Brett Gardner

Brett Gardner #11

  • LF
  • B/T: Z/Z
  • 5' 10"/185
  • Edad: 32

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Brett Gardner 2015 Stats de la Postemporada

.000 0 0 0 .000

Brett Gardner Stats de por vida en Postemporada

.203 0 7 5 .461

Brett Gardner Estadísticas

.259 16 66 20 .742

Brett Gardner Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

.264 56 301 202 .738

Brett Gardner Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Brett M. Gardner
  • Nacido: 8/24/1983 en Holly Hill, SC
  • Draft: 2005, New York Yankees, 3rd rd. (109th overall)
  • Universidad: College of Charleston
  • Debut: junio 30, 2008
Más Info Biográfica +
2015 Stats de la Postemporada 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Stats de por vida en Postemporada 69 8 14 0 7 5 .203 .243 .461
2015 Estadísticas 571 94 148 16 66 20 .259 .343 .742
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 3058 519 807 56 301 202 .264 .346 .738
  • Estatus: Activo

Brett Gardner Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG VB HIP Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento Pro. de distancia (pies) Pro. de vel. generada (mph) Pro. del ángulo del lanzamiento (deg) Pro. de altura (pies)
2015 Yankees AL 656 376 89.57 207.00 0.24 9.61 32.95
MLB Avg - - - - 89.28 210.20 0.43 8.96 33.39


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Brett Gardner Estadísticas

Brett Gardner Estadísticas Avanzadas

Brett Gardner Eventos de Statcast


Brett Gardner Noticias de Fantasía

4 de November de 2015 a las 2:18 ET

Wrist injury may have hampered Gardner

Outfielder Brett Gardner's late-season slide may have been the result of attempting to play through a nagging right wrist injury, new Yankees hitting coach Alan Cockrell said on a conference call Wednesday.

7 de octubre de 2015 a las 10:51 ET

Gardner excels in first half of 2015

Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner finished the 2015 regular season with a .259 average, 16 home runs, 66 RBIs, 94 runs scored and 20 stolen bases.


Brett Gardner Premios

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2009 NY Yankees AL

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2015 NY Yankees AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
10/06/2013 NY Yankees AL
04/08/2014 NY Yankees AL
29/06/2015 NY Yankees AL

MLBPAA Yankees Heart and Hustle Award

Año Equipo League
2010 NY Yankees AL
2013 NY Yankees AL
2014 NY Yankees AL
2015 NY Yankees AL

AFL All-Prospect Team

Año Equipo League
2007 Peo Javelinas AFL

Baseball America Triple-A All-Star

Año Equipo League
2008 Scranton/WB INT

FSL Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2006 Tampa FSL

Brett Gardner Tabla de líderes

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2009 26 13th in AL
2010 47 3rd in AL
2011 49 1st in AL
2013 24 13th in AL
2014 21 13th in AL
2015 20 12th in AL

Promedio de embasarse

Season OBP Rank
2010 .383 8th in AL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2010 97 9th in AL
2011 87 16th in AL
2014 87 13th in AL
2015 94 10th in AL


Season BB Rank
2010 79 10th in AL
2011 60 25th in AL
2015 68 12th in AL


Season 2B Rank
2013 33 25th in AL


Season 3B Rank
2009 6 14th in AL
2010 7 5th in AL
2011 8 4th in AL
2013 10 1st in AL
2014 8 4th in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
2011 159 4th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
2015 656 24th in AL


Season SO Rank
2014 134 14th in AL
2015 135 17th in AL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
2010 9 10th in AL
2011 13 3rd in AL
2013 8 7th in AL
2014 5 18th in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
2011 8 18th in AL
2013 8 10th in AL

Brett Gardner Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
25 de septiembre de 2012 New York Yankees activan a LF Brett Gardner de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
26 de junio de 2012 New York Yankees transferido LF Brett Gardner de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado a la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
8 de junio de 2012 envian a LF Brett Gardner una asignación de rehabilitación a Charleston RiverDogs.
8 de mayo de 2012 envian a LF Brett Gardner una asignación de rehabilitación a Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
18 de abril de 2012 New York Yankees ponen a LF Brett Gardner en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Right elbow soreness
7 de septiembre de 2009 New York Yankees activan a LF Brett Gardner de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
3 de septiembre de 2009 envian a CF Brett Gardner una asignación de rehabilitación a Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
26 de julio de 2009 New York Yankees ponen a CF Brett Gardner en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
26 de julio de 2008 LF Brett Gardner asignado a New York Yankees.

