SB Nation "Gardner is expendable as he appears to now be without a starting spot in the Yankees lineup. After two big outfield signings in the last week, the Yankees could trade Brett Gardner for a starting pitcher, reports Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. The Yankees signed Jacoby Ellsbury to a seven-year..." December 07
ESPN New York "Well, the speculation machine got started quickly. With Jacoby Ellsbury on board, it seemed like the Yankees could trade Brett Gardner. "Absolutely not," a source told Wallace Matthews. "The whole idea is to put the two of them at the top of the lineup. The would be an electric..." December 04
CBSSports.com "Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner was forced to depart in the first inning of Thursday night's key game in Baltimore with what's been announced as a left oblique strain. Gardner who was in the lineup in center field batted in the top of the first but then was replaced in center by Curtis Granderson..." September 13
YES showed replay of Gardner's check swing on 3-2 pitch. After swing he reached down and touched his left side near oblique. Stay tuned.
Left oblique strain for Brett Gardner. That can easily be a 2-3 week problem or more. Did it on checkswing.
Gardner had the x-ray today. No broken bone. Said his hand feels fine. Available just not in the lineup. #yankees
New York Post "Actions speak louder than words — and last night, Brett Gardner didn’t even say a word in the fifth inning. Even if he had shouted from the Green Monster, however, his actions would have drowned out anything he said. With the Yankees trailing, 3-2, two outs and the tying run sitting on second..." July 20
New York Post "The Yankees don’t even have to be on the field to get hurt. Travis Hafner was hitting off a machine in the middle of last night’s 8-1 win over the Royals when he fouled a pitch off his left foot, ending his night. “When I initially looked down, it didn’t look good,” Hafner said. So he was..." July 11
Left foot contusion for Hafner. Gardner left with a right leg contusion. X-rays on both were negative and both are day-to-day.
New York Post "Brett Gardner is the new Robinson Cano. And if that continues for a long stretch, the plucky Yankees will have to rely even more heavily on a pitching staff that has kept them close to the AL East lead. “This is the best I have ever seen him swing on a consistent basis,’’ Yankees hitting..." June 11
New York Post "The Yankee Way used to be all about superstars. This year it’s all about team and overcoming an absurd amount of injuries. That means there is less room for error, everyone has to contribute. In addition to the continuing onslaught of injuries, the Yankees have a bit of an outfield crisis on..." May 17
New York Post "With heavyweights like Derek Jeter, David Ortiz and Robinson Cano nowhere near the box score, you could be charged with fraud for calling yesterday’s Yankees-Red Sox game at JetBlue Park a “preview” of the April 1 season opener at Yankee Stadium. Yet with lefty Jon Lester on target to start for..." March 04
New York Post "Joe Girardi might as well save his breath. After watching Brett Gardner narrowly avoid getting injured on a head-first slide into first base yesterday against the Orioles at Ed Smith Stadium, the Yankees manager said he will talk to Gardner about the dangerous maneuver. “I’m not crazy about..." February 26
New York Daily News "Brett Gardner served as the leadoff hitter during the Yankees’ 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays Sunday, going 1-for-3. It is unclear whether Derek Jeter and Ichiro Suzuki will occupy the top two spots in the lineup, but the speedy Gardner would welcome the chance to stay there. “I’d like to lead off. It..." February 25
New York Post "The Yankees front office loves Brett Gardner. No, really, loves. You might see him as just a member of the chorus, a sidekick, a supplemental piece. But the Yankees brass use the term “impact player” quite a bit when talking about a guy with zero All-Star Games and career stats that look a lot..." February 22
New York Post "Provided a choice, Curtis Granderson would continue to dig his cleats into the most sacred patch of baseball grass in the universe: center field at Yankee Stadium. Yet, there is a very strong chance that left fielder Brett Gardner will trade places with Granderson, because manager Joe Girardi..." February 22
Pinstriped Bible "What's been rumored is one step closer to reality. Jack Curry reports that Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson is shagging fly balls in left. Curry describes it as the "precursor" to Granderson becoming the Yankees' left fielder, shifting the returning Brett Gardner over to center, and..." February 21
Bergen Record "Brett Gardner has two sons, Hunter and Miller, ages 4 and 2, and it’s easy to picture them on a ballfield soon. "They’re into everything," Gardner said. "Anything they can pick up and throw." Any fly ball their fleet 29-year-old father can chase down could save the Yankees valuable runs, and..." February 20
Newark Star-Ledger "The return of Brett Gardner adds a dimension to the Yankees lineup. He also creates a conundrum for their defensive configuration. Gardner — pesky at the plate, speedy on the bases, rangy in the field — represents a quite useful player for this aging team. But the trouble is figuring out..." February 20
New York Daily News "Brett Gardner says it doesn’t matter which outfield spot he plays this season, although he does admit he considers himself a natural center fielder who is more comfortable there than in left. But “as of now, there are no plans to do anything” about switching Gardner and the Yankees’ regular..." February 13