Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 1 month ago

Gregorius went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in Monday's loss to the Angels.

Gregorius has been swinging the bat better lately, as he's now recorded three multi-hit games in his past five starts. The shortstop is hitting .267 in June to raise his overall slash line to .238/.290/.328 -- still not a particularly strong showing, but an improvement after his slow start to the season.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 1 month ago

Gregorius went 2-for-5 with his fourth homer, two RBI and two runs Saturday against Detroit.

Apparently, he enjoys Tigers pitching, as Gregorius has now homered in consecutive games after going long just twice in his first 60. The overall fantasy line leaves a lot to be desired, but the 25-year-old shortstop does have a little pop, and this weekend's productivity should help him hold off Brendan Ryan for playing time in the short term.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 2 months ago

Gregorius went 2-for-3 with a double in Monday's loss to the Marlins.

Gregorius accounted for two of the club's three hits on the night, though one of them rolled by the first basemen and could have been ruled an error. The shortstop has been hitting well in June, going 11-for-37 (.297), but with just a .236/.291/.313 line on the season, the now-healthy Brendan Ryan could take away some playing time.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 2 months ago

Gregorius is out of the lineup Tuesday, the YES Network's Meredith Marakovits reports.

He hasn't done much of anything at the plate all season and has been a well-below average fantasy option, even at a weak position like shortstop. Stephen Drew will slide over to play shortstop Tuesday and Brendan Ryan will rejoin the big league club in short order so Gregorius could soon see his playing time take a significant dip.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 2 months ago

Gregorius launched a three-run home run -- his first of the season -- in Friday's loss to the Rangers.

Gregorius isn't an especially big power threat, as the homer was just the 14th of his career, but any sort of production is encouraging after struggling through much of the season's opening two months. They lefty sports a slash line of just .182/.308/.182 against southpaws, so until he can improve upon that, he remains at risk to occupy somewhat of a platoon at shortstop.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 3 months ago

Gregorius is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Nationals, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.

Gregorius is still struggling at the plate as his average barely hovers above the Mendoza Line as he sports a slash line of .204/.269/.241. He'll take a seat Tuesday against southpaw Gio Gonzalez while Stephen Drew will slide over to shortstop and Jose Pirela will receive the starting nod at second base.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 3 months ago

Gregorius is out of the lineup Saturday against Kansas City.

Gregorius' struggles at the plate continued Friday with his second straight hitless game. Stephen Drew, who is batting .286 with one home run against left handers this season, will take Gregorius' place in the lineup against Kansas City's Danny Duffy.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 3 months ago

Gregorius went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI in Sunday's win over the Orioles.

It was another good day at the plate for Gregorius -- though he did get tagged out reaching for third after his double -- as he's now 7-for-26 (.269) since the start of May. His season slash line sits at just .225/.286/.258 and the recent activation of Jose Pirela could pose a threat to his playing time, but Gregorius has turned it around a little bit after a slow start.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 3 months ago

Gregorius is not in the lineup Saturday against the Orioles.

Gregorius will head to the bench for the second time in four games, as Stephen Drew moves over to short and Jose Pirela mans the keystone. The 25-year-old Gregorius has recorded multiple hits in just one of his 26 games (25 starts) this season, resulting in a dismal .209/.266/.233 batting line in 95 plate appearances.

Didi Gregorius 2B/SS NYY 3 months ago

Gregorius is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Blue Jays, Meredith Marakovits of the YES Network reports.

While not in an official platoon, Gregorius has gotten regular days off against left-handed pitching, and that will happen again Wednesday as the Yankees draw southpaw Mark Buerhle. Stephen Drew will slide over to shortstop, while Jose Pirela will make his season debut and start at second.