Derek Jeter to play two games in Trenton this weekend
- Andy Pettitte pitched for Trenton Thunder in Sept. 2010
“I feel good now,” Jeter told reporters after working out at the Yankees’ minor-league complex in Tampa, Fla. “I’m ready to get out of here.”
Jeter remains six hits shy of becoming the 28th player in major-league history to reach 3,000. A strained right calf June 13 landed him on the disabled list.
His two games with the Double-A Thunder (Saturday and Sunday) will come while the Yankees play the Mets on Saturday and Sunday. The Yankees then play three games against the Indians before returning to the Bronx on July 7 for a four-game series against the Rays — an opportune time for Jeter to reach the milestone."...
- Andy Pettitte pitching in Trenton, Sept. 2010:
- Andy pitched 4 scoreless innings for a season high crowd of 8072 in Trenton,
- final score 1-0 over New Hampshire in 12 innings.
- 6/30/11, "Derek Jeter to play in Trenton this weekend before returning to Yankees," NJ Star-Ledger, Berman, Orr