Brett Gardner scratched from Yankees lineup with sore knee

Brett Gardner was scratched from Sunday’s lineup with a sore left knee, according to Aaron Boone, adding to the injury issues the Yankees have faced throughout the season — especially with their outfielders. Boone expected Gardner to be available Sunday and that the soreness was the product of wear and tear. He was replaced in...
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