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Daily Archives: February 6, 2016

Will New York Yankees LF Brett Gardner Remain A Valuable Commodity?

It was a tale of two halves for the man though. With a .861 OPS before the ALL - Star Break, he made the American League squad in Cincinnati for the Yanks. His .592 OPS post ALL - Star Break was a main reason the club struggled in the second half of the year. Gardy did battle a wrist injury in the second half. He is signed for the next four years. I believe the club may go as far as he and Ellsbury. His average dipped all the way to .259 after starting the season near .300

It was a tale of two halves for the man though. With a .861 OPS before the ALL – Star Break, he made the American League squad in Cincinnati for the Yanks. His .592 OPS post ALL – Star Break was a main reason the club struggled in the second half of the year. Gardy did battle a wrist injury in the last few months. He is signed for the next four years. I believe the club may go as far as he and Ellsbury in 2016. His average dipped all the way to .259 after starting the season near .300

Christopher Carelli (Featured Baseball Writer/Founder – yankeesunscripted.com)  

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It’s a business and the New York Yankees believe outfielder Brett Gardner is a valuable commodity. All the same, it will be interesting to see if Gardner’s value as an asset grows or diminishes during and after the 2016 season.

Is this the final season in Gardner’s contract that his performance will considerably influence his worth to the club as a trade piece?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – February 6, 2016

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Don’t you wish you could go to the ballpark on Super Bowl Sunday?

Well, I do the best I can and play a podcast from a ballgame in Spokane last summer. It is the best I can do.

Take me out to the ballgame on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

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