and appeared ready to concede a run, but Carrasco managed to get out avoiding the jam. Basketball lines
Manny Acta the manager for the Indians said “I thought that Carrasco gave us a terrific pick-me-up,” “He started shaky with a lot of traffic out there, but I can’t say enough about the job that he did.”