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Yankees Designate Steve Pearce For Assignment

The Yankees designated Steve Pearce for assignment, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports (on Twitter). The move creates roster space for Brett Gardner, who will be active for tonight's game against the Twins.

The Yankees acquired Pearce from the Astros for cash considerations on August 27th with the idea that the 29-year-old could become a weapon against left-handed pitching. At that time Pearce had a career batting line of .277/.347/.484 against southpaws. He appeared in 12 games for the Yankees, only starting against left-handers, but he collected just three singles, one home run and five walks in 30 plate appearances.

It's been a busy year for Pearce, who signed with the Yankees in Spring Training after being released by the Twins. The Orioles purchased Pearce from New York in June, and the Astros claimed him off of waivers the following month. 

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