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Derek Jeter Shouldn’t Rush Rehab to Make Quick Return to Yankees

the New York Yankees getting older, manager Joe Girardi will have to be more conservative with the amount of playing time he gives a lot of the core players on the roster. 

Derek Jeter will be high on the list of players who need to be monitored. 

When last we saw Jeter, he was being carried off the field at Yankee Stadium in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series against the Detroit Tigers. He was diagnosed with a fractured right ankle that required surgery. 

The rehab time for Jeter appears to put him on track to return around Opening Day on April 1 against Boston. 

The Yankee Captain told Anthony McCarron of the New York Daily News that he feels great right now and is having no issues ...

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