Aaron Judge did not need long to give the New York Yankees a lead in Game 2 of the ALDS on Saturday in Boston.
Aaron Judge’s first home run since returning from the disabled list was a significant one.
The MLB playoffs are approaching, with teams clinching their spots on nearly a daily basis. The storylines are numerous, and there are several players worth focusing on.
The New York Yankees are beginning an important three-game series against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night, and they will finally have their best power hitter back in the lineup.
Aaron Judge is getting closer to being able to hit for the New York Yankees.
Judge was activated from the DL on Friday despite not being able to hit for the team yet.
The New York Yankees on Friday activated Aaron Judge from the 10-day disabled list even though the slugger will not be able to hit for the team yet.
The New York Yankees are finally getting some good news on Aaron Judge and his ailing wrist.
According to Bryan Hoch of MLB.
Aaron Judge is expected to be at full strength and return to the New York Yankees’ lineup before the conclusion of the regular season.