Derek Jeter remained in a funk at the plate, going hitless in three at-bats during the New York Yankees' 4-0 win over Pittsburgh on Friday in Tampa, Fla.

The Yankees captain fouled two balls off his left ankle in the first inning before striking out against Edinson Volquez. Jeter was limited to 17 games last season after breaking his left ankle during the 2012 playoffs.

He's 5 for 41 overall (.122) in spring training games.

Meanwhile, CC Sabathia pitched seven shutout innings for New York

  • Philadelphia reserve infielder Freddy Galvis was diagnosed with a staph infection caused by MRSA and will start the season on the disabled list. "Right now, we're more concerned with his overall health than anything else," general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said. "He's going to be in the hospital for a little bit, I don't know how long." Galvis sustained a cut on his knee during an exhibition game and last played March 16.

  • Detroit quickly moved to help replace injured shortstop Jose Iglesias, acquiring Andrew Romine from the Los Angeles Angels for pitcher Jose Alvarez. Iglesias could miss the season because of stress fractures in both legs. Also, reliever Bruce Rondon needs surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right elbow and will be sidelined for the season.

  • The Los Angeles Dodgers placed pitcher Josh Beckett (thumb) and outfielder Matt Kemp (knee) on the 15-day disabled list in paring their active roster to 25 players for the season opener against Arizona in Sydney, Australia.

    Motor sports

    Matt Kenseth won the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Fontana, edging Brad Keselowski in a knockout qualifying session. Kenseth turned a lap at 187.315 mph, beating Keselowski's 187.105 at the two-mile oval.

  • J.R. Hildebrand will drive a second entry for Ed Carpenter Racing in the Indianapolis 500 on May 25. Carpenter will drive the other entry.

    Tennis

    Roger Federer made a victorious return to the Sony Open after skipping last year's event, ousting Ivo Karlovic 6-4, 7-6 (4) in Key Biscayne, Fla. Novak Djokovic followed Federer onto the stadium court and into the third round, beating Jeremy Chardy 6-4, 6-3. On the women's side, Li Na reached the third round when Alisa Kleybanova withdrew because of a viral illness. Kleybanova is mounting a comeback from Hodgkin's lymphoma. Also, Venus Williams beat Anna Schmiedlova 6-3, 6-3.

    MLS

    Seattle midfielder Clint Dempsey was suspended for two games for violent conduct toward Toronto FC's Mark Bloom in last week's match. Dempsey hit Bloom in the stomach/groin area. Dempsey claimed he was trying to slap Bloom's hand off his back.

  • Seattle's game scheduled for Saturday against the Impact was postponed until Sunday because of expected snow in Montreal. Due to the instability of the Olympic Stadium roof, events can't be held there if more than an inch of snow is forecast.

    Winter sports

    American Hannah Kearney retained her freestyle World Cup moguls title in the last event of the season. She beat Olympic silver medalist Chloe Dufour-Lapointe in La Plagne, France.

    College football

    Highly coveted quarterback Josh Rosen of St. John Bosco High-Bellflower made an oral commitment to UCLA. ESPN.com ranks him the nation's No. 1 pocket passer in the Class of 2015.