There was a scary moment on Friday night as Derek Jeter got beaned in the head by Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber.  What did Jeter yell at Kluber afterward?

It looks like Derek Jeter yelled, "You don't do that," after getting hit with a 92 MPH fastball in the helmet on Friday night.  Jeter was upset with Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber.  Jeter expressed after the game that he was telling Kluber to be very careful when throwing pitches up and in.

Jeter also admitted that he was angry with the young pitcher.  "Of course you’re angry.  No one wants to get hit in the head,'' Jeter said.  “I don’t think anyone throws at someone’s head on purpose.  I don’t see any reason why.  I haven’t faced the guy and I don’t know the guy.  I don’t think he did that, but if you’re throwing up and in, you’ve got to be careful.  That’s a dangerous area to be throwing.  Fortunately, there are no problems."

The Yankees extended their lead in the AL East as the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the Oakland A's 5-4 on Friday night.  The Yankees now have a 3.5 game divisional lead over the surging Rays.  The Yankees face the Indians tonight at 7:05pm ET on 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio.  Hiroki Kuroda (12-8) will get the start for the Yankees.  He'll face Cleveland Indians starter Justin Masterson (9-11).  The Indians have lost nine games straight.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts "The Noe Show" weekdays from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.