Info Biográfica de Brett M. Gardner

He and his wife, Jessica, have one son, Hunter Thomas (1)... graduated from the College of Charleston and was the highest-drafted player in the school's history after walking on the baseball team... in his senior year at Charleston, led the Cougars with a .447 batting average (122-for-273)... helped guide the Cougars to a 48-15 regular season record and a berth in the NCAA tournament... played high school football and baseball... gave free haircuts to underprivileged kids at Jordan's Barber Shop in the Bronx on 7/8/08... makes regular visits to ailing children at New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital.

Batted .256 (142-for-555) with 87R, 25 doubles, 8 triples, 17HR, 58RBI and 21SB in 148 games (120 starts in LF,20 in CF, one in RF and one at DH) with the Yankees…set single-season career highs in home runs and RBI,surpassing his 2013 totals in each category (8HR and 52RBI)…reached 20SB in a season for the fifth time inhis career (also 2009-11 and '13)... Hit five leadoff HRs (7/2 at Tampa Bay, 7/13 at Baltimore, 7/29 at Texas, 7/30 at Texas and 8/31 at Toronto), tiedwith Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez and Colorado's Charlie Blackmon for most such HR in the Majors…tied Los Angeles-AL's Kole Calhoun for the most home runs in the AL out of the leadoff spot in the lineup (17)... Became the seventh Yankee to have at least 15HR and 15SB as a leadoff hitter in a season, joining Bobby Bonds (1975), Johnny Damon (2006, '08), Rickey Henderson (1985-87), Derek Jeter (2009), Chuck Knoblauch(1998-99) and Alfonso Soriano (2002-03)... Made his first career appearance and start in RF in 4/23 loss at Boston... Tied his career highs in runs scored (also 8/3/11 at Chicago-AL) and walks (fourth time) in 4/24 win at Boston,going 0-for-3 with 4R, 3BB and 2SB…became just the second Yankee in franchise history to score at least 4Rin a single game without a hit (also Bert Daniels on 5/10/1913 at Detroit, 0-for-3 with 4R)-credit: Elias... Scored a run in a career-high-tying eight straight games from 5/6-14 (credit: Elias)... Hit grand slam and was 2-for-5 with 1SB in 5/12 loss vs. the Mets…was his second career grand slam (also7/3/10 vs. Toronto)...Reached base safely (via hit, walk or HBP) in 24 straight gameswith a plate appearance (from 6/13-7/10), batting .304 (28-for-92) over the span…the on-base streak was the longest ofhis career and the longest by a Yankee since Robinson Cano reached in 26 straight games from 6/20-7/20/12... Went 8-for-14 with 6R, 2 doubles, 4HR and 4RBI in the Yankees'three-game series in Texas from 7/28-30…overall, hit .480(12-for-25) with 9R, 4 doubles and 5HR in seven games vs. theRangers in 2014, becoming the third Yankee in franchise historyto record at least those totals in runs, doubles and HR in a single season vs. the Rangers (also Roger Maris in 1962when the team was the Washington Senators and Don Mattingly in 1987)... Was named AL "Player of the Week" after batting .478 (11-for-23) with 8R, 3 doubles, 5HR, 7RBI, 5BB and aMajor League-leading 1.261 slugging percentage in six games from 7/28-8/3…was his second career weeklyaward (also for the week ending 6/9/13)... With all of his games during his "Player of the Week"-winning stretch coming during the Yankees' six-game roadtrip to Texas and Boston, became the first player to hit at least .478 with 5HR on one trip since Mickey Mantlehit .550 (11-for-20) with 8HR on a six-game road trip to Boston and Washington from 6/28-7/3/66 (credit: Elias)... Homered in three consecutive games (7/28-30) for the first time in his career, hitting 4HR total over the stretch... Hit two solo HRs-his first career multi-HR game-in 7/28 loss at Texas... Hit leadoff HRs in back-to-back games on 7/29 and 7/30 at Texas, becoming the third Yankee in the last 50years (since 1965) to hit a leadoff home run in consecutive team games, joining Chuck Knoblauch from 7/30-31/99 and Derek Jeter from 8/17-18/01... Missed three games (8/24-26) with a bruised right ankle... Was ejected from 9/2 loss vs. Boston by HP umpire Tim Timmons in the fifth inning (arguing a called third strike)…was his third career ejection (also 7/21/10 vs. Los Angeles-AL and 7/19/13 at Boston, both for arguingballs and strikes)... Missed six games from 9/6-12 (Game 1) with a lower abdominal strain... Snapped an 0-for-27 stretch with a first-inning double in 9/20 loss vs. Toronto... Hit the 15,000th home run in Yankees franchise history with a fifth-inning solo shot in 9/21 win vs. Toronto... Underwent surgery to repair a core muscle injury to his right rectus abdominis muscle on 10/16…the surgerywas performed by Dr. William Meyers at the Philadelphia Vincera Institute in Philadelphia, Pa... Signed a four-year contract extension with the Yankees on 2/24/14, beginning in the 2015 season andextending through 2018 with a club option for 2019.

