Gregorius remained in the game after being hit by a Clayton Kershaw pitch, but was lifted for a pinch hitter two innings later.

​Didi Gregorius injury update: Yankees shortstop's X-rays negative, considered day to day


Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius is considered day-to-day after exiting Sunday's game against the Dodgers with a bruised right shoulder.

The X-rays came back negative.

Gregorius was hit in the right shoulder by a Clayton Kershaw fastball in the first inning. After a brief delay, he remained in the game. But manager Aaron Boone lifted him for pinch-hitter Mike Ford in the third inning.

The 29-year-old Gregorius, who missed the first two months of the season as he recovered from elbow surgery, has 13 home runs and a .769 OPS in 59 games.

 

 

 



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