Outfielder led the American League in hits (13), runs scored (9), on-base percentage (.581), slugging percentage (.885) and total bases (23).
Yankees: OF Brett Gardner AL Player of the Week, led league with 13 hits, 9 runs, a .581 OBP and 23 total bases
Power Rankings: Yankees at no. 9
Over his past eight games, Yankees spark plug Brett Gardner is batting a nifty .457 with two home runs and a .525 OBP, which earned him AL Player of the Week honors. The Yankees are half a game behind tied AL East leaders Baltimore and Tampa Bay. Power Rankings
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Astros manager apologizes to Yankees
A.J. Hinch said he talked to fellow manager Joe Girardi prior to Sunday's Astros-Yankees game. He apologized for pitcher Brett Oberholtzer throwing inside at A-Rod, a pitch that got him ejected in the 2nd inning of Saturday's game.
The New York Yankees will need to take every winnable game if they hope to win the AL East. They let one drop on Sunday.
The New York Yankees and Houston Astros split their four-game season as Collin McHugh outdueled Michael Pineda.
Rookie Carlos Correa doubled twice and scored the tiebreaking run on a triple by Evan Gattis in the seventh inning to help the Houston Astros to a 3-1 win over the New York Yankees on Sunday.
Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury will begin a minor league rehab assignment Monday with the anticipation he could return to the major league lineup by the end of the week.
Correa adds another notch to belt
The Astros' Carlos Correa has already accomplished plenty in his short rookie season. After today, Little League home run can be added to the list. He scored on his 4th-inning double to center thanks to some poor Yankees defense. Follow live
Perhaps Masahiro Tanaka is just a very good pitcher, who is going to have starts like we have seen the past two times out.
The Yankees and Astros are closing out this four-game series with Michael Pineda facing Collin McHugh.
Rapid Reaction from the New York Yankees' 9-6 victory over the Houston Astros, as the Yanks used home runs to overcome a blown six-run lead.
Brian McCann hit a grand slam and Chris Young homered to give New York an early lead, and Mark Teixeira had a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth after the Yankees squandered that cushion in
Final: Yankees 9, Astros 6
The Yankees blew an early 6-0 lead as the Astros hit 3 HRs off Masahiro Tanaka, but Mark Teixeira broke a 6-6 tie with a 2-run double in the 8th, and New York held on for the victory. Box score
Astros draw even with Yankees
Houston has clawed back from an early 6-0 deficit, as Carlos Correa and Jose Altuve homered in 3-run 5th off Masahiro Tanaka to tie the score at 6. Follow live
Astros starter Brett Oberholtzer was ejected in the second inning Saturday for throwing at Alex Rodriguez in apparent retaliation for the Yankees scoring six runs, including two long home runs.
Oberholtzer tossed after buzzing A-Rod
Astros SP Brett Oberholtzer was ejected in the second inning after throwing inside on Alex Rodriguez, one batter after he gave up a 2-run HR to Chris Young. Oberholtzer leaves with a 6-0 deficit. Follow live
McCann's slam puts Yankees up early
Brian McCann gave Masahiro Tanaka an early 4-0 cushion with a first-inning grand slam off the Astros' Brett Oberholtzer. Follow live
With Chris Young hitting as hot as the humid air of Southeast Texas, manager Joe Girardi put him in the No. 2 slot.
Yankees @ Angels
Angel Stadium of Anaheim - Mon 6/29