|June 10 11:59 AM PT12:59 PM MT1:59 PM CT2:59 PM ET14:59 ET18:59 GMT2:59 CST11:59 AM MST1:59 PM EST2:29 PM VEN22:59 UAE1:59 PM CT-Jeter has slightly increased his baseball activities by fielding grounders hit directly at him. Jeter and injured teammate Eduardo Nunez took grounders on the outfield grass Monday at the Yankees' minor league complex. Jeter also continued playing catch.
Analysis: The 13-time All-Star hasn't played this season after breaking his left ankle in the playoffs last year and having surgery. Jeter sustained another fracture during his rehabilitation, and isn't expected back until after the All-Star break in mid-July.
|June 6 1:24 PM PT2:24 PM MT3:24 PM CT4:24 PM ET16:24 ET20:24 GMT4:24 CST1:24 PM MST3:24 PM EST3:54 PM VEN0:24 UAE (+1)3:24 PM CT-Jeter remains hopeful of getting cleared to increase his baseball activities next week.
Analysis: Still recovering from offseason left ankle surgery, the shortstop has moved his rehab program from New York to the Yankees' minor league complex in Tampa, Fla. Jeter resumed playing catch last week in addition to indoor cardio work and physical therapy. Jeter, who turns 39 later this month, will have a CT scan and be examined the middle of next week by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte N.C. The Yankees have said Jeter will be sidelined until after the All-Star break.
|May 29 4:45 PM PT5:45 PM MT6:45 PM CT7:45 PM ET19:45 ET23:45 GMT7:45 CST4:45 PM MST6:45 PM EST7:15 PM VEN3:45 UAE (+1)6:45 PM CT-Jeter is back in uniform at Yankee Stadium _ but only to play catch.
Analysis: The injured shortstop was on the field during batting practice Wednesday before the New York Yankees faced the Mets in the Subway Series. Still recovering from offseason ankle surgery, Jeter says he had the protective walking boot removed from his left foot last Friday and was recently cleared to throw. He says he has a CT scan scheduled for the middle of next week and then hopes to be cleared for additional baseball activities, such as swinging a bat.
|Apr. 19 6:59 AM PT7:59 AM MT8:59 AM CT9:59 AM ET9:59 ET13:59 GMT21:59 CST6:59 AM MST8:59 AM EST9:29 AM VEN17:59 UAE8:59 AM CT-Jeter has no doubt he will return to the New York Yankees this season at the same level that made him one of baseball's most revered players. The shortstop was in pinstripes Thursday when he spoke at Yankee Stadium for the first time about a new fracture that was discovered last week in the ankle he broke during Game 1 of the AL championship series Oct. 13.
Analysis: The Yankees have said the new injury should push Jeter's return to mid-July. Jeter says he has a date in mind but would not share it because he did not want to disappoint himself or anyone else after failing to be ready for opening day, his original plan.
|Apr. 15 3:12 PM PT4:12 PM MT5:12 PM CT6:12 PM ET18:12 ET22:12 GMT6:12 CST3:12 PM MST5:12 PM EST5:42 PM VEN2:12 UAE (+1)5:12 PM CT-Jeter is performing limited on-field work at the team's minor league complex in Florida as part of a rehabilitation program for a left ankle injury.
Analysis: Jeter took five rounds of batting practice on Monday. He also fielded 21 grounders at the normal shortstop position, which was a decreased total from workouts last Wednesday and Friday.
|Apr. 10 10:19 AM PT11:19 AM MT12:19 PM CT1:19 PM ET13:19 ET17:19 GMT1:19 CST10:19 AM MST12:19 PM EST12:49 PM VEN21:19 UAE12:19 PM CT-Jeter has resumed on-field hitting after being shut down last month by left ankle soreness.
Analysis: Jeter took 32 swings in batting practice Wednesday at the Yankees' minor league complex. The 38-year-old superstar also ran for the second consecutive day.
|Apr. 9 3:22 PM PT4:22 PM MT5:22 PM CT6:22 PM ET18:22 ET22:22 GMT6:22 CST3:22 PM MST5:22 PM EST5:52 PM VEN2:22 UAE (+1)5:22 PM CT-Jeter ran on a field for the first time in several weeks, his biggest steps yet in his comeback from injury.
Analysis: Jeter hasn't played since March 23, when his left ankle bothered him while running. He was placed on the disabled list on March 31 and there's no timetable on when the 38-year-old will be activated.
|Mar. 26 12:26 PM PT1:26 PM MT2:26 PM CT3:26 PM ET15:26 ET19:26 GMT3:26 CST12:26 PM MST2:26 PM EST2:56 PM VEN23:26 UAE1:26 PM CT-Jeter will be sidelined until after the All-Star break because of a new fracture in his injured left ankle
Analysis: Cashman said the injury to the 38-year-old shortstop "is obviously a setback.'' Jeter could be out at least three months.
|Mar. 24 9:10 AM PT10:10 AM MT11:10 AM CT12:10 PM ET12:10 ET16:10 GMT0:10 CST9:10 AM MST11:10 AM EST11:40 AM VEN20:10 UAE10:10 AM CT-Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says Jeter probably won't be ready for opening day.
Analysis: Cashman said Sunday it's "more likely than not'' Jeter will start the regular season on the disabled list because of ankle soreness. Cashman says the Yankees' captain was a little sore Sunday, one day after getting four at-bats as the designated hitter in a minor league exhibition game.
|Mar. 21 1:10 PM PT2:10 PM MT3:10 PM CT4:10 PM ET16:10 ET20:10 GMT4:10 CST1:10 PM MST3:10 PM EST3:40 PM VEN0:10 UAE (+1)2:10 PM CT-New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says Jeter will play only in minor league spring training games for the rest of spring training.
