New York Yankees star outfielder Aaron Judge believes he may be ready to be part of the team’s lineup at Opening Day despite his injury.
Just a couple of days ago, Brian Cashman discarded Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge from the lineup of the first game of the 2020 MLB Season on March 26. However, Yankees outfielder thinks he might be ready to play that day.
Aaron Judge just said he thinks he can still be ready for Opening Day. The big issue now: they are still trying to pinpoint what’s causing chest / shoulder pain #yankeesRELATED
– Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) March 5, 2020
Although it seems good news that Aaron Judge feels that in less than three weeks that his rehabilitation would last, he may be ready to play, there is still a problem to solve: the organization is still trying to determine what is causing his chest and shoulder pain .
So far, the gardener has not participated in any Spring Training game, nor has he had batting practices.
Although Judge is undoubtedly one of the key players of the Yankees, it is not the only concern of the team. Other infallible players for the roster will also start the 2020 season on the disabled list: James Paxton, Aaron Hicks, Giancarlo Stanton and Luis Severino.
After another injury, will there be an extension of Judge’s contract with Los Mulos?