Tag Archives: Brett Gardner

It’s April, so step away from the panic button!


The first five games of the 2015 season has not gone according to plan. The Yankees lead the league in errors (8 errors), they have an atrocious team batting average (.193) and they've made multiple mental errors on the basepaths (*looking at you Jacoby Ellsbury, Didi Gregorius and Brett Gardner*). But here's something that might ...

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Three errors contribute to 8-4 loss against Red Sox


Following a 19-inning marathon, the Yankees were hoping for a decent turnaround. Unfortunately, sloppy defense contributed to a 8-4 loss against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. The Yankees first scored in the bottom of the second when Didi Gregorius hit a SAC Fly, plating Alex Rodriguez. They tacked on ...

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The Good and The Bad: 8th inning, Martin, Miller and Pineda


If there was one word to describe last night's Yankees game, it would have to be "bizarre". For the first seven innings, it seemed the Bronx Bombers would have their second straight loss but after an unconventional rally, the Yankees got their first victory of the 2015 season and all was right in Yankee-land. With ...

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Yankees begin 2015 where they left off in 2014


Before the first pitch of yesterday's game, there was a lot of hope surrounding the 2015 season. Unfortunately the hope vanished when the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Yankees 6-1 at Yankee Stadium. But the story wasn't the Yankees losing or Masahiro Tanaka's outing or even Didi Gregorius being caught on the base paths to ...

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The Good and The Bad: Gardner, Rodriguez, Martin, Tanaka and Gregorius


I'm introducing a new post this season called "The Good and The Bad" where I pick a few things that stood out after every Yankees game and elaborate on them. For the night games, the post will be on the site first thing in the morning and for the day games, the post will come ...

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Tanaka roughed up in 6-1 loss to Blue Jays


Opening Day symbolizes the beginning of a new season--unfortunately, the Yankees got off on the wrong foot as they fell to the Toronto Blue Jays with a score of 6-1 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. The lone run for the Yankees came in the bottom of the sixth inning on a home run ...

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Here’s the Yankees Opening Day roster!


Barring any last minute trades or setbacks, the Yankees have announced their Opening Day roster. Some spots were filled during Spring Training due to injury and most of the roster was decided once the team arrived in Florida. I'll go further into detail about the roster a little later, but for now, here is your ...

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Spring Training Notes: Gardner and Ryan


Here's a few quick Spring Training notes before the Yankees begin their split-squad games against the Rays and Pirates this afternoon. -- The Yankees released the lineups for both split-squad games and there was one important name missing from both lineups: Brett Gardner. Gardner wasn't listed as a player on the bench for both and obviously ...

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