Aaron Judge, the New York Yankees star outfielder has not played a game since early June due to an injury earlier this season. On the team, the impact of Aaron’s dependant is undeniable and his presence on the field has been sorely missed as the Yankees stare down the second half of the season.
On Friday, in his recovery, Aaron finally shows some real progress, and it is increasingly likely that he will be able to return to the Yankees this season. This would be a huge boost for the Yankees, who are currently battling for a playoff spot.
According to the Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News Reports, Aaron took on-field batting practice at Coors Field on Friday and also did full running however not at full speed.
How Aaron Judge Gets Injured?
The New York Yankees fans saw their jaws drop collectively, on June 4, when Aaron Judge made an extraordinary catch in the right field. As he robbed Slugger, the Yankees captain smashed through an outfield gate. In LA, Judge robbed Los Angeles Dodgers slugger JD Martinez of extra bases.
Many fans showed their concern for Judge while the play instantly became a highlight-worthy sequence. In the category last season, Aaron Judge, the 6-foot-7 star hit 62 home runs to set the single-season record. It is very hard to imagine the Yankee’s batting lineup without him. The scans confirmed Yankees captain had suffered a broken toe.
Aaron Judge Stats And Career Highlights
Aaron Judge won the MVP last season and with 19 hoers and 40 RBIs, he is hitting .291 this season. With 239 home runs, he is a .284 in his career with added three stolen bases.
This offseason, Aaron made the highlights by signing a massive $360 million contract for nine years that will keep him in New York for the rest of his career. Aaron also won Rookie of the Year, three Silver Slugger awards, a home run derby title, and is also a five-time All-star selection apart from the MVP award.
Without Aaron Judge, the Yankees is a different team
Any Yankee fan can easily spot the differences between the teams with or without Aaron Judge. In the team lineup, Aaron has been noted extensively. When he does not play, the team continues to score nearly half. The signs of improvement in the injury of Judge are encouraging for the fans also. When granting updates, Cashman might want to practice more nuanced with the fans on this important issue for the benefit of the entire franchise.