The New York Yankees may be without outfielder Brett Gardner for the season after yet another setback from a wrist injury, according to Brendan Prunty of The Newark Star-Ledger.

Gardner, who injured the elbow while making a sliding catch in a game against the Twins back on April 17th, was attempting a second comeback from the injury before being shutdown due to soreness following a simulated game.

The Yankees have used seven left fielders this season that have combined to hit .234/.305/.435 with 15 home runs. Raul Ibanez and Andruw Jones, who will continue to see playing time in left,  have hit 13 of those.

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  1. “Who cares? He’s a career .265 batter. His highest RBI total was 47.”

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