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16/05/2017

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NEW YORK -- Derek Jeter was not going to take it easy, not after spending 91 agonizing games sidelined with a broken ankle. Nike Air Max 95 Clearance . Thats not Jeter. At 39 years old, the New York Yankees captain might not have been ready to return to the team at his desired level of play. In his first game this season, Jeter strained his right quadriceps in his third at-bat Thursday. He will miss the weekend series against Minnesota, and New York wont rule out a return to the disabled list. "Its frustrating. I dont know what else you want me to say," Jeter said in a statement Friday. "I worked hard to get to the point of rejoining the team yesterday. Its not how you draw it up, but hopefully Ill be back out there soon and help this team win some games." After just four rehabilitation games, the Yankees pushed up the star shortstops return one day after Brett Gardner and Travis Hafner got hurt Wednesday night. Jeter had been telling the team he was ready to return, and general manager Brian Cashman said reports from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre were positive. So Jeter returned to a huge ovation and beat out an infield hit in his first at-bat. He also scored a run and had an RBI on a groundout that ended in a close play at first. He was pinch hit for in the eighth inning. "The way the game unraveled in his first two at-bats, they were go getem situations, and Dereks going to do everything he can to succeed, and his body said not yet," Cashman said. "Is that because of his age or more so maybe what hes coming back from? ... Its hard to say." Either way, Jeter is out again. An MRI showed a grade one strain. Jeter, of course, was against going straight to the disabled list. The plan is to keep the shortstop out for the three-game series against the Twins, and then he will have four days for the All-Star break to receive further treatment before the Yankees reevaluate. After the break, they start a series at Boston on July 19. "Well have to give it some time and see how he responds," said Cashman, who added that Jeters ankle is fine. Cashman wouldnt blame age as a factor for Jeters latest injury: "I dont want to say its Father Time knocking on his door." But manager Joe Girardi was realistic about how he uses the Yankees career hits leader. "I dont think its a guy that you can run out there 40, 50 days in a row like you used to," Girardi said. "Youre going to have to manage that." In a season full of makeshift lineups because of absent former All-Stars, the Yankees appear to have been snakebit twice. Call it DL 2.0. Jeter joins Mark Teixeira (wrist surgery), outfielder Curtis Granderson (broken pinkie) and catcher Francisco Cervelli (broken hand), who have been hurt and then had setbacks or second injuries. Teixeira returned briefly before season-ending surgery. Cervelli developed a stress reaction and is shut down for now. Granderson, who broke his forearm in his first at-bat in spring training only to be hit again after eight games back, was just cleared Thursday to take dry swings, Cashman said. Alex Rodriguez (hip surgery) was due to play seven innings for Class-A Tampa on Friday night, but the game was rained out. He is just 2 for 15 in his rehab assignment with one RBI. Cashman was eager to get his stars back but with all the setbacks and uncertainty, he can expect to explore trades as the July 31 deadline approaches. "When theyre healthy theyre getting plugged in," Cashman said. "And well be willing to sink or swim with them but dont misunderstand that were not going to try to reinforce other aspects when we can, if we can. But we really do look forward to getting those guys back." Either way, Girardi thinks the team, which is 50-42 despite all the injuries, will do just fine. "This group has been pretty good about moving on," he said. NOTE: The Yankees completed a contract with their third first-round draft pick, Aaron Judge, No. 32 overall for $1.8 million. The outfielder out of Fresno State was a compensation pick for losing Nick Swisher to free agency. Cheap Air Max 90 . In Europe, top teams seem to be largely happy with their squads after spending nearly $1 billion in the off-season. And although English league clubs are unlikely to splash cash in January, Arsenal and Chelsea could be tempted to strengthen their squads with new strikers. Nike Air Max Outlet . Q: Team Canada announces their Olympic roster three weeks from today. Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. http://www.airmaxclearance.us/ . The visitors took a deserved lead in the 16th minute with midfielder Yohan Cabaye curling the ball beyond Adrian from inside the penalty area.TORONTO -- Kelly Johnson and Desmond Jennings homered and Tampa Bay starter Alex Cobb pitched 6 1-3 strong innings as the Rays defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre. Starter Ramon Ortiz (1-2) took the loss for Toronto, which had its four-game home winning streak come to an end. The rubber game in the three-game series will go Wednesday afternoon. Cobb (5-2) allowed three hits and one earned run to trim his earned-run average to 2.73. Fernando Rodney gave up a run in the ninth inning before picking up his ninth save. Colby Rasmus hit a solo homer for the Blue Jays, who fell deeper into the American League East basement at 18-27. Tampa Bay (24-21) gave Cobb an early lead by scoring a pair of runs in the second inning. Rays slugger Evan Longoria extended his hitting streak to 15 games with a double and moved to third on a James Loney groundout. Longoria scored when Luke Scott hit a slow grounder down the third-base line. Johnson followed with a solo blast. He took a 2-1 pitch from Ortiz over the wall in centre field for his eighth homer of the year. Jennings hit Ortizs first pitch of the third inning over the wall in left-centre for his fifth home run of the season. Left-hander Aaron Loup relieved Ortiz with runners on the corners and one out. First baseman Edwin Encarnacion made a nice defensive play by short-hopping a Loney chopper on the run and throwing out Ben Zobrist at home. Scott then drove in Longoria with a single to make it 4-0. Rasmus woke up the quiet crowd of 15,802 with a solo shot -- his seventh homer of the year -- in the fifth inning. The ball bounced off the 300-level scoreboard in right field and fell into the seats in the second deck. Toronto threatened with two outs in the sixth inning when Jose Bautista singled and Encarnacion walked. Air Max Sneaker 2017. Adam Lind hit a sharp grounder that former Blue Jays shortstop Yunel Escobar snagged behind second base and threw to first to get Lind by half a step. Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., reached on a throwing error by Longoria with one out in the seventh inning. Jake McGee relieved Cobb and got Rasmus on a flyout and pinch-hitter Mark DeRosa on a strikeout. Toronto cut into Tampas lead in the eighth inning. Munenori Kawasaki singled and moved to second on a Melky Cabrera walk. Bautista hit a single that scored Kawasaki. The Blue Jays loaded the bases with one out but J.P. Arencibia hit into an inning-ending double play. Rasmus doubled in the ninth inning and eventually scored on a wild pitch. Kawasaki reached base on a walk but was left stranded when Rodney got Cabrera on a strikeout to end the game. Ortiz allowed six hits, four earned runs, one walk and had one strikeout. Loup, Esmil Rogers, Steve Delabar and Brett Cecil handled relief duties for Toronto. Tampa Bay outhit Toronto 10-6 and the game took three hours 15 minutes to play. Notes: The series finale will be a rare late afternoon start. First pitch is scheduled for 4:37 p.m. Eastern Time. Mark Buehrle (1-3) is scheduled to start for Toronto against Jeremy Hellickson (2-2). Toronto will continue its nine-game homestand with a four-game series against the Baltimore Orioles. The Rays are off Thursday and will entertain the New York Yankees over the weekend. ... Ryan Roberts came in as a pinch-hitter for right-fielder Matt Joyce in the eighth inning. Joyce left the game with right hamstring tightness. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '