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Derek Jeter goes 0-for-2 with walk in first rehab game

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Derek Jeter fielded a grounder at shortstop, but showed good movement to his left side on his surgically repaired left ankle.

MOOSIC, Pa. (AP) Derek Jeter finished 0 for 2 with a walk and played five innings at shortstop in a rehab game for the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders in Saturday night's game against Lehigh Valley.

Jeter hadn't played in a game since spring training for the Yankees after being sidelined with a broken ankle suffered in last year's ALCS loss to Detroit.

The Yankees' captain fielded one grounder at shortstop, but showed good movement to his left side on his surgically repaired left ankle.

At the plate, he showed good hustle on his lone ground ball attempt and didn't get to run the bases after his walk, getting stranded at first.

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