Jeter’s Final Rehab Stint Spoiled By Curve

Thunder pitcher Craig Heyer joins Hank Fuerst on Sunday’s SBLI Pre-Game Show.

(Trenton, NJ) – Derek Jeter reached on a bunt single and turned a couple of double plays, but the Trenton Thunder (48-34) fell to the Altoona Curve (36-45) 8-1 on Sunday night in front of 9,212 at Waterfront Park. In the highest attended game in franchise history, the Yankee Captain, rehabbing an injured right calf, played six innings and finished 2-4 at the plate in his two-game rehab appearance with the Thunder over the last two nights. Despite the loss, the Thunder finish the seven-game homestand with a 5-2 record.

Hank:
Unforgettable
This seven-game homestand was
Hughes, Jeter, Reggie

Jay:
For the past two days
Trenton, the epicenter
Of the baseball world

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