A bottle of champagne on ice waited in front of Curtis Granderson's locker, where the name plate had been changed to one that read "200." The center fielder hit his 33rd homer of the season yesterday — and the 200th of his major-league career — to help the Yankees to a 4-2 victory over the Indians. "It's cool to have accomplished it," said Granderson. After starting a six-game road trip by getting swept in three games against the White Sox, the Yankees closed out the trip at 2-4 after taking two of three against the Indians.
Curtis Granderson's 33rd homer and career No. 200 lifts Yankees over Indians, 4-2
Newark Star-Ledger | Aug 27