Didi Gregorius RUMORS & NEWS

  • Struggling Yankees Giancarlo Stanton, Didi Gregorius not concerning Aaron Boone … yet

    Sporting News "Before the season, Yankees manager Aaron Boone envisioned Giancarlo Stanton launching pitches out of Yankee Stadium at a torrid pace. In April, the guy blistering the ball was Didi Gregorius. Now neither Gregorius, nor Stanton can catch a break. After striking out four times..." May 29

  • Yankees may move struggling Didi Gregorius down in lineup

    Larry Brown Sports "After one of the hottest starts to the season, New York Yankees shortstop has fallen into a deep slump that could see him dropped in the lineup. Yankees manager Aaron Boone gave Gregorius the day off Sunday against a left-handed pitcher, and hinted that the shortstop may not return to..." May 20

  • Why Yankees think Didi Gregorius is in career-worst slump

    Newark Star-Ledger "While some of his Yankees teammates were doing post-game interviews following Friday night's loss, shortstop Didi Gregorius found out from manager Aaron Boone that he wouldn't be starting the next day. This was intended to be a mental break for Gregorius, who is..." May 20

  • Why Yankees' Didi Gregorius might be coming out of horrific slump

    Newark Star-Ledger "Remember how good Didi Gregorius was in April? If that was like a dream, May has been his nightmare. Still, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he believes Gregorius hasn't been as bad as the numbers have shown and that he's not far from..." May 17

  • Yankees Stud Didi Gregorius is Doing Things Even Derek Jeter Never Could

    Bleacher Report "Not so long ago, Didi Gregorius heard unrelenting boos from the New York Yankees faithful. Prior to the 2015 season, the Yankees acquired Gregorius from the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-team swap and installed him as Derek Jeter's heir apparent. In the first two calendar months of that..." May 02

  • Yankees Spell Didi Gregorius' Name Wrong While Promoting Bat Day Giveaway

    Bleacher Report "The signs at Yankee Stadium featured an unfortunate error involving New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius' last name on Tuesday. During the team's game against the Minnesota Twins, a banner scrolled by with a promotional advertisement for "Didi Gregious Bat Day" on May 12. " April 25

  • Can Didi Gregorius keep this up?

    The Sports Daily "There are only so many conclusions we can draw from player performances less than a month into the MLB regular season. Some open your eyes so much, though, that you can’t help but wonder if these early adjustments will stick for the long term. When it comes to New York Yankees shortstop Didi..." April 19

  • Didi Gregorius continues to make case that he is one of the best shortstops in all of baseball

    New York Daily News "Maybe this is the year Didi Gregorius gets the recognition he deserves as one of the top shortstops in baseball. It’s no easy feat, with all of the great young players at that position in the big leagues these days, but more and more it looks as if he belongs with just about any of them. He..." April 04