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Topic - Brett Gardner
The way Brett Gardner sees it, Oswaldo Arcia's two throws were hardly the only reasons the Yankees lost to the Twins.
Brett Gardner's leaping catch in the 11th inning gave the New York Yankees life. Patient at-bats and their first hit since the fifth inning put them over the top.
By now, Michael Wacha is accustomed to dealing with the weather. He knows how to keep the St. Louis Cardinals close, too.
Charlie Morton gave up one hit after the second inning. The first five batters he faced, though, spoiled his day.
Yangervis Solarte thought he had another big hit when he sent a line drive toward the left field corner. The he saw Josh Harrison take off.
Diving through the air, fully outstretched, Josh Harrison might have been the only one in the ballpark who knew he was going to make that incredible catch in the eighth inning.
Edinson Volquez threw plenty of strikes. Too many of them wound up in the seats.
Brett Gardner and Yangervis Solarte are out of the New York Yankees' lineup because of injuries.
After two high-scoring days, the Tampa Bay Rays' offense was shut down again in the finale against the New York Yankees.
Dean Anna wasn't nervous during a key at-bat in extra innings. He was enjoying it.
There was nothing mysterious about Michael Pineda's performance this time. Masahiro Tanaka's dominant outing was pretty straight forward, too.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons understands that his team doesn't have much margin for error in the competitive AL East.
With an 0-2 start now firmly in the rearview mirror, the New York Yankees are looking forward to heading home for what's likely to be a memorable opener in the Bronx.
Jordan Zimmermann had everything working just the way he wanted in a perfect four-inning performance as the Washington Nationals beat the New York Yankees 3-2 Tuesday.
While CC Sabathia gave up three runs in three innings testing a new pitch, Jordan Zimmermann had everything working just the way he wanted in a perfect four-inning performance as the Washington Nationals beat the New York Yankees 3-2 Tuesday.
"If we don't have it, it would be a flyball," Gardner said.
"He's a big part of our ballclub and hopefully he'll be back in the lineup in a couple of days," Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner said before the results were announced.