Hit .273 (147-for-539) with 81R, 33 doubles, 10 triples, 8HR, 52RBI and 24SB in 145 games (130 starts in CF, one at DH) with the Yankees… led the AL in triples, the first Yankee to do so since Hank Bauer and Gil McDougald each had an AL-leading nine triples in 1957... Was the first Yankee since Snuffy Stirnweiss in 1945 to collect at least 30 doubles, 10 triples and 20SB in a single season... Set single-season career highs in hits, doubles and home runs… reached 20SB in a season for the fourth time in his career (also 2009-11)... Went 4-for-5 in 4/9 win at Cleveland, batting in the leadoff position… with Robinson Cano going 4-for-6 in the No. 2 spot in the lineup, became the Yankees' first No. 1 and No. 2 batters each to record at least 4H in the same game since CF Bernie Williams (4-for-6) and 3B Wade Boggs (4-for-5) did so in a 12-3 Yankees win on 7/22/94 at the Angels... Had 2SH in 4/12 win vs. Baltimore, becoming the first Yankees position player (non-pitcher) with multiple sacrifice hits in the same game since doing so himself on 3/31/11 vs. Detroit... Played in his 500th career game in 4/29 loss vs. Houston... Scored a run in six straight games from 5/24-30, tying the second-longest such streak of his career (also 9/25-10/3/10) behind an eight-game span from 4/30-5/8/10... Hit a two-out, two-strike, game-tying RBI single in the ninth inning on 5/25 at Tampa Bay… was the first two-out, two-strike hit by a Yankee in the ninth inning that tied the game or gave the Yankees the lead in a road game since Alex Rodriguez's go-ahead three-run HR in the ninth inning on 9/17/10 at Baltimore (off Koji Uehara)... Hit three-run HR and was 2-for-3 with 1SH in 6/5 win vs. Cleveland… was the second time in 2013-and his career-that he homered and had sacrifice hit in the same game (also 4/26 vs. Toronto)… joined Houston's Robbie Grossman as the only Major Leaguers with more than one such game in 2013... Was named AL "Player of the Week" for the period ending on 6/9, batting .520 (13-for-25) with 5R, 5 doubles, 1HR and 6RBI during the stretch… was his first career "Player of the Week" award and the first by a Yankee in 2013... Had a career-high 9H over a three-game span from 6/8-11 (3H on 6/8 at Seattle, 4H on 6/9 at Seattle and 2H on 6/11 at Oakland)... Struck out at least once in a franchise-record 16 straight games from 6/21-7/8-credit: Elias... Was ejected by HP Umpire Mike Everitt in the fifth inning of 7/19 loss at Boston for arguing balls and strikes… was his second career ejection (also 7/21/10 vs. Los Angeles-AL by Paul Emmel, also arguing balls and strikes)... With his 10th-inning "walk-off" single in 8/9 win vs. Detroit and ninth-inning "walk-off" HR in 8/11 win vs. Detroit, became the first Yankee with two "walk-off" hits in a span of three-days-or-less since Claudell Washington in 1988 (credit: Elias)… the single was his first "walk-off" hit since 6/16/11 vs. Texas… the solo HR was his first career "walk-off" HR and fifth "walk-off" hit... Collected his 500th career hit with a fifth-inning single in 8/26 loss at Toronto... Of his final 17 hits of the season (from 8/27), 10 went for extra bases (8 doubles and 2 triples)... Did not play in the Yankees' final 15 games of the season (9/13-29) with a left oblique strain… left 9/12 win at Baltimore after the top of the first inning with the injury, which was suffered on a checked-swing.

