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Brett Gardner Is the Yankees Starting Left Fielder, But for how Long?

Thursday, Yankees manager Joe Girardi finally announced his starting outfield for the 2010 campaign.

We already know Nick Swisher is the right fielder. But with Johnny Damon and Melky Cabrera both moving on, the Yankees outfield was guaranteed to have a new look. A younger and more athletic look.

The Yankees traded for All Star Curtis Granderson back in November, and he officially will be the new Yankees' centerfielder for the next couple of seasons.

With Granderson in center, Girardi also announced that Brett Gardner will be the starting left fielder, a move a lot of you on Bleacher Report predicted and wanted to happen.

Gardner was the starting centerfielder in 2009, but lost his job to Melky Cabrera. It didn't stop Gardner ...

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