’62 Home Run New Record’ 481.3 Billion Geopo, 149km fastball strikeout with a swing → replace hip pain… “It’s not a big injury”

Aaron Judge (31) of the New York Yankees was substituted during the game due to a hip injury.

Judge started in right field twice against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on the 28th (Korean time) and recorded no hits and two strikeouts in two at-bats. 

In the first at-bat in the first inning, Judge struck out on a swing by Texas starter Andrew Heaney’s five-pitch four-seam at 93.8 miles per hour (151.0 km/h). Feeling uncomfortable during the swing, Judge was eventually replaced by Oswald Cabrera during the defense in the 4th inning and finished the game. 

MLB.com, the official major league media outlet, said, “Jersey suffered a right wrist injury while avoiding a tag in the game against Minnesota, and was replaced during the game due to pain in his hip during the game against Texas. Judge is likely to miss all three games remaining at Globe Life Field or miss some games. Judge said the injury was the result of a slip that went wrong during the game against Minnesota. 

Manager Aaron Boone said, “Jersey just had a slight lift in his hip muscles after his head first slide. After that slide, the few swings today were really bad.” Judge suffered a minor injury while attempting to steal third base against Minnesota last week.

“I was pretty sure there was a problem,” Boone said after noticing something strange in Judge’s second at-bat. I didn’t want to leave the problem behind. I wanted to change my jersey. Even if he could play more, he wished he hadn’t played any more. I’m not going to make the problem bigger,” he explained the reason for replacing the jersey. He continued, “I’m not in favor of replacing players who want to play, but we’re looking to see what the jersey is like for the time being.”  메이저놀이터

Judge, who broke the American League record for most home runs in a single season last season (62), signed a 9-year, $360 million (approximately 481.3 billion won) contract with the Yankees in December of last year. In 26 games this season, he is batting 2.6 1 Lee (24-for-92) with 6 home runs and 14 RBIs for an OPS of .863.

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