Brett Gardner

New York Yankees #11 - Left Field

  • Born: 08/24/83
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: L/L
2014 Yankees 148 555 87 142 25 8 17 58 56 134 21 5 .256 .327 .422

Yankees 2014 Roster Report Card: Michael O`Neill

Michael O`Neill, the nephew of Paul O`Neill, is proving himself to be his own player and while he doesn't have the skills his uncle has, he's shown he has skills of his own

Front office: Denbo replaces Newman, Roessler gone

While the Yankees' new hitting coach has not been leaked, other front office positions have reportedly changed.

Yankees losing advantage as financial powerhouse

Will the Yankees adjust to the present and the future, or will they fall further behind?

Yankees 2014 Roster Report Card: Taylor Dugas

Taylor Dugas had a little bit of a down year, but he made it to Triple-A and could compete for a major league job this spring

Yankees 2014 Roster Report Card: Brett Gardner

As one of the Yankees top offensive producers this year, Brett Gardner traded in some of his traditional skills to hit for more power.

Yankees News: Potential roster cuts

Potential 40-man roster cuts; A-Rod sorry he missed Jeter's last game; Jeter jokes last game felt like his funeral.

Girardi rips Yankee players in team meeting

After a second straight year of no playoffs, Girardi took his team to task. It was not pretty.


Jeter doubles off the wall

Derek Jeter nearly hit one out in the first at-bat of his final career home game, but settled for an RBI double in the first inning on Thursday night.

Jose Ramirez is bunting his way into history

The Cleveland Indians lead all American League in sacrifice bunts and infielder Jose Ramirez leads all AL players, despite his having played less than half a season.

Yankees News: Everyday Jeter; Plans for Tanaka

The plans for Masahiro Tanaka will change depending on his start; Derek Jeter will play every day for the rest of the season; Carlos Beltran will delay his elbow surgery

Poor, lonely Mick Kelleher

When an offense is bad nobody gets on base. When nobody gets on base the first base coach gets lonely. That means that Mick Kelleher is a lonely sad panda.

PSA Podcast Ep. 64: Yankees roster rundown

The Yankees are not good, but we are podcasting about them because reasons! Who should be kept and who should be let go from the roster?

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