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The greatest show on dirt could enjoy its opening act Monday, when Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are expected to hit in the same batting practice group during the Yankees’ first full-squad workout of the spring.
The telephone conversation was short and sweet, taking place between Aaron Judge and Yankees general manager Brian Cashman on an early December afternoon. New York had a deal on the table to acquire Giancarlo Stanton from the Marlins, and the American League Rookie of the Year Award winner had been summoned to offer his opinion.
Aaron Judge, who is expected to meet the media on Wednesday, had a record-breaking rookie season as the Yankees prepare to face huge expectations.
This spring, the Yankees plan to test the comfort levels of both Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton in left field, a task that is set to fall under the responsibilities of new outfield coach Reggie Willits.
The Yankees’ first batting-practice swings of 2017 were accompanied by a cacophony of jackhammers, drills and saws, as workers rushed to complete a $40 million renovation of George M. Steinbrenner Field in time for the Grapefruit League opener.
Gates will now open three hours before first pitch rather than two
"MLB The Show 18" will feature Yankees slugger Aaron Judge … and Babe Ruth!
Aaron Judge may have finished second to Jose Altuve in the race for the American League Most Valuable Player Award, but as far as baseball card collectors are concerned, the Yankees phenom is No. 1.
The game of baseball is getting younger, and with team control extending through a player's first six years of service time, a club's reliance on developing talent through their own system has never been more important. Among the interesting storylines that have already emerged from this year's crop of top prospects is the fact that […]
The Yankees’ first visit to Fenway Park in 2018 is not scheduled to take place until April 10, and general manager Brian Cashman is already envisioning how the team might deploy their new-look outfield against Red Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale.
The Yankees had reached the midpoint of their Grapefruit League schedule and there were legitimate conversations taking place behind closed doors to identify the Opening Day right fielder. Having Aaron Judge begin 2017 in the Minors, with Aaron Hicks playing every day, was very much a possibility.