Aaron Judge (31, New York Yankees), who was injured following unsatisfactory performance after signing a super-large contract, returns from the injured list.
US Sportsnet New York reported on the 9th that Judge, who left due to a hip injury, would return from the injured list on the 10th (Korean time) on the 10th.
The New York Yankees will have a three-game home game against the Oakland Athletics at their home stadium, New Yankee Stadium, from the 9th to the 11th. Judge returns through the second game.
Previously,메이저사이트 Judge was placed on the 10-day injured list on the 2nd. However, Judge’s entry on the injured list was applied retroactively to the 29th of last month. Therefore, it is possible to return in 10 days.
Judge suffered a hip injury while stealing third base during a game against the Minnesota Twins on the 27th of last month. At the time, the head first sliding process was not smooth.
The New York Yankees didn’t have a major injury to Judge, but they decided he needed rest and sent him to the disabled list. As a result, Judge took enough rest.
Judge had a batting average of 0.261, 6 homers, 14 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.352 and an OPS of 0.863 in 26 games of the season before the injury. Clearly unsatisfactory grades.
In addition, the New York Yankees have been at the bottom of the Eastern Division of the American League until the 8th, with injuries continuing to rise, including Judge.
Of course, with an 18-17 win rate of 0.517, it is exceeding the 50% win rate, but it is far behind in the district ranking competition. Judge is expected to perform the same as last year.