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River Ave. Blues Aug 13, 2018

With his dreadful May in the rear-view mirror, Didi Gregorius is back to being an impact player

Yesterday afternoon, the Yankees won for the sixth time in their last seven games, and they did so thanks in large part to shortstop Didi Gregorius. He socked a two-run dinger to blow the game open, and also made several excellent defensive plays. Didi had five balls hit at him yesterday and I don’t think […] The post With his dreadful May in the rear-view mirror, Didi Gregorius is back to being an impact player appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
SNY TV Aug 12, 2018

Yankees' Sabathia compliments Gregorius for not living in Jeter's shadow

For as much of an icon Derek Jeter was in New York, CC Sabathia commended Didi Gregorius' ability to take on the role of being the franchise shortstop.
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Aaron Boone talks about Didi Gregorius, CC Sabathia after series win vs. Texas

Aaron Boone talks about Didi Gregorius, CC Sabathia after series win vs. Texas

Yankees manager Aaron Boone talks about Didi Gregorius and CC Sabathia after Sundays 7-2 win vs. Rangers         
Pinstripe Alley Aug 12, 2018
CC Sabathia, Didi Gregorius lead Yankees to 7-2 victory over Rangers

CC Sabathia, Didi Gregorius lead Yankees to 7-2 victory over Rangers

CC Sabathia hurls six scoreless, one-hit frames in victory. Despite foreboding forecasts, Mother Nature cooperated this weekend, allowing the Yankees to take the four-game series against the last-place Rangers. The Bombers won the finale today 7-2, behind CC Sabathia’s best performance of the year and a pair of bombs from Giancarlo Stanton and Didi Gregorius. Stanton continued his power surge in Judge’s absence. Batting in the two-hole once again, the defending NL MVP lined a screaming solo home run into the left-field bleachers in the bottom of the first for the second straight day,...
www.bostonherald.com Aug 12, 2018
Sabathia, Stanton lead Yankees over Rangers 7-2

Sabathia, Stanton lead Yankees over Rangers 7-2

NEW YORK — CC Sabathia threw six shutout innings of one-hit ball, Giancarlo Stanton homered for the fifth time in six games and the New York Yankees defeated the Texas Rangers 7-2 on Sunday.Didi Gregorius also homered and turned in a nifty defensive play for New York, who won for the sixth time in seven games.Joey Gallo had two hits for Texas, who dropped three of the four games in the series. He also reached over the left-field wall to take a home run away from Austin Romine in the eighth.Sabathia (7-4) turned in perhaps his best outing of the season, striking out seven to win for the...
SNY TV Aug 12, 2018

Yankees beat Rangers, 7-2, thanks to Sabathia's strong outing

CC Sabahia pitched six scoreless innings and Aaron Hicks and Didi Gregorius each contributed a pair of RBI to lead the Yankees to a 7-2 win over the Rangers on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
NorthJersey.com Aug 12, 2018
Didi Gregorius's bat and glove guide Yankees to series win vs. Texas

Didi Gregorius's bat and glove guide Yankees to series win vs. Texas

The crowd at Yankee Stadium was already chanting Di-di, Di-di for a series of smooth defensive plays by the Yankees’ shortstop.        
River Ave. Blues Jul 30, 2018

Yankeemetrics: Taking care of business (July 26-29)

Back to business The Yankees headed back to the Bronx, and returned to bashing baseballs with a 7-2 victory in the opener over the Royals. Didi Gregorius was swinging the hot bat on Thursday, scoring the Yankees’ first run in the opening frame after belting a one-out double, and then breaking the game open with […] The post Yankeemetrics: Taking care of business (July 26-29) appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley Jul 29, 2018
What is Didi Gregorius actually worth?

What is Didi Gregorius actually worth?

