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Yankees shortstop, captain and legend Derek Jeter will retire following the 2014 season. Jeter made the announcement on Wednesday.
Yankee fans already rushing to try and buy tickets for the team's last home game. Jeter will go down as not only one of the all-time Yankee greats, but also one of the greatest players of all-time. That said, it seems as if Jeter's best years are behind him and this news may actually drive up Jeter's ADP, which may behoove you to let others make the nostalgic pick while you target a shortstop who is younger and less of a health risk.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Update: Corey Dickerson was removed from Saturday's game with a left quad injury.
While the news regarding Dickerson's plantar fasciitis was positive, he was removed after he fouled a ball off his back leg and is now day-to-day with what the team is calling a quad injury. When his leg appeared to be swollen, manager Walt Weiss opted to play it safe and remove Dickerson who had gone 0-for-3 in Saturday's game against the Giants. Consider him day-to-day for right now and figure he'll be a game-time decision for Sunday. Analysis: Howard Bender