As the Yankees continue to speak about the importance of keeping payroll beneath the $197 million threshold this coming season, they have reached agreements to avoid arbitration with all of their eight eligible players.
As the Yankees continue to focus on keeping payroll beneath the $197 million threshold this coming season, they have reached agreements to avoid arbitration with seven of their eight eligible players.
When Didi Gregorius was aiming for a trip to the All-Star Game this past summer, the Yankees shortstop utilized unique ways to lobby for votes, including offering free swipes on the New York City subway and taking photos for tourists at iconic locations. In this season of giving, Gregorius recently returned to the Big Apple […]
With the Yankees and Indians squaring off in a decisive Game 5 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan, Didi Gregorius homered off Tribe ace Corey Kluber in his first two at-bats to send New York into the fourth inning with a 3-0 lead.
Daily Recap: Didi Gregorius hit two homers off Corey Kluber and CC Sabathia struck out nine batters to help send the Yankees to the ALCS Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19, 2000, that the 30 Major League Club owners voted unanimously to centralize all […]
Didi Gregorius homered twice, CC Sabathia rolled back the clock with nine strikeouts before turning it over to the bullpen in the fifth inning and the Yankees completed their historic comeback from a daunting deficit, advancing past the Indians with a 5-2 victory on Wednesday night in Game 5 of the American League Division Series […]
Didi did it again 💣 https://t.co/oolX70iBZZ — Baseball Bros (@BaseballBros) October 12, 2017 Didi Gregorius revealed Wednesday night at Progressive Field that there are, in fact, bugs in the Klubot’s wiring. After taking Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber – known affectionately as the Klubot – deep for a first-inning solo shot in Game 5 of […]
Gregorius became the ninth player in MLB history to hit multiple home runs in a decisive Game 5
Didi Gregorius was right: The comparisons to Derek Jeter really never are going to go away. The difference now, as compared to when the shortstop first arrived on the New York scene, is that the connection between their respective performances is more favorable than ever.
Records are made to be broken, right? Several fell in the second-to-last week of the 2017 MLB season.
Didi Gregorius connected on a three-run shot in Wednesday’s win over the Twins to set a new single-season mark for a Yankees shortstop, surpassing Derek Jeter’s 24 homers in 1999.
Didi Gregorius arrived in The Bronx three years ago facing the daunting challenge of replacing Derek Jeter as the Yankees’ starting shortstop. When it comes to hitting the ball out of the yard, he has now equaled The Captain’s best single-season performance.