"We'll see where he's at [Wednesday]," Girardi said. "I didn't have to play him today, so that's good. That gives that foot an extra days' rest."
Jeter has been hobbled by a bone bruise to his left ankle and has served as the designated hitter in the Yankees' last four games.
On Sunday, Girardi was not sure if Jeter was healthy enough to resume playing shortstop. Girardi also said that he did not know if Jeter would be a player for him in both games of Wednesday's doubleheader.
"That's a wait-and-see," Girardi said. "My guess is he'll tell me he feels great and he'll want to play both, but I'll have to see."