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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    98%
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    42%
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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Day off Saturday

      Aaron Judge is not in the lineup against Boston on Saturday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.Judge will receive a breather following Friday's victory that clinched home-field advantage for Wednesday's AL Wild Card game. In his place, Brett Gardner will start in the outfield and bat atop the order.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Goes yard in win over BoSox

      Aaron Judge went 2-for-4 with a walk, a solo home run and a second run scored in Friday's 11-6 win over the Red Sox.It was his 27th homer of the season, but his first in 11 games since returning to the lineup following a six-week absence due to a wrist injury. The New York Yankees will need Judge's power if they hope to make any kind of deep postseason run, so Friday's blast was reassuring to say the least. He'll get a couple more games to prove he's 100 percent before the team hosts the A's in the AL Wild Card game Wednesday.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Not in lineup Sunday

      Aaron Judge is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Orioles, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.Judge started in right field the last three games and went 2-for-11 with four walks and five strikeouts in 15 plate appearances. The New York Yankees likely just want to get him a day off with his return to the lineup last week after spending more than six weeks on the disabled list. Giancarlo Stanton starts in right field, and Luke Voit will serve as designated hitter for the series finale.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Returns to lineup

      Aaron Judge (wrist) is back in the New York Yankees' lineup for the first time since late July, batting second and playing right field Tuesday against the Red Sox.Judge will wind up missing just shy of eight weeks with a fractured right wrist. He had been activated off the disabled list for a few days but wasn't yet cleared to hit. After a successful simulated game Monday, he'll be a full participant in Tuesday's contest. His return bumps Andrew McCutchen to left field and Brett Gardner to the bench.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Gets through sim game without issues

      Aaron Judge (wrist) took 11 live at-bats in a simulated game Monday.Judge was activated off the disabled list Friday but so far has not been allowed to hit in games. A full return now seems imminent though an exact return date has not yet been given.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Activated but not available to hit

      Aaron Judge (wrist) will be activated from the 10-day disabled list prior to Friday's game against the Blue Jays but remains several days away from being able to hit, Jack Curry of YES Network reports.Judge has been out since late July after fracturing his wrist. He's been able to take on-field batting practice, but the team wants him to hit in some simulated games before they deem him ready to get an in-game at-bat. He'll be able to field and run the bases, but his fantasy value will be minimal until he's back as a full participant.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Won't require rehab assignment

      Manager Aaron Boone said Aaron Judge (wrist) will not report to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre for a rehab assignment, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.Boone didn't rule out Judge potentially getting at-bats at the team's minor-league complex, though it's unclear when that would happen. The outfielder is trending in the right direction, as he took batting practice on the field for a third straight day Wednesday, while he resumed throwing Tuesday.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Throws on field

      Aaron Judge (wrist) threw on the field Tuesday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.He hit on the field Monday and Tuesday and is now throwing as well, with another BP session slated for Wednesday. His timeline remains murky, as he's still reportedly feeling pain in the wrist, but he appears to be moving forward in his rehab plan regardless.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Takes on-field batting practice

      Aaron Judge (wrist) took batting practice on the field prior to Monday's series opener against the Twins, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.This is an encouraging sign for the slugger, who was able to take outdoor batting practice for the first time since injuring his wrist near the end of July. Judge was able to take five rounds of BP, and he didn't appear to show any signs of discomfort during or after, according to Boland. The New York Yankees will obviously wait and see how he feels in the coming days before determining his next step, but he could be cleared to begin a rehab assignment within the week if everything checks out OK.

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      Yankees' Aaron Judge: Still experiencing pain

      Aaron Judge continues to feel pain in his right wrist, though he's scheduled to take outdoor batting practice in Minnesota later in the week, Brendan Kuty of NJ.com reports.Judge took some swings off a tee outside Saturday without issue, and although he's still feeling pain in his wrist, he'll move forward in his rehab. If batting practice goes well, he's expected to embark on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. More news on his status should be revealed following his next hitting session.

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