This couldn’t have come in a better time because as one of the stars is in a heap of trouble, the New York Yankees have a lot to be excited about, as today marks the return of their captain, Derek Jeter, who makes his return to the line-up. The team certainly needs an extra bat in the line-up, as they have lost the last 3 out of 4 games before recently winning 8-1 against the Royals, so the 39 year-old will definitely spark the team as they wrap up the series with the Kansas City Royals. The team says he will be the designated hitter and will bat second. It also marks the first game with his team since he broke his ankle during the playoffs last year. He was injured last October in Game 1 of the ALCS series versus the Detroit Tigers, and he vowed to make a return by Opening Day, but due to a second fracture being discovered during Spring Training, it put a halt to his return. Just recently, Jeter played the fourth game of his rehab assignment with AAA Scranton last night, where he was 0- for-3 with an error. Before that, he was sent to Scranton, where he’d spent the last several months rehabilitating his ankle in Tampa. You rest assure you’re going to hear lots of “Let’s go J-E-T-E-R!!!” chants tonight. Do not miss out.