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Strained Shoulder Ends Didi Gregorius’s Play at the World Baseball Classic

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 21 March 2017 ()
Gregorius, the Yankees’ shortstop, was a member of the Netherlands team. His injury leaves his status for opening day, April 2 at Tampa Bay, unclear.
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