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Life with Alex Rodriguez breaks down in strange ways for the New York Yankees.
Alex Rodriguez got booed in pregame introductions, booed when his picture was put up on the video board and booed again when came to bat in the first inning.
Shortstop Derek Jeter went back on the disabled list. Leadoff hitter Brett Gardner was ejected for throwing his helmet. And outfielder Zoilo Almonte sprained his ankle during the game.
In his first game this season, Derek Jeter strained his right quadriceps in his third at-bat Thursday. He will now miss the weekend series against Minnesota, and New York will not rule out a return to the disabled list.
Derek Jeter was not going to take it easy, not after spending 91 agonizing games sidelined with a broken ankle. That's not Jeter.
Derek Jeter walked into the Yankees' clubhouse about 2 1/2 before gametime, carrying an equipment bag. After a nine-month layoff, the captain was back in the lineup.
Derek Jeter stepped into the batter's box at Yankee Stadium for the first time in nine months, and the crowd rose as one and cheered.
Outfielder Curtis Granderson became the first of the New York Yankees' injured stars to return to the lineup, rejoining the team 2 1/2 months after breaking his right forearm in his first at-bat of spring training.
As Derek Jeter dug in against Andy Pettitte, a familiar voice boomed from the top step of the dugout.