Mired in a post-All-Star Game slump many were quick to blame on his victorious appearance in the Home Run Derby, Aaron Judge searched for answers.Was it his swing? Did his desire to showcase his power in the derby dramatically affect his launch angle in the games that followed?
One year after attempting to woo Giancarlo Stanton to his New York Yankees, Aaron Judge is trying to recruit another one of baseball's most feared hitters to add to his team's already dangerous lineup.Judge told reporters in Sarasota, Florida, that before Wednesday's spring training game between the Yankees and Baltimore Orioles, he pitched O's shortstop Manny Machado on coming to the Bronx. The All-Star infielder will be a free agent next offseason.
TAMPA, Fla. -- By now, this was supposed to be Gary Sanchez’s team.You remember Gary, right?Of course you do. You have to. How could you forget the New York Yankees' 25-year-old, up-and-coming slugger with the dazzling right arm?But in case you need a refresher, maybe the current face of the team, the feared yet perpetually smiling Aaron Judge, can help: “He’s an All-Star catcher for our team. You can’t overlook that at all.”Need more? How about it, CC Sabathia?
@pj1212 He hasn’t looked too sharp this spring, that’s for sure. But still early to push the panic button. Actually did make a few good pitches today, but yes, also got tagged. Will be better to judge after season starts.
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Selecting a term
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