Gregorius went 1-for-3 with a grand slam and a walk in Tuesday's 8-3 win against Tampa Bay.
Gregorius came to the plate with the bases loaded and a one-run lead, and he provided the Yankees with all the insurance runs they would need with one swing. The 29-year-old is 2-for-15 in four games coming out of the All-Star break.
Gregorius is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Rays.
Stuck in a 1-for-21 rut at the plate over his last five starts, Gregorius will bow out of the starting nine and get an opportunity to clear his mind. Gleyber Torres will slide over to shortstop in Gregorius' stead.
Gregorius went 1-for-5 and was caught stealing Thursday in the Yankees' 8-4 win over the Rays in 10 innings.
Gregorius didn't exactly turn in a banner day at the plate, but his bunt single in the fourth inning was enough to extend his hitting streak to seven games. During that stretch, Gregorius has gone 14-for-32 with three home runs, 10 runs, six RBI and a steal. The shortstop clearly hasn't been affected at the dish after returning in June following an extended recovery from Tommy John surgery.
Gregorius went 2-for-5 with three runs scored, three RBI, a walk and a double in Saturday's 17-13 win over the Red Sox.
Gregorius delivered a two-run double in the first inning and brought home another run with a fifth-inning single. The 29-year-old is slashing .281/.313/.406 with two homers in 16 games since coming off the injured list in early June.
Gregorius is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Blue Jays.
Over his last 11 games, Gregorius has five two-hit games and six hitless games, so it has been feast or famine of late. Gleyber Torres is starting at shortstop while DJ LeMahieu starts at second and Gio Urshela starts at the hot corner.
Gregorius is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Rays, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Gregorius will take a seat on the bench for Wednesday's series finale after starting the first two games of the series and going 0-for-8 with three strikeouts. Gleyber Torres is covering shortstop in this one, with DJ LeMahieu at second base and Gio Urshela at the hot corner.
Gregorius is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the White Sox, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
The Yankees are still easing Gregorius along slowly following his return from Tommy John surgery earlier this month, so he'll sit for the third time in nine contests. With Gregorius taking a seat, Gleyber Torres will shift over to shortstop while Gio Urshela enters the starting nine at third base.
Gregorius is not in the lineup for the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Mets, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Gregorius went 2-for-5 with a double and a run in the afternoon contest. He won't be asked to play two games in one day so soon after returning from Tommy John surgery. Gleyber Torres slides over to shortstop in his absence.
Gregorius is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Indians, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Gregorius will get a breather after starting at shortstop the past two days while going 4-for-8 with a home run in his first pair of games since returning from the 60-day injured list. His absence is merely for maintenance purposes, as Gregorius is still getting his conditioning in order following a long layoff due to Tommy John surgery. Gleyber Torres will shift from the keystone over to shortstop while Gregorius rests.
Gregorius went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and two runs in an 8-4 loss to the Indians on Saturday.
Playing in just his second game of the season, Gregorius hit his first home run of 2019. He batted only .156 in eight rehab games, but going 4-for-8 with a homer since his activation has erased any doubt that Gregorius is ready for action. He should produce plenty in the middle of the Yankees lineup, but owners should expect him to receive regular off days as he eases back into action.
Gregorius (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Friday.
Gregorius will wind up making a fairly quick return from Tommy John surgery last October. He hit just .156 in eight rehab games but was nevertheless deemed ready to go, as he showed no problems handling his defensive duties. He's expected to be the Yankees' primary shortstop going forward but will require frequent off days early on as he eases back into a regular role. Thairo Estrada was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to clear a spot on the 25-man roster, while Troy Tulowitzki (calf) was transferred to the 60-day injured list to clear a spot on the 40-man.
Gregorius (elbow) is expected to be activated from the 60-day injured list and start Friday's game against the Indians, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Gregorius is set to make his long-awaited 2019 debut after undergoing Tommy John surgery in mid-October of last year. The Yankees plan to exercise caution with the 29-year-old shortstop in the early going and plan to sit him down for one game every series. "I don't think I have to tell you guys what a good player he is," manager Aaron Boone said. "I think you guys have seen over the last few years what he's meant to our club in so many ways. To get a player like him back is exciting."
Gregorius (elbow) will be eased back into action once he's activated from the 60-day injured list, James Wagner of The New York Times reports.
Gregorius is on track to join the Yankees in Cleveland on Friday after spending the first two-plus months of the season on the shelf while recovering from Tommy John surgery. Given the length of his absence, the Yankees don't want to overwork the shortstop upon his return. As such, manager Aaron Boone suggested that Gregorius will initially sit out one game per series. It's unclear when the shortstop will reclaim a full workload, or if the Yankees will continue to afford him days off in an effort to keep the likes of Gio Urshela and DJ LeMahieu in the lineup on a more consistent basis.
Gregorius (elbow) has a good chance to return to action for the Yankees' upcoming series in Cleveland which begins next Friday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
Reports earlier in the week suggested that Gregorius could return at some point during the Yankees' road trip which runs Tuesday to Sunday. He appears to be tracking toward the back half of that trip, but it remains an encouraging sign that he's considered close to a return.
Manager Aaron Boone said Gregorius (elbow) will "probably" return during the team's upcoming road trip, which begins Tuesday in Toronto and ends June 8 in Cleveland, Sweeny Murti of Sports Radio 66 WFAN reports.
Gregorius recently shifted his rehab assignment to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, going 0-for-3 in his first game with the RailRiders on Wednesday. According to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com, Gregorius will need to play nine innings at shortstop in back-to-back games before the Yankees activate him from the 60-day injured list; it sounds like that could happen as soon as next week, if everything goes as planned.
Manager Aaron Boone said that Gregorius (elbow) will move his rehab assignment from High-A Tampa to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday.
Boone estimated that Gregorius will need "a week or two" of action at Triple-A before the Yankees bring him back from the 60-day injured list, putting the shortstop on track for an early June return. Gregorius has appeared in two games for Tampa, going 0-for-3 while playing seven innings in the field Saturday and then homering as part of a two-hit day Sunday while he served as the designated hitter.
Gregorius (elbow) is expected to return from the injured list prior to completing the maximum 20 days on his rehab assignment, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Gregorius will embark on a rehab stint at High-A Tampa over the weekend, though the team is optimistic about his chances of returning prior to the 20-day maximum. A concrete timeline for his return should become clearer within the next week or so.
Gregorius (elbow) will start a rehab assignment for High-A Tampa this weekend, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports.
Gregorius took part in extended spring training earlier this week and he'll now report to Tampa for the next step in his rehab. Assuming he makes it through his minor-league appearances with no setbacks, a timeline for a return to the major-league club for the shortstop should be established next week.
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 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.
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 Yankees during the first couple weeks of June if everything goes perfectly, as it seemingly has of late for him.
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