Didi Gregorius returning to Yankees camp after injuring shoulder at World Baseball Classic
As scary as this news sounds, it might not be so bad since Joe Girardi is stating that Didi is being diagnosed for a "hematoma of the subscapularis muscle". A hematoma is a medical term for a "bruise". We'll see if the MRI picks up anything else, but it might be just be for precautionary reasons...
Keep your fingers crossed, Yankees Universe!!!
TAMPA — Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius, who was playing for the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic, has a right shoulder injury and is headed back to Tampa.
Gregorius, who already had a precautionary MRI on Sunday, will undergo more testing on Tuesday.
Joe Girardi told reporters in West Palm that Gregorius was diagnosed with hematoma of the subscapularis muscle, according to MLB.com. Read more.