Brett Gardner

New York Yankees #11 - Left Field

  • Born: 08/24/83
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: L/L
2014 Yankees 104 389 68 110 15 6 14 47 42 97 17 4 .283 .356 .460

Yankees acquire Martin Prado from Diamondbacks


Adding further depth to their lineup, the Yankees have acquired the versatile infielder/outfielder from the Diamondbacks.

Yankees 12, Rangers 11: GGBG, nausea, and survival

The Yankees had only scored at least 12 runs one other time this season. They needed every single one of those damn runs.

Yankees one of several teams scouting Castillo

Cuban defector Rusney Castillo worked out for the majority of MLB scouts on Saturday.

Yankees News: Cervelli emerging; Headley deal

Joe Torre talks about his time in the Bronx; Francisco Cervelli is doing his part; How does the Chase Headley deal affect the Yankees and Padres

Yankees vs. Reds series preview

The Yankees kick off the second half with a three-game set against the Cincinnati Reds at Yankee Stadium.

The change in approach behind Gardner's power

With a career-high 9 home runs, Brett Gardner's hitting for more power than ever before. A more aggressive approach seems to have been the difference-maker.


Aroldis Chapman breaks strikeout record

The Cincinnati Reds closer has bounced back from injury brilliantly, setting a mark for consecutive relief appearances with a strikeout.

Carlos Beltran has two fractures in his face

After taking a ball to the face in batting practice, Carlos Beltran has two fractures in his face and might have a concussion

Open Thread: Daily Yankees Predictions 6/28/14

Vidal Nuno defied all expectations to shut out the Red Sox last night. Masahiro Tanaka will take the mound tonight to try for the series win.

Yankees 7, Blue Jays 3: Brian McCann breaks out

The Yankees' new catcher finally showed signs of life with a couple big hits and five RBI as a four-run seventh helped take down the Blue Jays and clinch a series victory.

Jeter struggling a bit out of the gates


Derek Jeter's final season has not gotten off to a storybook start, but can he turn it around as the Yankees enter the dog days of summer?

Should Ichiro be getting more playing time?

Ichiro has been off to a hot start, while Soriano has struggled, yet Soriano has earned the most playing time between the two of them. Why?

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