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Yankees place Derek Jeter on disabled list

Yankees place Derek Jeter on disabled list


Yankees place Derek Jeter on disabled list, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a grade 1 quadriceps strain, retroactive to July 12, the Yankees announced Friday morning. Brent Lillibridge has been promoted from Triple-A to take Jeter's roster spot for the time being.

Jeter, 39, made it back from the DL for only one game before falling injured. He was 1-for-4 with an RBI in said game. Previously, Jeter missed the first three-plus months of the 2013 season as he was recovering from offseason ankle surgery, stemming from a broken ankle during the 2012 ALCS.

A healthy Jeter could really provide a boost for the Yankees' offense, as Yankees shortstops are collectively hitting a pathetic .210/.268/.279 so far this season. In 159 games last season, Jeter hit .316/.362/.429.
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