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Newark Star-Ledger Apr 24, 2016

Yankees' troubles fade away with 1 Brett Gardner swing

It was Gardner's second walk-off homer
River Ave. Blues Apr 23, 2016

Gardner’s walk-off sends Yankees to 3-2 win over Rays

A winning streak! Yes, it’s only two in a row, but my standards are low. Brett Gardner‘s walk-off dinger gave the Yankees a nice come from behind 3-2 win over the Rays on Saturday afternoon. They tried like hell to strand all the runners again, but Gardner wouldn’t let it happen. Good game. Would watch […] The post Gardner’s walk-off sends Yankees to 3-2 win over Rays appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Apr 23, 2016

Brett Gardner’s dramatic walk-off is just what Yankees need

The Yankees pay a lot of money to some players to hit home runs. Brett Gardner isn’t one of those guys. He is around to do what he did in the bottom of the seventh, when he smacked a pitch back toward the mound, where Xavier Cedeno couldn’t handle it, allowing the Yankees to tie...
New York Post Apr 23, 2016

CC Sabathia not making strong case to stay in rotation

CC Sabathia hasn’t pitched his way out of the Yankees’ rotation. But his three outings thus far haven’t exactly precluded manager Joe Girardi from making such a move eventually. Sabathia’s underwhelming start to the season continued Friday night in the Yankees’ come-from-behind 6-3 win over the Rays at the Stadium, the veteran southpaw failing to...
New York Post Apr 22, 2016

Brian McCann sees immediate results as pain recedes

Brian McCann snapped out of a 1-for-18 slide with a two-run homer and a run-scoring single that gave the Yankees the lead for good Friday in their 6-3 win over the Rays. Since McCann has been dealing with a left toe injury, he had not resembled the player he had been the first two weeks...
New York Post Apr 22, 2016

The Yankees’ most important unit makes everything possible

Brian McCann’s two-run homer in the second inning snapped a few necks in the docile Yankee Stadium crowd. Jacoby Ellsbury’s steal of home, ill-advised on some levels, tied the score in fifth. McCann’s sixth-inning RBI single gave the Yankees a slim lead. Ivan Nova provided two-plus innings of shutout relief and Ellsbury’s double plated two...
New York Post Apr 22, 2016

Jacoby Ellsbury stunningly steals game he was supposed to miss

It’s been awhile since Jacoby Ellsbury reminded the Yankees why they invested $153 million in him. He has been hurt, spent time on the bench and at times been unproductive. But on a night when he began the game on the bench with the Yankees facing another lefty starter, Ellsbury showed what he was capable...
New York Post Apr 20, 2016

Brett Gardner scratched from Yankees lineup with stiff neck

The anemic Yankees lineup lost its hottest hitter at the start of batting practice Wednesday night when Brett Gardner was scratched due to a stiff neck. According to manager Joe Girardi the exact cause of the neck problem hadn’t been determined. Gardner tumbled to the turf Tuesday night attempting to make a catch in left...
Newsday Apr 20, 2016

Stiff neck forces Brett Gardner out of Yankees lineup

Brett Gardner, among the few consistent offensive performers for the Yankees this season, was a late scratch from Wednesday night's game against the A's because of what the club called "a stiff neck."
New York Post Apr 20, 2016

5 MLB comebacks with more impact than Aroldis Chapman

Too bad for the Yankees that Aroldis Chapman pitches last, rather than bats first. The Yankees are less than three weeks away from adding the all-time leader in strikeouts per nine innings at 15.4 (minimum 300 appearances) to a group that is averaging 12.8 per nine – which is well ahead of the bullpen record...
New York Post Apr 20, 2016

Nick Swisher’s hot Triple-A bat could nuke Yankees comeback

Nick Swisher is handling Triple-A pitching, but unless Mark Teixeira succumbs to injury, the switch-hitting first baseman won’t surface in The Bronx. With an out in the minor league deal he signed last week, Swisher’s hot bat for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre could get him to another organization before a need arises with the Yankees. In five games...
New York Post Apr 18, 2016

Gardner-vs.-Ellsbury debate has easy answer — short- and long-term

Want to manage the Yankees for a moment? When Joe Girardi’s group resumes its 2016 season Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, left-hander Eric Surkamp will take the mound for Oakland. That means switch-hitter Aaron Hicks gets a start. That means one of the lefty swingers, Jacoby Ellsbury or Brett Gardner, gets a night off. What’s...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 17, 2016

Yankees' Brett Gardner looks like an All-Star again

Gardner scored the game-winner on Sunday
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 17, 2016
Yankees' Alex Rodriguez on breaking out of slump: Process over results

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez on breaking out of slump: Process over results

Alex Rodriguez broke out of his slump with a second inning home run, but it's about the process for the 40-year-old.

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