All the talk surrounding the Yankees lately is about the team's new young guns but, it was a Bombers veteran who showed the young 'uns that some of the oldsters weren't ready to be set out to pasture just yet.
Brett Gardner made one of the the top catches of the season — maybe the best — after leaping over the wall to steal a home run from C.J. Cron in the Yankees' 5-1 victory against the Angels Saturday night at Angel Stadium.
Somehow, Gardner kept his balance and — with his stiff body straddling the fence — might have become the first Yankee to do some planking on the stadium's left field wall.
Cron — just like everyone else — couldn't believe Gardner's grab and put his hands on his head in disbelief.
Even pitcher Tyler Clippard, who threw the pitch, applauded Gardy's feat.