Latest Update Gregorius Has 3-Hit Night Sat Sep, 27, 02:06 AM
Owns a great glove for the shortstop position, but can also play elsewhere in the infield. Is also an emerging hitter with the potential for all-round production.
Flaws: : Must prove he can stay healthy. Needs to develop his offensive game further, since he's still quite raw with the bat. Also, he is not much of a base-stealer.
Gregorius is on a heater, now riding a seven-game hitting streak. He's filling in for the injured Aaron Hill and will once again be battling for at-bats once the veteran infielder returns. We've seen mini hot steaks with Didi before; don't be fooled. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Gregorius is on a heater right now, although it's too little too late. He's well behind Chris Owings and Aaron Hill on the D'Backs' depth chart, although he'll see some time in the lineup this week since Aaron Hill dislocated his finger Monday night. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Despite the return of Chad Pennington, Gregorius continues to receive regular playing time at shortstop with Monday's performance certainly helping out his case. However, he is now hitting just .226 with five home runs and 17 RBI through 164 at-bats, which makes him best served on the wavier wire at this point in the season. Analyst: Matthew Beck
The usually slick-fielding, light-hitting shortstop has been on a bit of an offensive surge lately and has hit safely in five of his last six games with four multi-hit performances. He's batting .391 (9-for-23) with two home runs, four RBI, four runs scored and two stolen bases in that span and has entrenched himself in the starting shortstop role as Nick Ahmed has gone back to the bench with the return of Aaron Hill. Analyst: Howard Bender