Brett Gardner

Brett Gardner Fantasy

Healthy
0.189 178th
2020
3.7 189th
2020
0.333 224th
2020
0.720 251st
2020
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Height / Weight
5' 11" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
8/24/1983 (37)
Experience
12
College
College of Charleston

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Brett Gardner News

Brett Gardner Hitless Again On Wednesday

New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner went 0-for-3 with a walk against the Blue Jays on Wednesday. Wednesdays performance extended Gardners hitless streak to four games, and hes now gone without a hit in 23 of his 36 games this season. Gardner hasnt looked right this season, as his 9% swinging-strike rate is four points above his career average and two points above his previous career-high. The contact Garnder has been making hasnt been great, either, as hes posted an uninspiring .333 xwOBAcon. Fantasy players can leave Gardner on waivers as a result, and hes droppable in most leagues.

8 days ago
Brett Gardner Homers Again

New York Yankees outfielder Brett Garnder hit his third home run of the season in the first game of a double-header on Wednesday, and all three of his hits have now been homers. Not much of a power hitter historically, Gardners 5.1% home run rate from last season shattered his previous career-high of 3.1%. Although probably unsustainable, that home run increase came with a career-high 46.4% pull-rate, a trend that has continued into this season so far and should allow Gardner to maintain an elevated home run rate, especially with the lefty-friendly short-porch in right field at Yankee Stadium. Fantasy players shouldnt expect Gardner to rank among the leagues best power hitters, but hes becoming a potentially cheap DFS option for fantasy players looking for a little pop and solid contact skills.

over 1 month ago
Brett Gardner Re-Signs With the Yankees

The New York Yankees and outfielder Brett Gardner have agreed to terms on a one-year, $12.5 million contract on Thursday. The deal includes an option for 2021 which would bring the total to $20 million. Gardner was solid in 2019, putting up 28 home runs, 74 RBI, 86 runs and adding 10 steals while posting an .829 OPS. There's no reason to believe he won't have a similar season as the regular left fielder in lefty-friendly Yankee Stadium. Gardner won't be a league-winner in fantasy, but he's a consistent bat that can be had in the later rounds.

over 9 months ago