“I hope it’s not a long-term injury…”
Aaron Judge (New York Yankees) suffered a hip injury in a match against the Minnesota Twins on the 27th. Judge, who stepped on second base in the top of the second inning, attempted to steal third base. He did a head first slide, but his form was uneasy. At the time he felt pain in his hip, but it appeared to be a minor injury.
Judge started as a starter in an away game against the Texas Rangers on the 28th, but was replaced after only two at-bats. In the end, he underwent an MRI scan, and he should hope it’s not a major injury.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said, “Judge is arguably the best player. Everyone knows what he means to our team. We don’t want him to leave for a long time.”토토사이트
Judge is one of the major league hitters. He won the American League MVP last season with 177 hits, 62 home runs, 131 RBI, and a batting average of 0.311 and 1.111 on 177 hits. In particular, he broke the American League record for most home runs in a single season with 61 set by Roger Maris in 1961, setting a new record. It is a record broken after 61 years without taking drugs.
After the season, Judge, who came out of the free agent market (FA), signed a 9-year, 360 million dollar (approximately 482.7 billion won) contract with the Yankees and remained with the team. He subsequently took over the captaincy, which had been vacant since Derek Jeter in 2014.
Judge has 24 hits, 6 homers, 14 RBIs, 18 runs scored, and a batting average of 0.261 and 0.863 OPS this season. If the judge is out of power for an extended period of time,
The US’MLB.com’ said, “The Yankees plan to call up Jake Bowers if Judge’s injury is serious. Bowers came out in 87 at-bats in Triple-A, hitting 9 home runs with a batting average of 0.319 and a slugging percentage of 0.812.”