Derek Jeter Out Indefinitely with Ankle Injury
Derek Jeter, shortstop for the New York Yankees, has been struggling with his ankle all season, and the ankle injury appears to still be bothering him.
Jeter has only been able to participate in 17 games this season due to problems with ankle, which has been fractured twice in the last year and has been surgically repaired. This all began when the ankle injury originally occurred, last October during Game 1 of the ALCS.
Jeter recently underwent a CT scan on the ankle, and no fracture or break showed on the scan. Hopefully, a fracture is not the issue again.
Jeter has not spoken to reporters recently about the injury, and as of now, it is uncertain when Jeter will be ready for the game again.
We wish Jeter the best in his recovery! This has been a difficult season for both Jeter and the many fans who love to watch him play.
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