Joe Girardi believes that byproducts of a previous injury affected Derek Jeter's footwork on the play in which he broke his ankle on Saturday night.
Girardi also acknowledged that Jeter had received a cortisone shot to allow him to keep playing after he originally suffered a bone bruise in early September.
Jeter suffered a bone bruise in his left foot in Game 3 of the AL Division Series.
"I don't think he was playing on a stress fracture http://www.indiansbaseballstore.com/omar-vizquel-jersey-c-31/ , but I think the weakness in his ankle, and the foul tip off his foot, contributed to that," Girardi said. "You hear a lot of guys talk about when they sprain one ankle, they usually hurt something else. I think it's inevitable, if you continue to play with something hurt, you're probably going to end up hurting yourself somewhere else."
Nathan Shows Interest In Pitching For Mets - RealGM Wiretap Longtime Twins closer Joe Nathan, who will be a free agent this winter, has admitted some interest in pitching for the Mets. "The Mets are a team on our radar for sure http://www.indiansbaseballstore.com/mike-napoli-jersey-c-16/ , but until we talk with them we can't be sure how well we fit," Nathan said. "I know what playing in New York is about and I know how passionate the fans are about the teams they like. ... I was a Met fan growing up and my friends from the area are giving me pressure to give them strong consideration." Mets general manager Sandy Alderson identified resolving the Jose Reyes situation and strengthening the club's bullpen as the two top offseason priorities. Nathan had a $12.5 million option with the Twins bought out for $2 million on Tuesday, but Minnesota is open to re-signing him. Cashman Isnt Comfortable Talking With A Rod - RealGM Wiretap
Brian Cashman revealed on Sunday that his relationship with Alex Rodriguez has deteriorated to the point that he is no longer comfortable talking to the player.
"I'm not comfortable talking to Alex about this because we feel we are in a litigious environment," Cashman said. "Hello and goodbye, that's about it. I'm not comfortable talking to him anymore. I don't want to be distorted."
Cashman said he and Rodriguez had crossed paths at the team hotel on Friday night, but merely exchanged greetings.
"I said hello," Cashman said. "I don't walk by him. He's a member of this team."
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In the year that I worked there, I got to know many of the residents. They confided in me. I learned that many of the seniors never really felt like it was their home or even a suitable replacement. Despite the extravagant landscaping, it was still institutionalized living. A lot of them hated the food. Some were even pretending to be happy just for their children. OK, some old folks are just cranky, and you cant please them no matter what. But regardless, I couldnt help the feeling that in many ways, retirement homes are completely unnecessary and even a waste of money.
In todays tight economy, its time to be creative and resourceful when it comes to finding a home for Mom and Dad. Rather than committing your parents (or grandparents) to expensive retirement institutions, consider these housing alternatives.
Make room at home (Seriously.)
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