2012 Was limited to 16 games (8 GS in LF) with the Yankees, batting .323 (10-for-31) with 7 R, 2 doubles and 3 RBIs...made his fourth career Opening Day roster...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/19 (retroactive to 4/18) with a right elbow strain...was transferred to the 60-day DL on 6/26 and reinstated on 9/25...missed 142 team games...was scratched from the lineup prior to 4/18 loss vs. Minnesota with the injury that occurred during the game the night before, making a diving catch to end the third inning...Began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 5/8...played in two rehab games, combining to go 3-for-5 with 1 R, 1 triple and 2 BB in 2 GS in LF...was returned from rehab on 5/10 after experiencing soreness and swelling...Played in an additional rehab game on 6/8 with Single-A Charleston, playing five innings in LF and going 1-for-3 with 1 R and 1 SB...was again returned from rehab after experiencing stiffness in his right elbow...Met with Dr. Timothy Kremchek on 6/14 who agreed with the Yankees' previous diagnosis of an elbow muscle strain, bone bruise and joint inflammation which had not fully healed...underwent arthroscopic surgery on the elbow on 7/24, performed by Dr. Christopher Ahmad at New York-Presbyterian Hospital...Made his first appearance since 4/17 in 9/26 win at Minnesota, entering as a ninth-inning defensive replacement in LF...his pinch-hit at-bat in 10/1 win vs. Boston and pinch-hit single in 10/3 win vs. Boston were his first plate appearance and hit since 4/17 vs. Minnesota...Appeared in five postseason games for the Yankees, going 0-for-8 with 2 SB...started ALCS Game 3 (in LF) and Game 4 (in CF), both at Detroit. 2011 Hit .259 (132-for-510) with 87R, 19 doubles, 7HR, 36RBI and 60BB in 159 games (124 starts in LF and 10 in CF) with the Yankees ... tied for the AL lead and tied for second in the Majors with 49 stolen bases (in 62 attempts) ... was the co-recipient (along with Coco Crisp) of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum¡¦s James "Cool Papa" Bell Award given annually to the AL and NL leaders in stolen bases. ... Was successful in 44 of his last 51 stolen base attempts (86.3%) from 5/20 after having just 5SB in his first 11 tries of the season. ... Hit in seven diff erent spots in the lineup during the 2011 season ... No. 1: 57G, .230 (53- for-230); No. 3: 1G, .000 (0-for-0, 1BB); No. 5: 3G, .667 (2-for-3); No. 6: 7G, .000 (0-for-7, 1BB); No. 7: 17G, .371 (13-for-35); No. 8: 25G, .397 (29-for-73); No. 9: 49G, .217 (35-for-161). Made his third career Opening Day roster (also 2009 and '10) ... was 0-for-2 with 2SH in 3/31 Opening Day win vs. Detroit, becoming the first Yankees outfi elder with 2SH in a single game since Roberto Kelly on 4/22/88 vs. Toronto. ... Hit three home runs in a six-game stretch from 4/23-28 ... hit solo HR and was 1-for-3 in 4/26 loss vs. Chicago-AL, marking the first time the Yankees lost a game in which he homered (had been 9-0 in such games). ... Drew a walk in a season-high seven straight games from 4/28- 5/4, matching Curtis Granderson (6/26-7/4) for the longest such streak by a Yankee in 2011. ... Was caught stealing twice in a game for the second time in his career in 6/11 win vs. Cleveland (other on 5/31/10 vs. Cleveland, also with Mitch Talbot pitching and Lou Marson catching). ... Stole his 100th career base in the sixth inning of 6/14 win vs. Texas, going 3-for-4 with 3R, 1RBI, 1BB and 1SB. ... Hit game-winning ¡§walk-off ¡¨ single in the 12th inning and was 2-for-2 on 6/16 vs. Texas, entering game in the ninth inning as a defensive replacement in LF ... was his third career "walk-off" hit¡Xall coming in extra innings. ... Hit his first career leadoff HR¡Xand the Yankees¡¦ only leadoff HR in 2011¡Xand was 3-for-5 with 2R and 1 double in 6/19 win at Chicago-NL. ... Successfully stole a base in 22 straight attempts from 6/25-8/9 ... according to Elias, was the longest such streak by a Yankee since Derek Jeter¡¦s 22 in-a-row from 7/20/01-6/2/02 ... Elias also notes it was the longest single-season streak by a Yankee since Rickey Henderson¡¦s franchise record of 28 straight stolen bases without being caught in 1988. ... Recorded 13SB in July, tying him with Rajai Davis for most in the AL for the month ... was the first Yankee since 1920 (when