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Rotoworld Apr 6, 2014

Brett Gardner goes deep in Yankees' win - Brett Gardner (OF) New York Yankees

Brett Gardner hit a two-run homer, stole a base and scored two runs in Sunday's win over the Blue Jays.
New York Post Apr 6, 2014

Serby’s Sunday Q&A with… Brett Gardner

Post columnist Steve Serby tracked down speedy Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner for some Q&A. Q: What are you expecting from Derek Jeter in his farewell season? A: I think it’ll...
New York Post Apr 3, 2014

Arm guard pays off for Gardner

HOUSTON — Brett Gardner picked the perfect night to protect his right arm with a guard for the first time ever Tuesday evening, and had it strapped on again Wednesday...

Welcome to Opening Day

We’re going to do a chat tomorrow at noon, so swing by if you can. Plenty to talk about as the season gets underway. Here’s the Opening Day lineup, which is exactly as we expected. Jacoby Ellsbury CF Derek Jeter SS Carlos Beltran RF Brian McCann C Mark Teixeira 1B Alfonso Soriano DH Brett Gardner […]The post Welcome to Opening Day appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

McCann cleanup; Gardner batting seventh

Jacoby Ellsbury CF Derek Jeter SS Carlos Beltran DH Brian McCann C Mark Teixeira 1B Alfonso Soriano RF Brett Gardner LF Brian Roberts 2B Kelly Johnson 3B RHP Ivan NovaThe post McCann cleanup; Gardner batting seventh appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 27, 2014
Yankees' Brett Gardner: Extension helped me focus on baseball, family

Yankees' Brett Gardner: Extension helped me focus on baseball, family

One less thing 'I have to worry about everyday,' he says

Warren gets the start tonight vs. Philadelphia

Today lined up as a David Phelps start, and the fact he’s not making it seems to be further indication that Phelps is moving into the bullpen. So why start Adam Warren? To keep him stretched out as the long man? Maybe. Probably find out in just a few minutes. Brett Gardner LF Derek Jeter […]The post Warren gets the start tonight vs. Philadelphia appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Joe's decisions dwindle, but some remain

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- There are about twice as many days left in spring training -- nine -- as there are roster decisions left for Joe Girardi to make. And every last one of them concerns his pitching staff. He's got one call to make in his starting rotation -- and probably four in his bullpen. And that's it. His outfield is full -- Brett Gardner, Carlos Beltran, Ichiro Suzuki, Alfonso Soriano and Jacoby Ellsbury are set. Same goes for his infield: Derek Jeter, Kelly Johnson, Brian Roberts and Mark Teixeira, backed up by Brendan Ryan, and Eduardo Nunez.

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