Aaron Judge

#99 RF / N.Y. Yankees / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 282 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Still not swinging

      Aaron Judge (wrist) still has not resumed swinging, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic New York reports.Judge has been doing work in the pool and is expected to get some tests done in the coming days to determine how his fractured wrist is healing. An updated timetable for his recovery will hopefully come forth after he's reevaluated.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Yet to resume swinging bat

      Aaron Judge has yet to pick up a bat, but he ran the bases Thursday as he works to regain full range of motion in his right wrist, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.Judge was expected to begin taking dry swings during the club's series in Chicago earlier this week but remains well behind the initial timetable of three weeks, even though that was fairly optimistic. It has now been two weeks since Judge landed on the disabled list, and at this rate, it looks increasingly likely that the outfielder may not return until September.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Should resume swinging soon

      Aaron Judge (wrist) is expected to take dry swings at some point during the New York Yankees' three-game series in Chicago that begins Monday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic New York reports.Though Judge is set to take an incremental step forward in his recovery from a chip fracture in his right wrist, the slugger admitted Sunday that he continues to experience lingering pain and soreness. When Judge was first sidelined after being struck in the wrist by a pitch July 26, the Yankees outlined a three-week timetable for the outfielder's return to game action, but that estimate no longer appears realistic. With Judge's swinging now scheduled to take place a week later than initially planned, it's looking increasingly likely that his absence will extend to at least the last few days of August, if not early September.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Participates in workout

      Aaron Judge took part in some agility drills at Fenway Park on Thursday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.Judge was placed on the disabled list Friday after suffering a chip fracture in his right wrist. It's good news that he's working to stay in shape, and his next test will be to take dry swings and hit off a tee, which should take place within the next week if all goes well.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Could resume swinging bat next weekend

      Manager Aaron Boone said that Aaron Judge's three-week timetable to return from his wrist injury is "pretty realistic," and added that Judge could begin taking dry swings and hitting off a tee in a week, Marc Carig of The Athletic reports.Boone's comments regarding Judge's timetable were slightly ambiguous because he failed to specify whether the three-week timetable is for the outfielder to return to major-league games or head on a rehab assignment, though his positivity was a good sign. If Judge is indeed able to start tee work and dry swings in a week, he will have a chance to return around the middle of August if all goes according to plan.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Placed on DL

      Aaron Judge (wrist) was put on the 10-day disabled list prior to Friday's game.As expected, Judge was shifted to the DL after suffering a chip fracture in his right wrist during Thursday's game. The New York Yankees announced that he will be shut down from swinging a bat in a game situation for about three weeks, so don't expect to see him back in action at the big-league level until the end of August. In a corresponding move, the club recalled Tyler Wade from the minors. Look for Brett Gardner, Aaron Hicks and Giancarlo Stanton to regularly make up the three-man outfield while Neil Walker is in line for an increase in playing time at the DH spot.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Suffers chip fracture in wrist, out at least three weeks

      Aaron Judge suffered a chip fracture in his right wrist and will be shut down from swinging a bat for roughly three weeks. He is not expected to require surgery.This is a crushing blow for the Yankee slugger, who suffered the injury when he was hit by a pitch in his first at-bat Thursday. He was sent for an MRI at a nearby hospital after X-rays at Yankee Stadium were inconclusive. With the three-week timeline to start swinging a bat again, Judge will likely be out until mid-to-late August. With Judge sidelined, Giancarlo Stanton figures to handle regular right field duties. The club's overall outfield depth is being tested with not only Judge sidelined, but also Clint Frazier (concussion) and Jacoby Ellsbury (hip). Fortunately, Frazier is close to a return, although there isn't a firm target date. Toss in Gary Sanchez's absence due to a groin injury and the New York Yankees' offensive depth is suddenly thinned out.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Awaiting MRI results

      Aaron Judge (wrist) is awaiting the results of Thursday's MRI, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.The New York Yankees administered an X-ray at the stadium, but manager Aaron Boone told reporters that the results were unclear, which is why he was sent to a nearby hospital for further testing. With that, Judge and the Yankees are in a holding pattern until the results of the MRI and CT scan are made available.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Hospital bound for MRI

      Aaron Judge (wrist) is en route to a local hospital to get an MRI, Marc Carig of The Athletic New York reports.Judge's departure from Thursday's game has taken a more serious turn with this development. He was hit on the hand/wrist area in his first at-bat and though he was initially able to stay in the game, he was removed when he was due up in the fourth. More details will follow after the results of the MRI are made available.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Leaves after being hit by pitch

      Aaron Judge (undisclosed) was removed from Thursday's game against the Royals after being hit by a pitch in his first at-bat, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.Miguel Andujar has come on in place of Judge, who took a pitch off his wrist area early in Thursday's tilt. Judge initially stayed in the game, but when his turn in the lineup came up again, manager Aaron Boone opted to go with Andujar. More specifics on Judge's status should be made available prior to Friday's game.

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