the AL began tracking caught stealing) to steal 13-or-more bases in a calendar month without being caught ... his total was the highest for a Yankee in a calendar month since Tony Womack stole 14 bases in May 2005. ... Stole at least one base in a career-long fi ve straight games from 7/16-20, marking the longest such streak for a Yankee since Alfonso Soriano in 2002 (credit: Elias). ... Went a career-high 48PA without a strikeout from 8/10- 21 (previous career high was 35PA in 2009) ... struck out looking in the first inning of 8/23 loss vs. Oakland to snap the stretch ... had been the longest active streak without a strikeout in the Majors¡ credit: Elias Sports Bureau. ... Batted just .219 (16-for-73) with 14R, 1 double, 1 triple, 2HR, 4RBI and 11SB in 27 games in September. ... Hit .412 (7-for-17) with 3R, 1 double, 5RBI in the ALDS loss vs. the Tigers ... tied for team lead in hits for the series. 2010 Hit .277 (132-for-477) with 97R, 20 doubles, 7 triples, 5HR, 47RBI and 47SB in 150 games (96 starts in LF, 38 in CF) with the Yankees....stole 47 bases in 56 attempts (83.9%), tied for the fourth-most SB in the Majors. ... Led all Major Leaguers with 4.61 pitches seen per plate appearance....swung at only 7.6% of frst pitches, the lowest such mark in the Majors....of the 14 times he swung at the first pitch, recorded 8H (.571BA) with 3 doubles and 1 triple....worked the count to 3-2 in 124 of his 569 plate appearances (21.79%), the third-highest percentage among AL qualifers (credit: Elias)....had 75H with two strikes, tied for seventh in the Majors....ranked 10th in the Majors with one walk every 7.20 plate appearances....ranked 10th in the AL with 79BB. ... The Yankees were 56-16 when he scored a run and 20-3 when he scored multiple runs. ... Hit .290 (27-for-93) with 21R, 6 doubles, 1 triple and 11RBI in 25 games in the leado. spot in the lineup....batted .342 (40-for-117) when leading o. an inning. ... Became the seventh Yankee in the last 70 years to reach the 40-steal plateau in a season (also Rickey Henderson, Roberto Kelly, Mickey Rivers, Steve Sax, Alfonso Soriano and Snuffy Stirnweiss)....marked the most steals by a Yankee in a single season since Rickey Henderson in 1988 (93SB). ... Recorded 45.6% of the Yankees' 103SB in 2010, marking the highest percentage by a Yankee since Rickey Henderson in 1988 (63.7%, 93-of-147)-credit: Elias. ... Tied for second in the Majors with 12 outfeld assists....his nine assists as a leftfelder trailed only Minnesota's Delmon Young (12) for most in the Majors. ... Ranked by Baseball America as the AL's third-fastest and third-best baserunner. ... Ranked sixth among Major League outfelders with a .997 felding percentage, committing just 1E in 300 total chances. Made his second straight Opening Day roster....stole home on the back end of a double steal in the fourth inning of 4/4 Opening Day loss at Boston....became the frst Yankee to steal home since Alex Rodriguez on 7/31/04 vs. Baltimore (also as part of a double steal) and the frst Major Leaguer to steal home on Opening Day since Oakland's Mike Bordick on 4/6/92 vs. Kansas City (credit: Elias). ... Batted .323 (21-for-65) with 14R in April, his most runs for any calendar month in his career....also stole 10 bases during the month, tied with Oakland's Rajai Davis and Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen for most in the Majors....marked the most SB by a Yankee in March/April since Chuck Knoblauch led the AL with 11 in 2001....Rickey Henderson is the only other Yankee to steal double-digit bases in March/April (3x: 1988-20; 1986-15; 1989-14). ... Had three infeld hits-including two to the pitcher-in 4/17 win vs. Texas, marking the most infield hits by a Yankee since Don Mattingly on 8/19/92 vs. Oakland-credit: Elias. ... Homered of a left-handed pitcher (Mark Beuhrle) for the frst time in his career in 5/2 win vs. Chicago-AL, going 2-for-4 with 2R, 2RBI and 1BB. ... Did not steal a base over a 13-game span from 5/16-29, the second-longest such stretch of his career behind a 14-game span from 5/5-25/09....was caught stealing twice in a game for the frst time in his career in 5/31 win vs. Cleveland. ... Hit a team-high .383 (23-for-60) with 13R and a .472OBP in 21 June games, ranking fourth in the Majors in batting average for the month. ... Was