Newark Star-Ledger "Would Derek Jeter take a limited role with the Yankees? Only if he's helping the club, his former manager and close friend said. Jeter has spent the offseason healing from the fractured ankle and other assorted injuries that marred his 2013 campaign, limiting him to just 17 games. On..." November 17
New York Times "Derek Jeter, the Yankees’ shortstop and captain, who is nearing the final act of a golden athletic career, is ready to talk about his life after baseball. He wants to be a book publisher. On Thursday, he is expected to announce that he will start his own publishing division, Jeter Publishing, a..." November 14
MLB Trade Rumors "The Yankees announced that have re-signed shortstop Derek Jeter to a one-year deal worth $12MM. Jeter, who is represented by Casey Close of Excel Sports Management, had a $9.5MM player option on his previous contract, but this deal will override that option. The long-time Yankee Captain will..." November 01
New York Post "While shifting to another position might be best for Derek Jeter physically Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said on Tuesday he doesn’t see the 39-year-old captain moving. “I think the options really for him are shortstop and DH” Cashman said. Jeter — who has a $9.5 million player..." October 02
SB Nation "The New York Yankees activated pitcher David Phelps from the 60-Day DL Saturday according to the Yankees official Twitter page. The team moved Derek Jeter to the 60-Day DL to open a spot on the 40-man roster for Phelps. The Yankees originally placed Phelps on the DL with a forearm strain on..." September 14
Hardball Talk "And with this move Derek Jeter‘s nightmare season effectively ends. Jeter last played on September 7 so if he was DL’d retroactively he could theoretically make the last few games of the season (the Yankees have 17 games left). But that’s only if everything worked out perfectly for him. And..." September 12
New York Post "He is Derek Jeter so of course he was going to make it back for Opening Day. And when he refractured his left ankle the recalibration was to early in the second half — ahead of schedule for sure — to help save the Yankees’ season. Jeter wasn’t going to be stopped by quad and calf setbacks and..." September 12
Derek Jeter is going on the DL. His season is over.
New York Daily News "Alex Rodriguez despite his myriad off-the-field troubles has been the best offensive threat behind Alfonso Soriano of late but the slugger tweaked his left hamstring Tuesday night when he rounded third base and scored on a Robinson Cano RBI single in the 8th inning. He appeared to grimace on the..." September 11
New York Daily News "The whispers are getting louder. Since last October many have declared Derek Jeter’s career effectively over. The thinking went like this: there’s no way a 39-year-old shortstop could make it back from a broken ankle to play again at a high level. Not even Jeter. Those people are probably..." September 10
Foxsports.com "On Friday I asked Derek Jeter if it would be special to pass Paul Molitor for ninth place on the all-time hits list. Jeter was four hits shy of Molitor at the time and I was curious if it would mean anything more to overtake a Hall of Famer against whom he once competed. As I expected Jeter..." September 09
New York Post "We have known since early March that Mariano Rivera was retiring at the conclusion of this season. But there are now scenarios developing in which the remainder of the Core Four also could call it a career. Both Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte said they want to table discussions about the future..." September 09
Hardball Talk "Derek Jeter was removed from Saturday’s loss to the Red Sox with soreness in his surgically-repaired left ankle. A CT scan came back negative but the veteran shortstop is going to be out for a little while. According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Sunday..." September 08
CBSSports.com "Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter continues to struggle with his surgically repaired left ankle as he was removed from Saturday's game against the Red Sox early. Manager Joe Girardi told reporters (Sweeny Murti) that he didn't like the way Jeter was running. The Yankees have announced in a press..." September 07
New York Post "Manager Joe Girardi’s decision to use Derek Jeter as the DH for the second time in three games last night against the White Sox had nothing to do with Jeter’s legs or any other body part barking. “I am trying to make sure we can run him out there every day’’ said Girardi who has had Jeter in..." September 04
