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New York Post Oct 17, 2017
This is the high of the Yankees’ Aaron Judge roller coaster

This is the high of the Yankees’ Aaron Judge roller coaster

Brett Gardner was hit by a pitch with two outs in the fourth inning and instantly a full house at Yankee Stadium picked up on the implication. Bases loaded. Aaron Judge coming up. The 49,373 stood and cheered, trying to will magic here. In the top of the inning, when the Yankee lead was still...
New York Post Oct 15, 2017
Third-base coach’s bad send costs the Yankees and Gardner

Third-base coach’s bad send costs the Yankees and Gardner

HOUSTON — For a game that has become so darn slow, baseball still gets settled by instant decisions and precise execution. A failure on both of those fronts, wrapped up in one aggravating play, really hurt the Yankees on Saturday. Maybe Brett Gardner would have been left stranded on second base in the third inning...
New York Daily News Oct 15, 2017
Brett Gardner broke cardinal baseball rule with baserunning error

Brett Gardner broke cardinal baseball rule with baserunning error

It's one of the unwritten rules in baseball: never make the first or third out at third base.
New York Post Oct 14, 2017
Brett Gardner has evolved from trade chip to indispensable star

Brett Gardner has evolved from trade chip to indispensable star

HOUSTON – Greg Bird has reminded folks that he can really hit and Masahiro Tanaka has shown that he is better than his tough regular season. David Robertson has demonstrated he will take the ball in any role and thrive while Didi Gregorius has vanquished any lingering ghosts of Derek Jeter. Yet, has any Yankee...
New York Post Oct 12, 2017
Brett Gardner at his absolute best, in one at-bat

Brett Gardner at his absolute best, in one at-bat

CLEVELAND — Brett Gardner came to bat with two outs, runners on first and second in the ninth inning. In that situation — with the open base third and the AL homer lead on deck — intentionally walking Gardner is against the book with the Yankees up a run. But Judge had looked dreadful all...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 12, 2017

Brett Gardner lauded for incredible at-bat in Game 5

Brett Gardner delivered one of the best at-bats of the series — if not the season — during the 9th inning of Game 5 of the ALDS between the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees on Wednesday. Gardner worked Indians closer Cody Allen for 12 pitches before delivering a single that helped score two runs...Read More
Sports Illustrated Oct 12, 2017

Heroics From Didi Gregorious, Brett Gardner and Aroldis Chapman Have Yankees in ALCS

Didi Gregarious, Brett Gardner and Aroldis Chapman powered the Yankees to a decisive NLDS Game 5 victory against the Indians.
New York Post Oct 5, 2017
Judge and Yankees come up empty in ugly Game 1 loss

Judge and Yankees come up empty in ugly Game 1 loss

CLEVELAND — Brett Gardner didn’t dance around the topic in a very quiet Yankees clubhouse late Thursday evening. “I thought tonight was a must-win game and it didn’t go our way. [Friday] is a must-win game and we have to play well,’’ Gardner said. Even if CC Sabathia delivers a better performance than Sonny Gray...
New York Daily News Oct 5, 2017
Brett Gardner may not be captain, but he is Yankees’ leader

Brett Gardner may not be captain, but he is Yankees’ leader

"It's good to have a little fun,'' Gardner said.
New York Daily News Oct 4, 2017
Brett Gardner, member of '09 team, likes current Yankees' chances

Brett Gardner, member of '09 team, likes current Yankees' chances

Brett Gardner believes this year's Yankees team can win it all.

Aaron Judge, Didi Gregorius rally Yankees past Twins in AL wild-card game

NEW YORK — Aaron Judge, Didi Gregorius and a brilliant bullpen rescued New York from a rugged start and lifted the Yankees to their first postseason victory in five years. Gregorius’ three-run homer tied the score after Minnesota knocked out Luis Severino in the first inning, a pumped-up Judge showed his most emotion this season when he hit a two-run shot in his playoff debut and the Yankees beat Minnesota 8-4 on Tuesday night in the AL wild-card game. Brett Gardner also homered for the Yankees, who chased Ervin Santana after two innings and once again...
River Ave. Blues Oct 3, 2017

The Yankees need their arms to neutralize the Twins’ legs in the Wild Card Game

Tonight’s AL Wild Card Game features two up-and-coming teams built around impressive young cores. The Yankees have Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, and Luis Severino. The Twins have Byron Buxton, Miguel Sano, and Jose Berrios. The Yankees have Brett Gardner and CC Sabathia as veteran support. The Twins have Brian Dozier and Ervin Santana. There are […] The post The Yankees need their arms to neutralize the Twins’ legs in the Wild Card Game appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Sep 26, 2017
Aaron Hicks makes speedy return, creates Ellsbury dilemma

Aaron Hicks makes speedy return, creates Ellsbury dilemma

Aaron Hicks is back with the Yankees a week before the AL wild-card game. The outfielder was reinstated from the disabled list Tuesday after being sidelined since Sept. 2 with a left oblique strain. The Yankees have primarily used just three outfielders of late — other than when Brett Gardner missed a pair of games...
Blue Bird Banter Sep 23, 2017
Teoscar Homers again on a Gray Day, but Big Bird Fly Sinks Jays

Teoscar Homers again on a Gray Day, but Big Bird Fly Sinks Jays

With this loss, the Blue Jays simultaneously eliminated themselves and secured the Yankees a post season berth Yankees: 5, Blue Jays: 1 The Rogers Center was chock full of Blue Jays fans wanting to see Jose Bautista in a Blue Jays uniform one last time. Which...happened. It would sure be glorious if he could hit a dinger tomorrow, just for old times’ sake. Joe Biagini got off to a fantastic start by striking out both Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge. The strike out to Judge was particularly notable, as it named him as the first Yankee in franchise history to strike out 200 times in a...
New York Post Sep 23, 2017
‘He is still a little sore’: Joe Girardi benches Gardner

‘He is still a little sore’: Joe Girardi benches Gardner

TORONTO — Brett Gardner’s subpar numbers against Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada weren’t the main reason he wasn’t in the lineup for the Yankees’ 8-1 blowout loss on Friday night. “He is still a little sore so I said, ‘Let’s take today,’ ” manager Joe Girardi said of using Clint Frazier in left field and...

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