Latest injury news on Yankees' Brett Gardner: How he got hurt, when he'll be back in lineup

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Latest injury news on Yankees' Brett Gardner: How he got hurt, when he'll be back in lineup
Latest injury news on Yankees' Brett Gardner: How he got hurt, when he'll be back in lineup

NEW YORK — Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner got out of bed and felt pain in his left knee. Fortunately for him, it wasn't that bad. Doctors told Gardner that an MRI he had during the Yankees' 8-4 loss to the Colorado Rockies at Yankee Stadium on Sunday showed only inflammation and no other structural damage. Manager Aaron Boone called Gardner “day to day” and said he wasn't sure if he'd start Monday's game against the Twins in Minnesota. “Nothing too serious,” said Gardner, who dealt with a sore right knee last year. Gardner was initially in the Yankees' starting lineup but became a late scratch after talking it over with the Yankees staff. The plan for Gardner? Medicine and treatment, Gardner

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