For the length of 26 batters, from the moment the Indians chased CC Sabathia from the game in the fifth and got the Cleveland crowd back into things, until the moment Brett Gardner worked—and there is no better word than worked—an epic at-bat in the ninth, Game 5 of the ALDS was about as tense as games get: A…
Today is the start of Players’ Weekend, a new MLB initiative designed to let players have a little bit of fun and express themselves in a league that so often tries to stifle those things. Players have picked nicknames to display on the back of their jersey—for one weekend, baseball will be graced by the likes of…
Here’s Yankees leadoff hitter Brett Gardner slapping a ball into the gap in left center, with two outs in the top of the ninth, with his team down a run after surrendering a 6-3 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning:
The Yankees wrap up a three-game series in Toronto tonight, and they got their second out of the night with a fair bit of pizazz, as Brett Gardner went ass-over-teakettle to make this grab here.
Brett Gardner took some friendly fire today in the Bronx as a fan attempted to throw back a fourth-inning home run ball off the bat of José Bautista and succeeded in drilling the Yankees outfielder in the back of the skull.
Rich Schultz took this shot for Getty Images during last night's Red Sox-Yankees game. That's outfielder Brett Gardner eating it as he slides for second in a rundown. It's perfect.
Until Brett Gardner's seventh-inning single off Darvish, that headline was actually not hyperbole; it was fact. He had four career hits in 10 at-bats against Darvish, all home runs.
Ron Gardenhire's crew arrived in the Bronx just in time for the movers who finally brought over the magical Yankees Magic Machine from the other stadium. Oooooh ... ghosts!