Watch Derek Jeter Fracture His Ankle and Yankee Stadium Turn Deathly Silent
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Yankees manager Joe Girardi informed media after the game that Jeter’s postseason was done and that the shortstop will face a three-month recovery from the injury. He also said it was not a career-threatening injury.
Earlier in the game, Jeter had collected his 200th career postseason hit. It’s going to be beyond weird to see the Yankees playing October baseball without him.
And it’s going to be a very bleak morning in New York City for a lot of people.