Didi Gregorius' bunt gamble didn't pay off for Yankees

New York Post
Didi Gregorius' bunt gamble didn't pay off for Yankees
Didi Gregorius' bunt gamble didn't pay off for Yankees

LOS ANGELES — Two bunts to the left side of an infield that was wide open thanks to an aggressive Dodgers shift in the ninth inning might have been head-scratching to some, especially after the second one resulted in a strikeout when it went foul. It made perfect sense, however, to the bunter who had homered twice Friday night. “If they are going to give it to me and I get on base for the team, I don't think it is a bad idea,'' Didi Gregorius said after the Yankees dropped a 2-1 decision on Saturday at Dodger Stadium. Leading off the ninth inning against closer Kenley Jansen, Gregorius looked at the third-base area, which was devoid of a defender, and attempted a bunt that barely went foul. Undaunted,

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