Found April 19, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
New York Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson homered in his first three at-bats in Thursday's game against the Minnesota Twins. Granderson clubbed a solo homer in the first inning, a two-run shot in the second and another solo blast in the fourth to give New York a 7-4 lead. He singled in the sixth inning in his bid for his fourth consecutive home run. It was the first three-homer game of Granderson's career and the first at the new Yankee Stadium. The last Yankee to hit three homers in a game was Alex Rodriguez in Kansas City on Aug. 14, 2010. Granderson finished second in the American League with a career-high 41 homers last year.

Curtis Granderson paid tribute to Tigers fan who died in Virginia Tech massacre

Curtis Granderson has not been a Detroit Tiger since 2009, but that did not stop him from honoring a Tigers fan who was killed in the disgusting events that took place at Virginia Tech five years ago.  Monday marked the fifth anniversary of the 32 slayings. So Monday night, Granderson wore wrist bands and cleats to pay tribute to a diehard Tigers fan, Brian Bluhm.  Granderson...

Line of the Day: Curtis Granderson

April 19, 2012: Curtis Granderson homered in his first three at bats and finished the game going 5-for-5 with four RBI in the New York Yankees 7-6 victory over the Minnesota Twins. He’s the first person to homer three times in a game at the new Yankee Stadium. Line: 5 AB | 3 R | 5 H | 4 RBI; 3 HR My fantasy perspective: Many may have doubted whether Granderson’s 41 home runs...

Granderson hits 3 home runs in first 4 innings

Curtis Granderson has hit three home runs in the first four innings for the New York Yankees against the Minnesota Twins. Granderson homered to right-center in the first inning Thursday night and hit a soaring, two-run shot into the second deck in right field in the second, both off starter Anthony Swarzak. In his third at-bat, Granderson hit a line drive to the short right-field...

Yanks' Granderson: 3 HR, 4 RBI, 5 hits

Curtis Granderson hit three home runs in the first four innings and matched a career high with five hits, leading the New York Yankees to a 7-6 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night. Granderson homered in each of his first three at-bats, driving in four runs, and helped Phil Hughes overcome a four-run first to secure his first victory of the season. Mark Teixeira hit...

2012 Fantasy Baseball Daily Fix: Curtis Granderson's bucket list is complete

Curtis Granderson had a pretty good week in just one night. The Yankees' center fielder had the fantasy performance of the season, going 5-for-5 with three homers, three runs scored, and four RBIs. He began the day hitting .208 with three home runs and six RBIs before boosting his average by .075 and doubling his home-run total and nearly doubling his RBI total. If there was...

Tater Trot Tracker: Trot Times for April 19 by Larry Granillo

With only 17 home runs hit in 12 games Thursday, it feels a bit wrong to say that it was a big night for home runs. But... It was a big night for home runs. In Arizona, Freddie Freeman hit two home runs for the Braves. The real story of Thursday, however, was Curtis Granderson. Up early this morning is a quick look at Granderson's three tater trots. The rest of the day'...

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Curtis Granderson, Cole Hamels, Adam Jones, Matt Moore, and more

Have a day Curtis Granderson! The Yankees outfielder turned in the first truly spectacular individual fantasy day of the 2012 season by going 5-5 with three home runs on Thursday night. He drove in four runs. Curtis Granderson had one hell of a day yesterday, but should you start him on Friday? Jerod has the answer. (Photo by Keith Allison via Wikimedia Commons) The best part? I...

Game 13: Grandy Goes Big in a Perfect Night

<a href="" rel=\"attachment wp-att-4645\"> Minnesota Twins 6 — New York Yankees 7   Curtis Granderson achieved something no Yankee ever...

Curtis Granderson’s Three Bombs Last Night Were More Than These Regulars Had All Last Season

Your browser does not support iframes. After Curtis Granderson’s dazzling performance last night was finished, Nick Swisher gave his teammate some ribbing. “Curt, you hit three,” Swisher said. “You can’t hit four?” Swisher’s quip came after Granderson delivered one of the greatest showings in the history of the Yankees franchise. The center fielder blasted three home...

Bard to Get Start Against Yankees

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Daily Dozen: The Grandy-man Can

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Not-So-Rapid Raction: Yankees 7, Twins 6

The Yankees had every excuse to mail in last night’s game. For starters, they have a 3:00 game in Boston today, and a nice, quick outing would have given them some measure of rest before this important series. Then Phil Hughes came out and got lit up in the first inning, and there had to be some temptation to pack it in and just hack away at every half-decent pitch. In fact,...
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