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Derek Jeter Will Have a Bounce-Back Season After Finally Regaining Health

class="ui-droppable">At this time last season, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter attempted to stay positive regarding his health when he began his spring training workouts. Unfortunately, his optimistic nature was not enough to carry him into the regular season remotely healthy.

Jeter only managed to play 17 games in 2013, compiling some of the worst statistics of his storied 19-year career with the Yankees. With just 63 at-bats, the shortstop managed only 12 hits for a batting average of .190—his lowest since his rookie season in 1995.

This year, it's different for Jeter.

There has been plenty of talk about his impending retirement—he will be turning 40 in June. However, it's been all business for the ...

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