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Yankees Shut Down Jeter For Remainder Of Season

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Derek Jeter's season is over.

Jeter was taken out of Saturday's game after re-injuring his ankle following a base hit.

A CT scan was negative, but Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman said they're shutting him down for the rest of the season.

Jeter's problems began when he broke his ankle during last year's playoffs.

The Yankee captain did not make his debut this season until July, and he's played in only 17 games since then.

This is now his third trip to the disabled list since returning in July.

Late Tuesday night, the Yankees traded for shortstop Brendan Ryan from Seattle.

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