Derek Jeter went 0-for-2 with a walk and a run scored on Saturday, and Girardi joked that he "had to do a lot of things to get him under the radar." Jeter also played flawlessly in the field, including turning a double play where he had to tag Cesar Hernandez on the bases and then throw to first.
"I thought that was a big play," Girardi said. "It shows me that his mobility is there. He's not favoring anything, not wincing. He just did what he had to do."
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