Friday brings great news on many fronts to Yankees fans as Aaron Judge is back. The club announced its activation earlier this afternoon and he will join the club later this evening. Accordingly, the team chose the left-wing fighter Nestor Cortes Jr. for Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre.
The judge, aged 27, landed on the wounded list of tensions he suffered on April 20 against the Royal Kingdoms. He hit the sixth inn and immediately made a grimace of pain; soon after that he withdrew from the game. Yankees played a remarkable 54 games in his absence, climbing first in the division. It's been a long time without the right field player.
In a limited time, this season, a judge struck .288 / .404 / .521
About the composition, many have posted their own configurations and they all look dangerous. It's hard to go wrong when the Yankees affect bats from top to bottom. I am attached to the idea of assembling early judges, Gary Sanchez, Giancarlo Stanton, Edwin Encarnasion and Luc Voight. Make the opposite pitcher meet its nightmares.
Cortes put three inning last night, which means he will not be available for a few days. The team exercised their ability and wore favorite Cameron Maybin (owner of 137 wRC +, note) along with the judge and the other players. This arrangement may also develop for some time, especially when the London series is considered to have built-in weekends. Fans receive everything, both Judge and Maybine on the active list. The excitement is being built now and I can imagine how it will happen when the judge finally comes into the dough box.