Back on July 15, I wrote about the slow and steady progression of Didi Gregorius so I thought in light of last night’s performance and his performance against the Braves this past weekend, we could take a look at how he has been doing since the All-Star break.
In 147 at bats (42 games), Gregorius is hitting .327/.365/.435/.800. He’s batting .233/.273/.315/.588 at home and batting .419/.451/.554/1.005 away from Yankee Stadium.
- Gregorius has gotten three singles off the cutter – two off David Price – and he’s batting .375/.375/.375/.750.
- He’s gotten one single off the splitter. .286/.286/.286/.571
- He has trouble with the changeup, batting .111/.190/.167/.357, but he hit a double in Saturday’s game against the Braves.
- He’s hit five singles and a double off the slider and he’s batting .259/.259/.296/.556.
- In six at bats against the knuckleball, he has three singles – two off R.A. Dickey and one off Steven Wright.