Didi Gregorius

#18 SS / N.Y. Yankees / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 lb Age: 29 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Takes part in extended spring game

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) went 2-for-4 with a walk while playing shortstop in an extended spring training game Monday, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.Gregorius fielded all three balls hit his way but committed a throwing error. While that's not a welcome sight for a player returning from Tommy John surgery, the New York Yankees probably won't get too discouraged by one off-target throw. So long as Gregorius reports no renewed elbow pain when he's re-evaluated Tuesday, he'll play in another extended spring game as a designated hitter. At least for now, Gregorius is setting his sights on an early-to-mid-June return from the 60-day injured list.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Eyeing June return

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) will begin playing in extended spring training games Monday and could return sometime in June, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.He will play shortstop Monday, so he has been cleared for full baseball activities on the road back from Tommy John surgery. Manager Aaron Boone said Gregorius may not require a full simulated spring training, so he could be back with the New York Yankees during the first couple weeks of June if everything goes perfectly, as it seemingly has of late for him.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Closing in on rehab stint

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) is roughly 10 days from beginning to play in extended spring training games, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.Gregorius was spotted on the field before Friday's matchup with Tampa Bay taking ground balls, and skipper Aaron Boone revealed that the shortstop is a little over a week away from embarking on a rehab assignment. Gregorius will certainly need more than a handful of games down in the minor leagues before his activation, but this is another step in the right direction.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Finishing up throwing program

      General manager Brian Cashman said Sunday that Didi Gregorius (elbow) is on track to complete his throwing program this week, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.Once he finishes up the throwing program, Gregorius should advance to light hitting activities, with his initial work likely be limited to batting off a tee. From there, he'll likely hit soft toss and then batting practice before facing live pitching in simulated-game settings. Manager Aaron Boone said earlier in the weekend that Gregorius is likely a few weeks away from heading out on a minor-league rehab assignment, leaving the door open for the shortstop to return from the 60-day injured list prior to the All-Star break.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Nearing rehab assignment

      Manager Aaron Boone said Friday that Didi Gregorius (elbow) is a few weeks away from a rehab assignment, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.Gregorius has been progressing well in his recovery after undergoing Tommy John surgery in mid-October. The New York Yankees were previously hoping the 29-year-old would return around the All-Star break in early July, but he currently appears a bit ahead of that schedule.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Progressing on schedule

      Manager Aaron Boone said Didi Gregorius (elbow) is progressing "as planned," Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.Gregorius is working his way back from offseason Tommy John surgery. The shortstop recently made throws around the infield and has built up his throwing distance to 120 feet. The club hopes Gregorius could return around the All-Star break, though a more concrete return date should come into focus as he progresses further along in his rehab.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Transferred to 60-day IL

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday.The shortstop was on the 10-day injured list after undergoing Tommy John surgery, but with the New York Yankees making a couple of roster moves Saturday, the 29-year-old was shifted to the 60-day IL to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. Gregorius has been throwing from 90-120 feet and could be back just before the All-Star break, though a timeline for a return has yet to be established.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Moves to IL

      The New York Yankees officially placed Didi Gregorius (elbow) on the 10-day injured list Thursday.Gregorius isn't expected to be ready to make his season debut until shortly before the All-Star break at the earliest, making him a prime candidate to shift to the 60-day IL if the Yankees want to open up an extra spot on the 40-man roster. At this point in his rehab from Tommy John surgery, Gregorius has been throwing from around 90-to-120 feet, but it's unclear when he'll be ready to play shortstop in simulated or minor-league rehab games.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Extends throwing distance

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) threw 50 times from 90 feet Friday, Jack Curry of YES Network reports.Gregorius reported no issues with his elbow after being reevaluated Saturday and is on track to extend his throwing distance to 120 feet next week. The New York Yankees have yet to establish a target date for Gregorius' return, but it's likely the shortstop will be ticketed for the 60-day injured list.

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      Yankees' Didi Gregorius: Resumes two-handed swinging

      Didi Gregorius (elbow) has been cleared to take non-contact full swings with a regular bat and hopes to begin tee work at the end of March, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.Gregorius underwent Tommy John surgery in the middle of October with the intention of returning before the All-Star break. The shortstop began his throwing program in the beginning of February, but needed a sign off from the doctor to begin swinging. Troy Tulowitzki is expected to be the New York Yankees' primary shortstop until Gregorius is ready.