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Yankees' Brett Gardner talks stealing more: 4 takeaways

One of the bigger questions the last couple of years about the Yankees has been why left fielder Brett Gardner and center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury -- both former league leaders in steals -- haven't swiped more bags. Gardner took a bunch of questions about the subject Thursday near his locker at George M. Steinbrenner Field. Here are some takeaways: Secretly, Jeter gives back...
1 day ago

Brett Gardner settles into vet role with advice for rookie mates

TAMPA — A decade ago Brett Gardner was the wide-eyed kid with a high number on his back during his first big league spring training camp with some of the biggest names in baseball. Today, the 33-year-old left fielder is the longest-tenured Yankee ready to offer help and advice to the youngsters the team is...
Via New York Post
4 days ago

Yankees' Brett Gardner addresses trade rumors, future with club

Left fielder Brett Gardner admits thinking he'd been traded over the winter when rumors were circulating. TAMPA -- There were rumors all winter long that the Yankees' longest-tenured player would be the next to go. Gold Glove left fielder Brett Gardner wasn't oblivious. He's making a lot of money, the Yankees dumped veteran stars last summer...
5 days ago

Gardner glad to be a Yankee for 10th season

To Brett Gardner, it still seems like yesterday that he was viewed as one of the Yankees' rising prospects, attending Spring Training with a football number on his back while wedging his belongings into a locker between Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano.
5 days ago

Report: Yankees open to trading Gardner, Headley

The New York Yankees’ wallets will be feeling a lot lighter after shelling $86 million to bring back All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman. Now they may be looking to cut costs elsewhere. According to a report by Joel Sherman of the New York Post on Tuesday, the Yankees are gauging interest in a pair of veterans, outfielder Brett Gardner and third baseman Chase Headley, “as a way...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 13, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brett Gardner playing catch with his father

New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner had a nice moment during Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. After retrieving a foul ball in left field, Gardner tossed the ball into a section of fans that happened to include his father, Jerry. The elder Gardner ended up with the ball. Like his son, Jerry Gardner was a professional baseball player. Though, he never made...
Via Sportsnaut
September 14, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Yankees put together big comeback to beat Rangers

A five-run lead for any team in the eighth inning usually is enough, especially for the Texas Rangers, who have the second-best record in Major League Baseball this season. But the New York Yankees made sure that wasn’t the case Wednesday night. The Yankees got one back in the bottom of the eighth inning on a Brian McCann home run, and then they proceeded to score six more runs...
June 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Brett Gardner is having a career year right under our noses

Yes, I know it’s still early. And yes, I know that I mention that fact in every single post. However, certain stats stabilize quicker than others, and it’s starting to become late enough in the season that deviations might start signaling actual changes. Specifically, this relates to Brett Gardner, who is quietly having what might be the best year of his entire career. It...
Via BP Bronx
May 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Brett Gardner crashes into stands, makes fantastic catch (VIDEO)

New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is fast and can cover a ton of ground. He showed that in Thursday’s game against the Blue Jays. When Ryan Goins popped a pitch up into foul territory, Gardner tracked it down and made his way toward the stands. He made the catch among a sea of Jays fans, but fell backward into the stands in doing so. But he still held onto the ball for...
Via The Sports Daily
April 14, 2016  |  Discuss

There are no holes in Brett Gardner’s bat

You’ve likely heard by now that the baseball world has scourge on it’s hands. Specifically a strikeout scourge. The word “scourge” seems like an odd choice to describe a trend of one event occurring more frequently in an inconsequential game for children, but for some reason that’s what we’ve landed on. Ultimately, as a society of baseball enthusiasts we were seduced...
Via BP Bronx
April 12, 2016  |  Discuss

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