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Jeter went 1-for-2 with an RBI single before being removed in the third inning of the Yankees' 9-5 win over the Red Sox on Sunday. The hit was the 3,465th of his career and increased his career batting average to .310.

Jeter's 20-year career ended on a high note, knocking in a run on an infield single in a win against the division-rival Red Sox. He finishes with the most hits in franchise history, while trailing only Pete Rose (4,256), Ty Cobb (4,189), Hank Aaron (3,771), Stan Musial (3,630) and Tris Speaker (3,514) for the most hits in baseball history.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter (hamstring) is in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Red Sox, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

Jeter may or may not have suffered a minor hamstring injury Saturday, but he will still be in the lineup for the final game of his career Sunday. Given both of those items, it would not be a surprise if he was removed from Sunday's game at some point prior its conclusion.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter may have tweaked his hamstring during Saturday's game against the Red Sox, Bob Klapisch of The Record reports.

Jeter's injury does not appear serious, but it could prevent him from playing Sunday. Manager Joe Girardi said he will leave that decision up to Jeter, so expect the Yankees' lineup to reveal whether or not Jeter will play.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter is in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Red Sox, Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York reports.

Jeter was expected to play Saturday, and he will do just that after sitting out Friday. Jeter will serve as the designated hitter and bat second in the penultimate game of his lengthy career.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter will DH both Saturday and Sunday against the Red Sox, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

He said that if it were against any other team, he may have sat out the final series of his career, as he had a storybook finish Thursday in his final home game at Yankee Stadium. Those worried about missing more than just Friday's game from the Yankee captain can now rest easy.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter will not play Friday against the Red Sox, Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reports.

Jeter's final game at Yankee Stadium couldn't have been scripted any better, as he went 2-for-5 with a double and three RBI, including the game-winner off the Orioles' Evan Meek. It seems he is emotionally drained, as Jeter will not even be an option to pinch-hit Friday, but he did say he will play in some capacity this weekend. Brendan Ryan will man short in Jeter's absence.

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Jeter had the game-winning hit in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday, as the Yankees won 6-5 against the Orioles. He finished the game 2-for-5 with three RBI.

Jeter provided lots of drama during the final home at-bat of his career, singling off of Evan Meek to score pinch-runner Antoan Richardson from second base. He also had an RBI double in the first inning. The veteran shortstop has been hitting well this week, so he might be worth a shot over the weekend at Fenway Park, if you're looking to pick up a hitter.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter went 1-for-3 with three RBI, one double and one walk Monday against the Orioles.

Jeter is on fire during the final home stand of his career as he is 9-for-20 with one home run, six RBI and three doubles. He is trying to end his career on a high note and might provide fantasy owners with a boost at shortstop over the final week of his career.

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Jeter could play in all of the Yankees' eight remaining games, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

With Jeter's career nearing an end, and him heating up again following a long slump, he could play every day the rest of the way. He may serve as the designated hitter in a few contests, but it looks like fantasy owners, and fans hoping to see him off, can count on him being a regular in the lineup the rest of the way.

Derek Jeter SS/DH NYY 2 Months

Jeter went 2-for-4 with a solo homer in Thursday's 3-2 win over Toronto.

Jeter, who ended an 0-for-26 slump Wednesday, smacked his fourth home run of the season off of knuckleballer R.A. Dickey. With just 10 days left in the season, it's quite possible that Thursday's homer will end up being the last long ball of Jeter's career.