Here's a breakdown of how he did.
AT THE PLATE: Jeter finished 0-for-2 with a walk in Triple-A Wilkes-Barre's game against Rochester.
He led things off for the RailRiders with a high chopper to short and reached on a throwing error by Red Wings shortstop Doug Bernier.
In the third inning, Jeter worked a walk after an 0-2 count. He grounded out to third in the fifth and then left the game.
IN THE FIELD: It was a fairly uneventful evening for Jeter in the field.
The 39-year-old looked pain-free when he charged a grounder in the top of the first. He fielded it and threw on the run to get Rochester center fielder Anton Richardson.
In the third, Jeter fielded a grounder and fired to second baseman Brent Lillibridge for a forceout. Also in the inning, Jeter fielded a throw from catcher J.R. Murphy at second and tagged out the Rochester runner. Jeter had to move laterally, so it seemed to be a good test of his ankle.
ON THE BASES: After running out the grounder in the first, Jeter showed good speed going from first to third on Murphy's single to right field. And after drawing a walk in the third and advancing to second, Jeter scored on a single.
Afterward, he said, "Everything felt fine."
Jeter broke his ankle Oct. 13 and had surgery. He played five spring training games, but a new break was discovered April 18. He has not played in a regular-season game this year.