New York Post "An AL talent evaluator who tracked Derek Jeter for three games in Toronto saw some positive signs from the shortstop swinging the bat. “He looked a little rusty but in the few days during batting practice and the games it looked like the bat started to get more life in it’’ the scout..." August 30
Newsday "Derek Jeter's not stupid so he knows the odds that he will play straight through until the end of this season are not very good. How could he think otherwise? The Yankees' captain realizes that his legs aren't right or at least not in the shape they need to be and there's nothing he can do to..." August 27
MLB.com "Late-inning rallies allowed both the Blue Jays and the Yankees to avoid sweeps on Sunday. New York will get an added boost when their captain Derek Jeter returns to the team for the series opener against Toronto on Monday at Rogers Centre. Due to multiple leg injuries Jeter has made three trips..." August 26
New York Post "Derek Jeter played what should be his final rehab game last night for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre going 1-for-3 with a throwing error in seven innings against Pawtucket. He is expected to travel today and meet the Yankees tomorrow in Toronto. “That’s the plan” manager Joe Girardi said..." August 25
New York Post "Eduardo Nunez is currently the Yankees’ only healthy shortstop. That may change soon. Derek Jeter went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI in five innings Thursday night in his first rehab game for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre against Pawtucket as he comes back from a strained right calf. He..." August 23
Girardi said the plan is for Derek Jeter to play again on Saturday at Triple-A. Sounds like Yankees might activate him Monday at Toronto.
New York Post "Maybe the fourth time will be the charm. Derek Jeter’s latest comeback attempt moved forward Tuesday when he played a second simulated game in as many days in Tampa. He also ran the bases for the first time since suffering a strained right calf the latest setback in his injury-riddled..." August 21
New York Post "Joe Girardi already has ruled Derek Jeter out of tomorrow’s doubleheader against the Blue Jays at Yankee Stadium. And neither general manager Brian Cashman nor Girardi can give a date when the shortstop will return from the disabled list. “I don’t know’’ Cashman said. Asked if Jeter — who..." August 19
Hardball Talk "There’s no timetable for Derek Jeter‘s return from the disabled list because as Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reports the Yankees shortstop has not been cleared to resume running yet. Jeter has been on the disabled list since August 3 with a strained right calf and has progressed..." August 19
New York Post "Derek Jeter was busy before the Yankees’ 11-3 win over the Angels Wednesday night but manager Joe Girardi said there wasn’t a definitive plan for the shortstop who is on the disabled list with a strained right calf. Jeter would “take BP [Wednesday] and go to Tampa when we go to Boston’’ said..." August 15
New York Post "Derek Jeter took batting practice on the field yesterday for the first time since going on the disabled list with a strained right calf but after a season filled with injuries and setbacks he knows he doesn’t have much say in where he goes from there. “At this point do you think I have any..." August 14
New York Post "Derek Jeter’s rehab program for a strained right calf muscle progressed yesterday to the point he used a bat to hit soft-toss and off a tee. Beyond that? “You got me” Jeter said when asked whether running will be added to the program. Jeter is not likely to be activated from the disabled..." August 13
New York Post "Listening to manager Joe Girardi talk about Derek Jeter’s program it doesn’t sound like the shortstop will bounce off the disabled list Sunday the first day he is eligible. Jeter is shelved with a strained right calf. “He will continue to increase his work here’’ Girardi said of Jeter who..." August 12
Hardball Talk "Maybe the Yankees were thinking of waiting a couple of more days to see how Derek Jeter‘s injured calf would respond but that would have required cutting an infielder to make room for the returning Alex Rodriguez on Monday. Instead they chose the prudent course and placed Jeter on the disabled..." August 05
Derek Jeter underwent an MRI on his calf. Team awaits results.
Derek Jeter has the next two days off. He has a calf problem Girardi said.
