“It’s still a waiting game for me,’’ Gregorius said, via the New York Post. “It’s getting there. [I feel] pretty good.” Related News Gregorius, 28, remains months from his return, as the Yankees anticipate he’ll miss part of the 2019 season but hope to have him back in June or July.He started 130 games at shortstop during the regular season last year, hitting .268/.335/.494 with 27 home runs and 86 RBIs. A’s won’t give up on Kyler Murray, report says Didi Gregorius is doing much better.The Yankees shortstop began his throwing program Monday, taking a big stride in his rehabilitation since having Tommy John surgery. Gregorius, who underwent the procedure in October after injuring his right elbow on a throw during Game 1 of the AL Division Series, threw 25 times from 60 feet before doing some light tosses on the infield during drills at the Yankees’ minor league complex in Tampa.