Jeter Plays Shortstop For Scranton In 4th Rehab Start

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It wasn't the best game of the year for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders falling 5-1 to Rochester at PNC Field on Wednesday in front of 9,765 fans-most of them on hand to see Derek Jeter play in his 4th rehab start for the RailRiders.

Rochester pitcher Liam Hendriks went 8 innings and only gave up three hits and one run earning the victory. Derek Jeter was 0-3 with a strikeout. He is now hitting .111 here in AAA.

Jeter also committed a throwing error from his shortstop position.