Dr. Robert Anderson

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Yankees’ Derek Jeter Resumes Hitting, Fielding Drills For 1st Time Since Mid-April

Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter resumed hitting and fielding drills Friday for the first time since mid-April, a day after receiving medical clearance to increase his rehabilitation program for a broken left ankle.


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Yankees’ Derek Jeter Set To Have Injured Ankle Examined Next Week

The 13-time All-Star turns 39 this month. He will have a CT scan and be examined by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. The team captain says he hopes to be cleared to increase his baseball activities.


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Jeter Expected To Be In Walking Boot When He Rejoins Teammates On Thursday

New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter is expected to be in a walking boot when he rejoins his teammates on Thursday for the start of a homestand at Yankee Stadium.


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Derek Jeter Has New Fracture In Injured Ankle, Will Be Out Until After All-Star Break

Yankees captain Derek Jeter will be sidelined until after the All-Star break because of a new fracture in his injured left ankle. Brian Cashman said the injury to the shortstop “is obviously a setback.” Jeter could be out at least three months.


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Derek Jeter Is ‘100 Percent Healed’; Could Make First Game Appearance Saturday

The shortstop went to Charlotte, N.C., on Thursday for a scheduled visit to see Dr. Robert Anderson, the surgeon who operated on his ankle last October. “He said everything’s healed,” Jeter said. “100 percent healed.”


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Mariano Rivera’s Family Headed To Florida For Closer’s News Conference

Mariano Rivera’s family is on its way to Florida for the expected announcement that one of baseball’s greatest relievers will retire after the season.


Derek Jeter reacts to his injury in Game 1 of the ALCS. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Yankees Expect Injured Derek Jeter To Be Ready To Go By Opening Day

“He’ll be ready when he’s ready,” general manager Brian Cashman said. “I believe that Dr. Anderson just put in a more conservative time frame on it, as explained to me.”


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Derek Jeter To Have Surgery On Ankle; Will Likely Need 4 To 5 Months To Recover

Derek Jeter had scans on Sunday which confirmed the fracture. He has not accompanied the Yankees in Detroit. His recovery was initially expected to take three months, but that timetable is now longer.


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Report: Injured Derek Jeter ‘Likely’ To Undergo Surgery After Fracturing Ankle

An MRI on Derek Jeter’s lower leg did not show extensive ligament damage, CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman reported. However, surgery is “likely” for the iconic shortstop.


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Giants’ Brandon Jacobs In Line To Carry Load He’s Been ‘Clamoring’ For

Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken bone in his foot and his status for Sunday’s game against the Pats is uncertain. That means Jacobs could get those extra carries he’s been so upset over.


Aaron Ross of the New York Giants poses for his headshot at photo day in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by NFL Photos)

Giants: Aaron Ross Has Tear In Plantar Fasciitis

The Giants say an examination by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C., revealed the tear for the cornerback and No. 1 punt returner.