As you know by now, I think:
Didi has a strained shoulder muscle. He will miss most of April. Didi Gregorius will miss New York Yankees opening weeks because of shoulder injury <!–
Injured Yankee Gregorius likely out weeks
Didi will spend two weeks without any baseball activity before trying to build up shoulder strength with a throwing program.
This is why the W.B.C. is nonsense. As good a shape as many players come into camp each year, they are not ready to go full strength immediately. Spring Training is taken at a slower pace and not as intensely. This was the baby of
Yankees may not start Aaron Judge in right field after all…in Saturday’s NY Post.
“Fifteen games into the exhibition season, Hicks has put himself in position to send Judge back to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.”
“Judge, who turns 25 next month, has whiffed six times in 26 spring at-bats and is hitting .346. Hicks, 27, is at .261.”
“Should Hicks win the job, Judge isn’t going to stick around as a bench player.”
My question is, did George King write this article, for lack of other news concerning The Yankees? It cannot be that, because there is plenty of other news to write about. The Yankees have had a good and interesting Spring. I must assume, this is what King got from The Yankees. Why play around with a prospect who has a large upside? Why do this when the other guy is AaRon Hicks. After all, Hicks has never hit more than .256 in 350 at bats. Hicks has never hit more than eleven Home Runs in a season.
So why Ed, don’t The Yankees use the
As I tune in Spring Training broadcasts, both on The Yes Network and Baseball Network, I hear how much the Yankees revere a certain player and how much potential he has. Just yesterday