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Jeter is not in the lineup Monday against the Rays, Sweeny Murti of WFAN reports.

In the midst of an 0-for-24 slump, Jeter will concede shortstop duties to Brendan Ryan, who will bat ninth.

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Jeter's elbow remains sore after being hit by pitch on Thursday, but it won't keep him out of the lineup, MLB.com reports.

Jeter reported no issues with his elbow after returning to game action. Manager Joe Girardi said he'll still likely sit some games out down the stretch, but those would be more part of giving him regular days off rather than to rest his sore elbow.

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Jeter (elbow) is back in the lineup for Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader against the Orioles, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.

An errant Brad Boxberger pitch plunked Jeter near his elbow Thursday, but it seems the 40-year-old escaped with just a bruise. He'll return to short and the two-hole in the order after sitting out the first game of the twin bill.

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Jeter is not in the lineup for the first game of Friday's doubleheader against the Orioles, ESPN New York reports.

Jeter will take a seat Friday afternoon, conceding the starting shortstop spot to Brendan Ryan. It's unclear whether the veteran will be available for the nightcap, but if he remains out, Ryan will likely be called upon again.

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Jeter is out of the lineup Saturday against the White Sox, Newsday's Erik Boland reports.

With an early afternoon game on tap following a night game Friday, manager Joe Girardi will rest the 40-year-old Jeter and instead turn to Stephen Drew to man short against right-hander Scott Carroll. Jeter's .533 OPS in August is his lowest in any month this season, but there's no doubt the Yankees will continue to give the future Hall of Famer regular time over the final weeks of the season.

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Jeter singled Saturday against the Indians to pass Honus Wagner for sixth on the all-time hits list with 3,431.

Passing Wagner also means Jeter has more hits than any shortstop in baseball history. Jeter, who has 115 hits this season, is 84 behind Tris Speaker for fifth place, which is probably out of reach.

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Jeter is out of the Yankees' lineup Thursday against the Tigers, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

This looks like nothing more than a routine day off for the 40-year-old Jeter, with an early afternoon game on tap following a night game. Deadline acquisition Stephen Drew will move over to shortstop in his absence, with Brendon Ryan manning the keystone against right-hander Rick Porcello. Jeter has hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games, posting a .347 average over that span.

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Derek Jeter went 3-for-4 on Monday to pass Carl Yastrzemski for seventh place all-time on the hits list.

Jeter finished tonight's game with 3,420 hits, officially leaving him 10 shy of Honus Wagner in sixth place at 3,430 (Baseball-reference has Wagner at 3,420, which is probably more accurate, but MLB uses Elias for its stats). Jeter also walked and stole a base tonight, making this one of his best games of the season (especially since he was facing Yu Darvish). It's his fifth three-hit game of the year.

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Derek Jeter went 2-for-4 with two runs scored Friday against the Reds.

Jeter singled to lead off the bottom of the fifth inning before Jacoby Ellsbury put the Yankees ahead with a two-run home run. The Captain hasn't had the smoothest ride in his swan song, but he has four multi-hit games in his last six. He's batting .275/.326/.325 over 84 games.

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Derek Jeter went 2-for-2 at the plate and scored a run Tuesday in his final All-Star Game.

Jeter doubled to right field to kick off the bottom of the first inning before scoring on a Mike Trout triple. He then had a bloop single to right field in the third inning before eventually being removed on defense in the fourth to a standing ovation. Jeter also nearly made a terrific play on defense to start off the game, making a diving stop on an Andrew McCutchen grounder before 'Cutch narrowly beat the throw at first. He could have easily been named MVP in a symbolic gesture, but it was probably even more symbolic to see Mike Trout win the award as a sort of passing of the torch to the new generation of players.