New York Post "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..." August 03
New York Post "Watching Robinson Cano not run hard to first base is a common sight by now and something that doesn’t seem to bother manager Joe Girardi. But watching Derek Jeter who has been advised by Girardi to be careful with his right quadriceps not go full tilt down the line is a strange sight. Four..." August 01
New York Post "Joe Girardi understands Derek Jeter is 39 coming back from two fractured bones in the left ankle and a right quadriceps injury. Nevertheless the Yankees’ manager understands Jeter’s value to his team that is on the brink of falling out of the AL East race. “I wouldn’t hesitate to play him..." July 31
ESPN New York "Derek Jeter had no doubts he was ready to return and one pitch into his second comeback of the season he showed it. The Yankees captain homered in his first at-bat Sunday staking New York to a 1-0 lead in the first inning as they try to avoid a sweep to the first-place Tampa Bay Rays. Jeter..." July 28
ESPN New York "Derek Jeter is ready to return to the New York Yankees -- again. Travis Hafner on the other hand is headed to the disabled list. Jeter played a simulated game on Saturday and if he feels good when he arrives at Yankee Stadium on Sunday manager Joe Girardi plans to start him at..." July 27
Girardi just announced Jeter is playing tomorrow versus the Rays.
New York Daily News "Sunday maybe. Derek Jeter had expressed optimism Friday that he’d be activated on the first day he’s eligible to return but the Yankees announced following their 10-6 loss to the Rays that they will arrange a simulated game for the shortstop on Saturday. Jeter who was examined by team..." July 27
CBSSports.com "The Yankees' plan with Derek Jeter is believed to be to give him one extra day to rest and activate him from the disabled list Sunday. That's the hope anyway. Jeter will play in a simulated game Saturday the day he was eligible to come off the disabled list and if all goes well Sunday will be..." July 27
New York Post "Derek Jeter is eligible to come off the disabled list Saturday but don’t look for him to be in the Yankees’ lineup against the Rays. Though Jeter has been making progress with his right quadriceps injury by doing more running and regularly taking batting practice and ground balls manager Joe..." July 25
Derek Jeter on the field taking BP. Eligible to come off the DL Saturday.
New York Post "Derek Jeter stood in an imaginary bullpen batter’s box as Andy Pettitte and Phil Hughes threw yesterday at Fenway Park. Jeter said it was to get timing on pitches while on the disabled list. To the Yankees, who lost to the Red Sox 8-7 in 11 innings, the question is when does Jeter step into a..." July 22
USA Today "The New York Yankees placed Derek Jeter on the disabled list with a Grade 1 right quadriceps strain Friday. Jeter played one game with the big-league Yankees after returning from his last DL stint, which he spent recovering from the ankle injury he first suffered in the 2012 AL Championship..." July 20
Brian Cashman said he was unsure if Derek Jeter will be able to return when his two weeks are up.
MLB Daily Dish "The decision has been made. The New York Yankees will place shortstop Derek Jeter on the 15-day disabled list on Friday, a source has confirmed to MLBDailyDish's Chris Cotillo. The 39-year old strained his right quad in his season debut last week against the Kansas City Royals, and has been..." July 19
New York Post "Just because Derek Jeter will be in Boston tonight doesn’t guarantee the Yankees captain is ready to return to action. According to general manager Brian Cashman, Jeter will meet the Yankees at Fenway Park and it will be decided whether he will play against the Red Sox, will remain on the..." July 19
New York Post "Getting hit by a Matt Harvey fastball clocked at 96 mph in the first inning of Tuesday night’s All-Star Game didn’t stop Robinson Cano from traveling home to the Dominican Republic. “He is in the Dominican and [is] day-to-day,’’ general manager Brian Cashman said of his best player, who left..." July 18
New York Post "Matt Harvey envies Derek Jeter – especially when it comes to the ladies. The Mets pitching phenom told Men’s Journal that he wants the kind of love life Jeter has had for years in New York City, complete with the gorgeous celebrities and uncanny privacy. "That guy is the model," Harvey said...." July 18
Cashman said Cano is day-to-day and no decision on Jeter yet.
MLB.com "The Yankees may not know if Derek Jeter's strained right quadriceps is playable until after the All-Star Game, manager Joe Girardi said. "We're really not going to evaluate him probably until Thursday or Friday," Girardi said. Jeter suffered a Grade 1 strain of the quad running out a ground..." July 14