By Shelly Selover
Didi Gregorius resumed his Triple-A rehab assignment last night for the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, after halting the assignment on June 10 after just two games.
He got two hits and drew a walk in the Pigs’ 10-2 loss to the Scranton/Wilkes Barre RailRaiders.
Gregorius hasn’t played a big league game since May 12 due to a right elbow impingement and a condition known as pseudogout, which might have led to the setback in his rehab.
However, Gregorius now looks to be on track, and if all things go well, could be on pace to rejoin the Phillies before the end of June.
Now in his second season in Phily, Gregorius was off to a slow start with a .229/.266/.364 slash line in his first 128 plate appearances.