removed from 6/8 win at Baltimore for PH (Thames) in the eighth with a sore left thumb and missed the following two games....underwent X-rays on 6/9, the results of which were negative. ... Was hit by a pitch in 6/27 loss at Los Angeles-NL, leaving game in the top of the fourth with a bruised right forearm...was diagnosed with a right wrist contusion after X-rays were negative...missed 6/29-7/1 series at Seattle...hit .233 (56-for-240) over the remainder of the season. ... Hit his frst career grand slam and was 2-for-3 with 2R and 1BB in 7/3 win vs. Toronto. ... Hit second career inside-the-park HR (also 5/15/09 vs. Minnesota)-his second homer in as many games-and was 2-for-4 with 2R and 1BB in 7/4 win vs. Toronto....became the frst player with multiple inside-the-park HRs as a Yankee since Mickey Rivers (1976-79)-credit: SABR's David Vincent....according to Elias, became the frst player to hit a grand slam and inside-the-park home run in back-to-back games since Scott Rolen on 7/2-3/99 w/ Philadelphia vs. Chicago-NL. ... Was ejected for the frst time in his career in 7/21 win vs. Los Angeles-AL for arguing balls and strikes during his seventh-inning AB. ... Recorded two outfeld assists in the same game for the frst time in his career in 7/22 win vs. Kansas City....became the frst Yankees left felder with two assist in the same game since Melky Cabrera had two assists on 5/16/06 vs. Texas. ... Recorded at least one walk in 10 straight games from 8/25-9/5, marking the longest streak in the Majors in 2010 and the longest by a Yankee since Jorge Posada's 13-game stretch from 5/9-29/04-credit: Elias. ... Played all 20 innings in 10/2 doubleheader at Boston....had 2SB in Game 1 and a career-high-tying 3SB in Game 2, becoming the frst player in franchise history to steal fve bases in a single day (credit: Elias). ... Appeared in all nine postseason games, going 5-for-27 (.185) with 2SB. ... Underwent surgery on 12/8/10 to have in. amed tissue removed from his right wrist....procedure was performed by Dr. Melvin Rosenwasser at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital 2009 Hit .270 (67-for-248) with 48R, 3HR, 23RBI and 26SB in 108 games (63 starts in CF) with the Yankees... went 26-for-31 in stolen base attempts (83.9%), ranking third among all Major League rookies... became the third Yankees rookie over the last 50 years (since 1960) to steal at least 26 bases in a season, joining Alfonso Soriano (43SB in 2001) and Willie Randolph (37SB in 1976)...Collected a triple and home run in the same game three times in 2009 (5/13 at Toronto, 5/15 vs. Minnesota and 6/26 at the Mets), becoming the first Yankee to accomplish the feat at least three times in a single season since Hank Bauer in 1957 (also three times)- credit: Elias Sports Bureau...Made his first career Opening Day roster... started in CF in 4/6 Opening Day loss at Baltimore, going 1-for-3 with 1R and 1SH... went hitless (0-for-4) in his second game of the season on 4/8 at Baltimore, snapping his career-high 11-game hitting streak that dated back to 9/15/08...Hit his first Major League home run-a two-run HR in the second inning-and was 2-for-3 with 2R, 1 triple, 3RBI and 1BB in 5/13 win at Toronto... along with Ramiro Pena, became the first pair of Yankees rookies to both hit triples in the same game since 8/31/70, when Thurman Munson and Johnny Ellis did so off Mike Cuellar (credit: Elias)...Hit an inside-the-park solo-HR and was 3-for-3 with 2R and 1 triple on 5/15 vs. Minnesota after entering the game defensively in the fourth in CF when Johnny Damon was ejected... was the first inside-the-park HR by a Yankee since Ricky Ledee on 8/29/99 vs. Seattle... according to Elias, became the fifth Yankees rookie since Divisional play began in 1969 to hit an inside-the-park HR (Johnny Ellis-1969, Deion Sanders-1990, Derek Jeter-1996 and Ricky Ledee-1999)... joined Carl Crawford (2005), Brian Giles (2002) and Fred McGriff (1993) as the only players since 1989 to hit an inside-the-park HR and triple in the same contest (credit: Elias)... Elias also notes that he became just the third Yankee since 1998 to get 3H after entering as a sub (also Lance Johnson, 2000 and Cody Ransom, 2008)...Missed three games from 5/18-20 with a bruised right shoulder... suffered injury in 5/17 win vs. Minnesota when