Analysis: The move could cut short how much time Jeter would miss if he starts the season on the 15-day disabled list. By not playing in major league exhibitions, the Yankees want to be able to backdate Jeter's start time on the DL if that's necessary.
|Mar. 19 10:00 AM PT11:00 AM MT12:00 PM CT1:00 PM ET13:00 ET17:00 GMT1:00 CST10:00 AM MST12:00 PM EST12:30 PM VEN21:00 UAE11:00 AM CT-Jeter was removed from New York's lineup against the Phillies on Tuesday for "precautionary" reasons because his surgically repaired left ankle feels "stiff."
Analysis: Jeter has mild inflammation of the ankle, a precautionary MRI showed. An X-ray was negative. He was listed as day-to-day.
|Mar. 12 8:58 AM PT9:58 AM MT10:58 AM CT11:58 AM ET11:58 ET15:58 GMT23:58 CST8:58 AM MST10:58 AM EST11:28 AM VEN19:58 UAE9:58 AM CT-Jeter says he will play at shortstop Wednesday night against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Analysis: It's the first time in the field for Jeter since ankle surgery last fall. Jeter says Tuesday after working out in Tampa, Fla., that he'll "be out there" against the Phillies after two games as the designated hitter. Jeter went 0 for 2 Monday in his second game at DH since breaking his left ankle in October. He had a single in two at-bats Saturday.
|Mar. 9 9:47 AM PT10:47 AM MT11:47 AM CT12:47 PM ET12:47 ET17:47 GMT1:47 CST10:47 AM MST12:47 PM EST1:17 PM VEN21:47 UAE11:47 AM CT-Jeter is in the starting lineup for the first time Saturday since ankle surgery last fall.
Analysis: Jeter was listed as the designated hitter in Saturday's spring training game against Atlanta. The 38-year-old broke his left ankle lunging for a grounder in the AL championship series opener against Detroit last Oct. 13 and had surgery a week later.
|Feb. 24 8:51 AM PT9:51 AM MT10:51 AM CT11:51 AM ET11:51 ET16:51 GMT0:51 CST9:51 AM MST11:51 AM EST12:21 PM VEN20:51 UAE10:51 AM CT-Jeter is about two weeks away from playing in spring training games for the first time since breaking his ankle last fall. New York general manager Brian Cashman said on Sunday that the shortstop should be ready to play around March. 10.
Analysis: Jeter practiced on-field running and agility drills for the second straight day Sunday. He expects to be ready for opening day April 1 against Boston. The 38-year-old broke his left ankle lunging for a grounder in the AL championship series opener against Detroit on Oct. 1 and had surgery a week later.
|Feb. 23 8:58 AM PT9:58 AM MT10:58 AM CT11:58 AM ET11:58 ET16:58 GMT0:58 CST9:58 AM MST11:58 AM EST12:28 PM VEN20:58 UAE10:58 AM CT-Jeter has practiced on-field running and agility drills for the first time since breaking his ankle last fall.
Analysis: Jeter worked out at Steinbrenner Field on Saturday with players that didn't travel for the Yankees' spring training opener against Atlanta. The 38-year-old broke his left ankle lunging for a grounder in the AL championship series opener against Detroit on Oct. 1 and had surgery a week later. He expects to be ready for opening day against Boston on April 1.
|Feb. 18 12:44 PM PT1:44 PM MT2:44 PM CT3:44 PM ET15:44 ET20:44 GMT4:44 CST1:44 PM MST3:44 PM EST4:14 PM VEN0:44 UAE (+1)2:44 PM CT-Jeter has taken part in most of the drills during the New York Yankees' first full-squad workout. The 38-year-old captain participated in on-field batting practice Monday for the first time since ankle surgery last October. Jeter, who has been hitting in an indoor cage, also took part in a 25-minute defensive session at shortstop.
Analysis: Although he didn't take part in agility or running, Jeter jogged onto the field at Steinbrenner Field to a loud ovation from several hundred fans. They cheered when Jeter lined a ball to right on his first BP swing. Jeter broke his left ankle lunging for a grounder in the AL championship series opener against Detroit on Oct. 1 and had surgery a week later. He says he will be in the lineup for opening day against Boston on April 1.
|Feb. 17 8:38 AM PT9:38 AM MT10:38 AM CT11:38 AM ET11:38 ET16:38 GMT0:38 CST9:38 AM MST11:38 AM EST12:08 PM VEN20:38 UAE10:38 AM CT-Jeter could start running on the field in the next couple days for the first time since ankle surgery and still expects to be ready for opening day. The captain met with reporters on Sunday, which was the reporting day for New York's position players.
Analysis: The 38-year-old Jeter broke his left ankle lunging for a grounder in the AL championship series opener against Detroit on Oct. 13, and had surgery a week later. The 13-time All-Star thinks he will play in his first exhibition game sometime after the next couple weeks. Jeter says the ankle has healed, and that the challenge now is to get back into baseball shape.
|Feb. 11 12:21 PM PT1:21 PM MT2:21 PM CT3:21 PM ET15:21 ET20:21 GMT4:21 CST1:21 PM MST3:21 PM EST3:51 PM VEN0:21 UAE (+1)2:21 PM CT-Jeter has run for the first time since breaking his left ankle in October. The 38-year-old New York Yankees captain jogged on a treadmill Monday at the Yankees' minor league complex. Jeter began his third week of workouts on a baseball field. He hit in a batting cage, fielded grounders on the grass in front of the infield dirt at shortstop and threw in the outfield.
Analysis: Jeter says he's been given the OK to do all activities on the leg he broke during Game 1 of the AL championship series against Detroit on Oct. 13. He had surgery a week later. The 13-time All-Star expects to be in New York's opening-day lineup against Boston on April 1.