While Joe Girardi has no idea exactly when Alex Rodriguez or Derek Jeter will be healthy enough to play, the Yankees manager believes Rodriguez — who may face a possible suspension — is further along in the rehab process than Jeter.

“We said both of them after the All-Star break and Derek hasn’t done any baseball activity yet and what is it, June 6? I am not sure, but it seems like [Rodriguez] is [ahead],’’ Girardi said before last night’s 6-1 win over the Mariners at Safeco Field.

Jeter won’t know if he can increase the workload on his left ankle until he sees Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C., next week.

Jeter spoke to reporters Thursday outside the Yankees’ minor league complex in Tampa. He said his visit to Anderson, who operated on the left ankle last October, was always planned for next week.

Jeter surfaced at Yankee Stadium last week and played catch during batting practice, but didn’t participate in any other activities. He said he can’t do anything else until he is examined.

The reports Girardi gets on Rodriguez, whom he texts “once or twice a week to see how baseball is going and he is doing good’’ indicate the third baseman, who had hip surgery in January, is making progress.