The star of the New York Yankees Aaron Judge has not taken that momentum to the stick since the beginning of the month of march.
This is what the coach of the batting of the Bombers in the Bronx, Marcus Thames, has revealed to the YES on Thursday. The coach has also said that his player was waiting for the green light from team doctors to find her stick.
Last march, Judge suffered a stress fracture to the ribs, which prevents him from doing what he does best, which is to say, to hit baseballs. At the time, the manager of the Yankees, Aaron Boone, had said that his player would need two weeks of rest.
Last season, Judge has hit 103 balls in a safe place, out of which 27 circuits, in 102 matches. The athlete of 28 years has also produced 55 points and trampled the plate 75 times.