Derek Jeter is expected back in July, after the All-Star break.
Derek Jeter is expected to come back following the 2013 All-Star break.
Maybe he couldn't take the publicity.
On September 11, 2009.
Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig's record for most hits as a New York Yankee on September 11, 2009.
Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig's hit record on September 11, 2009, becoming the New York Yankees all-time hit leader.
He didn't play because both the Yankees and Derek thought the time during the All-Star break was better suited for Derek to get some much needed rest and to get healthy for the remainder of the season. Sports Media 101 sportsmedia101.com
During the broadcast during the NYY/LAA game on 8/9/08, it was discussed that Derek Jeter only needed 27 hits over his final 19 games at The Stadium to break Gehrig's record. Since then, Jeter had 3 hits on 8/15, 2 hits on 8/16, and went 4-for4 today (8/17). Again, if the info I heard is correct, Jeter should only need 18 more hits over the remaining 16 home games to become the all-time hits record holder in Yankee Stadium. Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig's hit record at the stadium on September 16, 2008. He now owns the record, that stands at 1,274 hits.
they did not break up there still going out together