After two weeks of baseball activity, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter remains confined to a limited regimen of fielding groundballs, taking batting practice and running at less than full speed, without any game action scheduled for in his immediate future. His stay at the team’s complex in Tampa, Fla. figures to continue.

Manager Joe Girardi stressed Jeter had not experienced a “setback” in recent days. But he indicated Jeter is “not ready to play in games.”

“I don’t think they necessarily have an exact date when he’s going to play in games,” Girardi said before Tuesday’s game with Arizona. “We’ll just go day by day and see how he feels.”

At 38, Jeter is attempting to return from ankle surgery in October. A recurrence of soreness diverted his path to Opening Day. He last played the field on March 16. At this point, it does not appear likely Jeter will rejoin the Yankees in early May. General manager Brian Cashman did not return a call seeking comment.

“That was a date that was thrown out there,” Girardi said. “The easiest way to say for me is he’ll be back when he’s back. When he can physically do it on an everyday basis. And I don’t think any of us are going to know the exact date until we go through some trial and error.”