Yankees manager Joe Girardi isn’t convinced Derek Jeter’s right quadriceps injury is fully healed and watching the shortstop Friday night there were indications the manager looks to be correct though Jeter as is his history denied being bothered.

“I am not sure he is 100 percent he is trying to grind through it’’ Jeter said after a 7-2 loss to the Padres in which he made a throwing error slid awkwardly into third base and appeared to have the right leg buckle when he went into the hole to field a grounder.

“I am all right’’ said Jeter who went 1-for-4 in the Yankees’ 7-2 loss to the Padres. “If I am playing I am not hurt.’’

Jeter said the play in the hole didn’t include an awkward step. It was more baserunner Logan Forsythe getting to second base quicker than anticipated that made Jeter rush the throw which was wild.

As for the slide into third in the first inning Jeter said there weren’t many style points to it. Torn between standing up while not running at full speed or sliding Jeter took the second choice.

“It didn’t look good’’ said Jeter who appeared to get his right leg caught in the dirt on the slide. “I tried to slow up and decided to slide. I thought it was easier to slide than break it down.’’

Jeter made his fourth straight start at shortstop since being activated from the disabled list and snapped an 0-for-9 skid with an opposite-field single in the first inning. Since hitting a homer and a single in his first game back from a right quadriceps injury he suffered July 11 Jeter hadn’t gotten a ball out of the infield going into Friday night’s game. Eight were ground outs and one was a liner.