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Braves have reportedly shown interest in Brett Gardner

If the Braves are going to add anything this early in the season, it will be an outfielder. Ronald Acuña has been in and out of the lineup, and Eddie Rosario is at least a month or two away from returning. Thankfully, Travis Demeritte has stepped up in a big way, but the Braves could still use some outfield help until Rosario and Acuña are back to 100%, which is why they were reportedly pursuing Brett Gardner.
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Brett Gardner rejecting 2 offseason deals shows he’s holding out Yankees hope

This past offseason, Brett Gardner revealed that he wanted to continue his MLB playing career and that he preferred it be with the New York Yankees. Unfortunately, the Yankees’ outfield situation didn’t exactly call for a reunion with the 14-year veteran. Aaron Judge, Aaron Hicks, Joey Gallo and Giancarlo Stanton were set to make up the main four-man rotation for the outfield, with Tim Locastro serving as an option off the bench and Ender Inciarte providing depth at Triple-A.
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New York Yankees or Bust for Brett Gardner

It seemed to be a matter of time before Brett Gardner ended up returning to the New York Yankees. His locker was still there in spring training. The Yankees’ outfield depth was questionable, and considering the tenuous health of all parties involved, Gardner was expected back in short order.
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Brett Gardner turned down chance to play with Yankees rival

No Yankees fan can ever question Brett Gardner’s loyalty. The longtime outfielder made one thing clear this offseason — he bleeds pinstripes. At 38 years old, Gardner doesn’t have many years left in MLB, if any. While he’s hoping to be a midseason addition for his beloved Yankees at some point soon, it’s unclear if New York really wants to the extra help.
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Report: Toronto Blue Jays offered Brett Gardner a one-year, $6-million contract

In an effort to try and round out their batting order, the Toronto Blue Jays reportedly offered lefty Brett Gardner a one-year, $6-million deal, The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal reports. Gardner, 38, has spent his entire 14-year career with the New York Yankees and the offer from the Jays came...
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