Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner returned to the lineup for Thursday's contest against the Blue Jays, reports MLB.com. Gardner was battling a shoulder issue, but he will bat second and play center field Thursday.
Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is making progress from his shoulder injury and is expected to start Thursday's game, reports MLB.com. Gardner was not in Wednesday's lineup as a result of the injury.
Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is not in Tuesday's lineup due to a jammed shoulder, reports MLB.com. Gardner suffered the injury while trying to make a catch against a wall during Monday's game. He said feels better Tuesday and expects to play in Wednesday's game.
Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner had a big night at the plate on Tuesday, as he went 3 for 4 in the 21-5 demolishing of the Rangers. Gardner singled twice, homered, drove in three runs and scored five. For good measure, he hit a two-run home run, his 11th of the year, with the Yankees already leading by 14 runs in the ninth inning. The home run came off Adam Rosales, a position player. The five runs scored is a career-high for Gardner.
Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner isn't in the starting lineup for Saturday's game against Minnesota, ending a string of 12 straight starts. Chris Young gets the start in Gardner's place.