Today I'll touch on a potential return to action of an injured outfielder. I'll also break down two other outfielders – one who is thought of as a success, the other a failure. Then I'll turn to a shortstop who has finally picked up his game in the second half of the season.
Brett Gardner could be activated from the DL, potentially today, for the Yankees. Of course, we've heard that Gardner was good to go to return from that elbow injury of his like six times this year, so I'll believe it when I see it. Don't get too excited even if he is activated though (the only people that should really care are those of you that have been holding on to him in AL-only leagues that start five outfielders). Why would I say that? It seems likely that he will not be able to swing a bat the rest of this season so he will be limited to playing in the field late in games and as a pinch runner. It may be hard to recall given all the stress he's caused this year but Gardner did swipe 47 and 4
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