With every step came agony.
Derek Jeter couldn't run the bases, couldn't jog off the field, couldn't shift his position at shortstop without sharing his pain with a sellout crowd Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium. So, for the first time in 155 career playoff appearances, Jeter limped off the field before the outcome was final.
When Raul Ibañez swatted a pair of dramatic homers to lift...
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