Yankees avoided arbitration with OF Brett Gardner by agreeing to a one-year, $5.6 million contract.
Peter Gammons of GammonsDaily.com reports that "at least a half-dozen teams" -- including the Tigers and Phillies -- have "taken a run" at Brett Gardner.
Yankees team president Randy Levine clarified Sunday that the team has "absolutely no intention' of trading Brett Gardner.
The New York Post's Joel Sherman is hearing the Reds have interest in Brett Gardner but that trade talks currently have "no traction."
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that the club is not shopping Brett Gardner.
The Giants are "intrigued" by Yankees' outfielder Brett Gardner, according to the New York Post's Joel Sherman.
Andy McCullough of the Newark Star-Ledger reports that the Yankees are willing to listen to trade offers on Brett Gardner.
Andrew Marchand of ESPN New York was told by a source that the Yankees will not trade Brett Gardner.
Brett Gardner is not optimistic about his chances to return to the Yankees lineup this season.
Brett Gardner was diagnosed with a Grade 1 strain of his left oblique.
Brett Gardner will travel to New York to undergo an MRI on his left oblique.
Brett Gardner has been diagnosed with a strained left oblique.
Brett Gardner left Thursday's game against the Orioles with a possible left oblique injury.
The results of Brett Gardner's X-rays showed no broken bones, and Gardner indicated that his hand feels fine.