Looks like New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge may be healthy enough just in time to leave the country.
That’s because manager Aaron Boone said yesteryear that the slugging outfielder could be back in the lineup by the time the Yankees travel to London at the end of the month to face the Boston Red Sox.
That series is scheduled for June 29 and 30, so Judge may still be roughly three weeks away from a return to action. Judge hasn’t played since April 20, thanks to an oblique strain.
The Yankees are also starting to move toward a return for another one of their sluggers, Giancarlo Stanton, who has been out for the bulk of the season. They’re 38-21 without much contribution from these two, which should be very unsettling to their AL East rivals.
Seems like when they both get back AL East pitches and opponents are going to be really getting pounded.
Source: Larry Brown Sports
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