The shortstop may have plateaued in 2018, and that’s going to have an impact in arbitration and free agency Consistency isn’t really something that’s attainable in baseball. A .300 hitter doesn’t hit .300 every month; he hits .200 in April, June and August, then .400 in May, July and September. The game is too prone to randomness to be able to pencil in anyone for “consistent” month-over-month production. Nobody embodies that better than Didi Gregorius. Everyone knows by now the story of his 2018: the Ruthian April, followed by just about the worst May a professional baseball...
Pinstripe Alley Jul 29, 2018
Yankees’ offense backs up J.A. Happ’s strong debut in 6-3 victory over Royals

Yankees’ offense backs up J.A. Happ’s strong debut in 6-3 victory over Royals

Yankees finish the series on a high note. J.A. Happ made his Yankees debut today, and it was a good one. The left-hander tossed six strong innings of one-run ball, and only allowed three hits to the Royals. One of those hits was a solo home run off the bat of Salvador Perez. Especially after Luis Severino’s recent struggles, it was refreshing to watch a Yankee pitcher put together an easy outing. The Yankees gave their new teammate an early lead to work with. In the first inning, Burch Smith induced two quick ground outs, then walked Didi Gregorius. With Aaron Hicks at the plate,...
Pinstripe Alley Jul 28, 2018
Greg Bird’s home run fuels the comeback, Yankees beat Royals 5-4

Greg Bird’s home run fuels the comeback, Yankees beat Royals 5-4

The Yankees split the doubleheader by taking game two from the Royals. The Yankees sure needed that win, didn’t they? The Bombers have played sluggish baseball for a month now, and it looked like they would drop this game too. Instead, the team battled back and secured a come-from-behind win, topping the Royals by a score of 5 - 4. After losing this afternoon, the Yankees came out swinging in the first inning of tonight’s game. It started with back-to-back hits by Brett Gardner and Giancarlo Stanton, who advanced via a Didi Gregorius fly ball. Gardner then scored on a Miguel Andujar...
Royals Review Jul 26, 2018
Errors, Didi too much for Royals in 7-2 loss to Yankees

Errors, Didi too much for Royals in 7-2 loss to Yankees

A tale of two shortstops What started as a year of promise for Jakob Junis quickly turned sour after knotching a 7.14 ERA in June and hitting the DL in July. However, he looked good in his return last week, giving up just one run over 4.0 innings while striking out six. Things didn’t go as swimmingly tonight. Powered by Didi Gregorius and two costly Adalberto Mondesi errors, the Yankees tagged Junis for seven runs — only three of which were earned — enroute to a 7-2 win over the Royals Thursday night. The trouble started in the first inning when Junis hit Aaron Judge with a 93-MPH...
Pinstripe Alley Jul 24, 2018
Masahiro Tanaka’s complete game shutout leads Yankees to 4-0 win over the Rays

Masahiro Tanaka’s complete game shutout leads Yankees to 4-0 win over the Rays

It was Tanaka Tuesday, and the Yankees’ righty was on point. One night after perhaps the worst loss of the season, the New York Yankees rebounded and evened up the series with a 4-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Masahiro Tanaka tossed a complete game shutout, and the bats did just enough to finish the job. The win also snapped a five-game losing streak versus the Rays. The Yankees started off strong in the first inning, as Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge smoked singles into left field. They advanced on a wild pitch, and Gardner raced home on a Didi Gregorius ground out for the first run....
River Ave. Blues Jul 24, 2018

Aaron Boone’s first big test as Yankees manager

Last night the Yankees lost an impossibly frustrating game against the Rays and there’s plenty of blame to go around. Luis Severino got hammered, Chad Green couldn’t strand inherited runners, and don’t even get me started on the Didi Gregorius bunt. The worst part is Didi squared around twice before he got it down, so […] The post Aaron Boone’s first big test as Yankees manager appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley Jul 23, 2018
Yankees 6, Rays 7: Sanchez, Severino flop at the Trop

Yankees 6, Rays 7: Sanchez, Severino flop at the Trop

Tonight’s loss comes with added frustration as Gary Sanchez commits multiple miscues, including slow baserunning on the final out of the game. Tropicana Field continues to be a house of horrors for the Yankees, who dropped a tight 7-6 game behind another ineffective outing by Luis Severino and multiple miscues by Gary Sanchez. The Yankees are now 13-13 since being swept by the Rays last month. The Bombers cut the Rays’ lead to one multiple times, but couldn’t capitalize on a bases loaded, one-out situation after Didi Gregorius bunted to take the bat out of Giancarlo Stanton’s hands....

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