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Topic - Travis Hafner
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.
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.
The Cleveland Indians have placed designated hitter Travis Hafner on the 15-day disabled list with inflammation in his right knee.
A bad week on the injury front just got worse for the Cleveland Indians.
Cleveland Indians designated hitter Travis Hafner might need season-ending surgery on his right foot.
Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins went on the 15-day disabled list Monday with a groin strain, and All-Star third baseman Placido Polanco was activated from the DL.
Indians designated hitter Travis Hafner will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Akron, the next step in his recovery from an injured side muscle.
The Indians have been hit hard again.
Cleveland Indians designated hitter Travis Hafner was sidelined again Thursday because his right side was still sore.
Brandon League sat and stared into his locker in disbelief.
"People that need a first baseman's glove call me," Hafner said with a smile. ... 1B Mark Teixeira, who often struggles offensively in April, expects that playing for the United States in the World Baseball Classic will help.
"When I was coming up, he was the guy that I looked up to and I tried to pattern my game after him," designated hitter Travis Hafner said. "I wanted to be a hitter first. A patient hitter, working the pitcher, like he did, and then if the home runs came along that was OK, too."