Mark Rogers allowed three hits and two runs in two innings Sunday in a rehab start with the Class A Brevard County Manatees as he continues his comeback from a shoulder injury.

Rogers, a Milwaukee Brewers farmhand from Orrs Island, is on the 60-day disabled list because of what the team has termed right shoulder instability — a muscle injury in the back of his shoulder.

The former Mt. Ararat High star and 2004 first-round draft pick has not pitched in the majors this season.

Rogers retired the first five batters he faced Sunday before giving up a single, a double and another single.

It was his second rehab start, following a two-inning outing Wednesday for the rookie-level Arizona Brewers in which he allowed one hit and struck out four.

YANKEES: Shortstop Derek Jeter has a strained right calf and it’s not certain when he will play again.

An MRI revealed the mild strain, the latest setback in a year already full of injuries for the team captain.

“It’s frustrating,” Jeter said after the Yankees lost 6-3 to San Diego. “It’s terrible. The whole season has been a nightmare.”

The 38-year-old Jeter did not play the last two days against the Padres.

Jeter is hitting .211 (4 for 19) with one homer and two RBI since coming off the disabled list July 27. “I’m not so sure what we’re going to do,” Yankees Manager Joe Girardi said.

Before the game, Girardi said he didn’t know if this injury came about because of a strained right quadriceps that landed Jeter on the disabled list from July 12 until being activated last Sunday.

It appeared that Jeter took an awkward step while making a play in Friday night’s 7-2 loss. He also had an awkward slide into third base.

DODGERS: Shortstop Hanley Ramirez jammed his right shoulder when he tumbled into the stands after a catch Sunday, and the team hopes he can avoid the disabled list.

Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly said he expects Ramirez will have an MRI on Monday.

INDIANS: Top prospect Danny Salazar will rejoin Cleveland to pitch in the upcoming series against AL Central leader Detroit.

Salazar will be recalled from Triple-A Columbus to start Wednesday, Manager Terry Francona said Sunday before the Indians’ game against Miami. Salazar, who began the season in Double-A, pitched six innings to win his major league debut July 11 against Toronto, then returned to the minors.

MARINERS: Relief pitcher Stephen Pryor has been shut down for the year with an injured right triceps muscle.

Pryor has been on the disabled list since mid-April, recovering from a torn lat muscle, but had been doing rehabilitation work with Class AAA Tacoma and was expected to rejoin the Mariners soon.