NEW YORK, May 21 (UPI) -- New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is listed day-to-day with a contusion on his left hand.
The injury occurred when he was hit by a pitch by Baltimore pitcher Daniel Cabrera in the third inning of Tuesday night's 12-2 loss to the Orioles.
Both benches cleared in the incident but no punches were thrown.
Jeter left the game and an X-ray was taken by team physician Dr. Stuart Hershon. Results were negative, he said.
"Obviously, it doesn't feel good, but I should be all right (for Wednesday)," Jeter said on the team's Web site. "Fortunately, it's not broken."
The injury came on the night that the Yankees got third baseman Alex Rodriguez back from the 15-day disabled list, where he had been sidelined because of strained right quadriceps.
Jeter, an eight-time American League all-star, is hitting .312 with two home runs and 21 RBI in 157 at bats.