he was tagged out at the plate by Joe Mauer... saw team physician Dr. Christopher Ahmad and underwent an MRI at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital on 5/18, revealing a bruised right shoulder...Upon his return, reached base safely (via hit, walk or HBP) in 22 straight games with an official plate appearance (including 18 starts) from 5/21-6/26, batting .371 (26- for-70) with 14R, 1 double, 2 triples, 1HR, 5RBI and 9BB...Stole a career-high three bases in 5/26 loss at Texas, going 3-for-5 with 1R... entered the game in the top of the first in CF, replacing an injured Melky Cabrera... collected three hits in a game that he did not start for the second time in 2009 (also 3-for-3 on 5/15), becoming the first player with two three-hit games off the bench in one season since John Shelby for the 1983 Orioles (credit: Elias)...Hit a solo-HR and was 5-for-6 with 3R, 1 triple, 1HR, 2RBI and 1SB in 6/26 win at the Mets, establishing a career high in hits and tying his career high in runs scored... according to Elias, became the first player from either the Yankees or Mets with at least 5H in a Yankees/Mets game during the regular or postseason... Elias also notes Gardner became just the third Yankees rookie in franchise history to record at least 5H and 1HR in the same game, joining Joe DiMaggio in 1936 (5H, 1HR) and Shane Spencer in 1998 (5H, 2HR)...Was placed on the 15-day D.L. on 7/26 with a fractured left thumb... injury occurred while sliding into second base in the first inning in 7/25 loss vs. Oakland... remained in the game and went 1-for-3 with 1 triple... was returned from rehab and reinstated on 9/7 (missed 40 team games)...In 56 games prior to being placed on the disabled list (5/13-7/25), batted .308 (40-for-130) with 25R, 1 double, 6 triples, 3HR, 16RBI, 17BB and 14SB... hit .214 (15-for-70) with 11R, 0HR and 4RBI in 29 games to start the season (4/6-5/12)... in 23 games after being reinstated from the 15-day D.L., batted .250 (12-for-48) with 12R, 2 doubles, 3RBI and 6SB...Appeared in 14 of the Yankees' postseason games, going 2-for-13 with 3R and 1SB... started the final two games (WS Game 5 and 6) in CF when Melky Cabrera was removed from the roster with a hamstring strain...Hit .379 (25-for-66) with 12R, 3HR and 7RBI in 27 spring training games, tying for the team lead in stolen bases (5) and ranking second in hits... won the 2009 James P. Dawson Award, given to the most outstanding rookie in Yankees spring training by the New York chapter of the BBWAA. 2008 Hit .228 (29-for-117) with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 16RBI and 13SB in 42 games (17 starts in CF, 15 starts in LF) over two stints with the Yankees (6/30-7/25; 8/15-9/28)... the Yankees were 15-3 when he batted ninth...In his professional career, has successfully stolen a base in 84.3 percent of his attempts in the Majors and minors (166-for-197)...Was signed to a Major League contract and selected to the 25-man active roster from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 6/30, making his Major League debut that night in a loss vs. Texas and going 0-for-3 with 1SB as the leadoff hitter... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, was the first Yankee to make his Major League debut in the leadoff spot since Roberto Kelly on 7/29/87 vs. Kansas City...Stole five bases within his first nine games... according to Elias, became just the third Yankee since 1938 to accomplish the feat, joining Mickey Rivers (1976) and Bobby Abreu (2006)...Recorded his first Major League hit-a seventh-inning single off Warner Madrigal-and was 1-for-4 with 2R, 1RBI, 1BB and 1SB in 7/2 win vs. Texas, also recording his first run and RBI...Notched his first career multi-hit game and "walk-off" hit in 7/6 win vs. Boston, going 2-for-5 with 1R, 1RBI and 1SB... singled home Robinson Cano from second base for the winning run in the 10th inning (off Jonathan Papelbon)... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the first Yankee to record a "walk-off" hit in his sixth career game or earlier since Alfonso Soriano (also in his sixth Major League game) hit a pinch-hit, "walk-off" solo home run on 9/24/99 vs. Tampa Bay in a 5-4 Yankees win in 11 innings... Elias also noted he was the first Yankees rookie to provide a "walk-off" hit vs. Boston since Derek Jeter hit a 10th-inning single off Joe Hudson in a 12-11 Yankees victory on 9/21/96...Batted .153 (9-for-59) with 8R, 1 double, 7RBI, 1SF, 2SH and 5SB in 17 games (15 starts in LF, one start in CF) in his first stint with the Yankees before being optioned to Scranton/WB on 7/26... recalled on 8/15 and batted .294 (20-for-68) with 4 doubles, 2 triples, 9RBI and 8SB in 25 starts (16 starts in CF) in his second stint with the Yankees...Recorded his first career three-hit game and his second career "walk-off" hit on 8/16 vs. Kansas City, driving in Robinson Cano from second base with two outs in the 13th inning and going 3-for-5 with 1 double, 1RBI and 1BB... became the first Yankees rookie with two "walk-off" hits in one season since Hideki Matsui in 2003 (credit: Elias Sports Bureau)... Elias also noted that he became the first Major Leaguer to record two gameending RBIs within his first 20 career games since Ted Simmons had two in his first seven Major League games spanning from 1968-69...Was caught stealing for the first time in his career in 9/15 win vs. Chicago (AL)... according to Elias Sports Bureau, was the first Yankee to begin his Major League career with eight straight successful stolen base attempts since Andy Fox recorded eight consecutive steals in 1996... stole two bases in a game for the first time in his career in 9/16 loss vs. Chicago (AL)...Collected a career-high 4RBI in 9/26 win at Boston, going 2-for-6 with a two-run, bases-loaded single... finished the season with a career-high 10-game hitting streak from 9/15-28, batting .357 (15-for-42) over the stretch...In 94 overall games with Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, batted .296 (101-for-341) with 68R, 12 doubles, 11 triples, 3HR, 32RBI, 70BB, 11SH and 37SB, while recording 27 multi-hit games... led all Yankees farmhands in stolen bases and tied for fourth in batting average...Hit .287 (81-for-282) with 59R, 11 doubles, 10 triples, 3HR, 29RBI, 61BB, 34SB and 11SH in 80 games (61 starts in CF, 13 starts in LF) with Scranton/WB prior to joining the Yankees for the first time... at the time of his promotion, led all Triple-A players in triples, stolen bases and sacrifice hits and ranked first in the International League in walks, was second in OBP (.412) and fourth in runs scored...Hit the first "walk-off" home run in Scranton/WB Yankees history on 4/23 vs. Buffalo, a solo shot in the bottom of the ninth...In 14G with Scranton/WB between being optioned and recalled (7/26-8/24), batted .339 (20-for-59) with 9R, 1 double, 1 triple, 3RBI, 9BB and 3SB... hit safely in his last 7G with SWB from 8/4-14, batting .462 (12-for-26) with 7BB... reached base in seven of his last eight plate appearances, tallying consecutive three-hit games (3-for-3 with 1BB at Pawtucket on 8/13 and 3-for-4 vs. Lehigh Valley on 8/14)...Was tabbed as having the IL's "Best Strike Zone Judgment" and being the IL's "Best Baserunner" by Baseball America... was also named to the publication's Triple-A All-Star team... entered the season ranked by the Baseball America as the eighth-best prospect in the organization and as the "Fastest Baserunner." 2007 Hit .281 (108-for-384) with 18 doubles, 8 triples, 1HR, 35RBI and 39SB in 99 combined games with Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre... led all Yankees minor leaguers in stolen bases and tied for the Thunder team-lead with five triples...Began the year at Trenton, batting .300 (61-for-203) with 18SB in 54 games... missed a month of action on the disabled list from 5/5-6/8 with a fractured right hand after being hit by an errant pitch on 5/4 at New Britain...Was promoted to Scranton/WB on 7/13 where he hit .260 (47-for-181) and successfully stole a base in 21-of-24 attempts... hit his first professional home run on 8/21 vs. Rochester, leading off the game in a 3-1 loss...Following the season, played with the Peoria Javelinas, hitting safely in 24-of-26 contests and leading the Arizona Fall League in stolen bases (16) and runs scored (27) while ranking second in hits (37), tying for third in walks (17), and placing fourth in on-base percentage (.433) and fifth in batting average (.343)... was named to the 2007 Arizona Fall League Top Prospects Team...Entered the season ranked as the Yankees' 10th-best prospect by Baseball America.