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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aaron Boone on Didi Gregorius "Wherever he ends up, teams are lucky to have him because he's a really good player." Boone praised how Didi handled stepping into Jeter's shoes: "To be able to, in a market like New York, where you're replacing a guy like Derek Jeter, to not have that define him or even to some degree affect his play over the long haul. To be able to become the player that he did in New York, I think speaks to the kind of character and who he is as a competitor, as a person."

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Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

Didi Gregorius leaves the Bronx and will reunite with his former manager Joe Girardi in Philly on a 1-year deal. Sir Didi had been a popular Yankee — known among fans for his emoji-saturated postgame recaps on Twitter — despite having the impossible task of replacing franchise icon Derek Jeter at shortstop. But with a crowded infield — and money earmarked for, ahem, a starting pitching upgrade — the Yanks didn't make Gregorius a qualifying offer.

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Source: Phillies, SS Gregorius reach 1-year deal

The Phillies have reached agreement with former Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius on a one-year deal, a source confirmed to ESPN's Buster Olney. The deal is for $14 million, NBC Sports Philadelphia reported.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Shortstop Didi Gregorius is in agreement with the Philadelphia Phillies on a deal, as @Joelsherman1 reported. There was plenty of interest in Gregorius, but the Phillies landed him instead of pursuing an infielder in the trade market.


BBTN: Stephen Strasburg Mega-Deal And The Latest From The MLB Winter Meetings

Buster and Hembo analyze Stephen Strasburg's 7-year/$245M deal and how it impacts the free agency of Anthony Rendon and Gerrit Cole. Then, ESPN's Clinton Yates (and Nationals homer) offers his own reaction to the signing before discussing the trade market for Kris Bryant and why it's important for baseball's sake that Madison Bumgarner remain with the Giants (12:55). Plus, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Derrick Goold on the Cardinals' offseason plans (22:37) and...does Scott Boras deserve a spot in Cooperstown?

Matt Marrone ESPN.com 

New Phillies skipper Joe Girardi managed the Yankees in 2017, when the Bombers lost to the Astros in the ALCS. What did he think when he heard Houston is being investigated for illegally stealing signs that season? "I wasn't shocked," Girardi said. "We had put in a lot of things to try to combat certain things. You know, word gets around." Still, he added: "I thought we did a pretty good job of combating it. I don't know how great of a job we did, but I thought we did a pretty great job."


Girardi: New Phils RHP Wheeler, Nola are co-aces

The Phillies and right-hander Zack Wheeler finalized their $118 million, five-year contract Monday. "I think you're going to have a 1 and a 1A with him and Nola," first-year Phillies manager Joe Giradi said after the deal was announced.


BBTN: The Latest From The MLB Winter Meetings

With the MLB winter meetings underway in San Diego, Buster welcomes ESPN's Alden Gonzalez (20:51) and Jesse Rogers (31:51) to discuss the latest in the Gerrit Cole sweepstakes, landing spots for Anthony Rendon, the trade markets for Kris Bryant and Wilson Contreras and more. Plus, Tim Kurkjian on last night's Hall of Fame inductions and Sarah Langs with her take on the changes coming to Mets ownership (11:02).

William Weinbaum ESPN 

The Twins announced plans Wed. to increase the length & height of Target Field's safety netting, becoming the 14th team to install or commit to extensions since a toddler's 5/29 head injury on a foul liner in Houston. They join the Astros, Braves, Brewers, Chisox, D-backs, Dodgers, Jays, Nats, O's, Phils, Pirates, Rangers & Royals.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Right-hander Zack Wheeler and the Philadelphia Phillies are in agreement on a five-year deal worth more than $100 million, sources tell ESPN.

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Sources: Phillies seen as top bidder for Wheeler

The Phillies are seen by sources as the most potent bidders for free-agent right-hander Zack Wheeler, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney, with the Reds, White Sox and Rangers also involved.

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Phils non-tender starting INFs Franco, Hernandez

The Philadelphia Phillies have non-tendered third baseman Maikel Franco and second baseman Cesar Hernandez, half of their starting infield from Opening Day last season.

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Way-too-early 2020 MLB awards predictions

Will Juan Soto rise to the top? Can anyone unseat Mike Trout? Here's the first look at next year's hardware hopefuls.

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Giants name Kapler manager to replace Bochy

The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday that they've hired Gabe Kapler as their new manager. Kapler replaces Bruce Bochy, who retired after the season.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24622nd
On Base Percentage.31919th
Slugging Percentage.42718th
Earned Run Average4.5317th
Quality Starts5812th