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Mon Dec 11 201719:19It's official: Stanton joins Judge in pinstripes
The New York Yankees officially announced Monday the blockbuster trade acquiring reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton from the Miami Marlins.The Yankees also received cash considerations from the Marlins in exchange for second baseman Starlin Castro, minor league right-hander Jorge Guzman and minor league infielder Jose Devers."I'm very excited to be here and be a part of the Yankees," Stanton said at a news conference Monday during the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. "I'm just looking forward to stepping up and being with this winning environment and winning culture so I'm happy to be here."The two teams reached terms of the deal on Saturday pending final approval from the 28-year-old Stanton under the terms of his no-trade clause and passing a physical.Stanton, who hit 59 home runs for the Marlins this past season, is now in pinstripes and will be joining another slugger in the Yankees outfield -- American League Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge, who hit 52 homers i... [More]
Wed Nov 22 201705:09RF Aaron Judge underwent arthroscopic surgery on left shoulder M...
RF Aaron Judge underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder Monday, but is expected to complete his recovery before the start of spring training. The Yankees announced on Tuesday that Judge's procedure "involved a loose-body removal and cartilage clean-up, and was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic." Judge, 25, hit an AL-leading and a Yankees-rookie-record 52 home runs while driving in 114 runs and batting .284 over 155 games during his rookie campaign in 2017.
Tue Nov 7 201704:40RF Aaron Judge finalist for both AL Most Valuable Player award a...
RF Aaron Judge, who led the majors with 52 homers, is a finalist for both the AL Most Valuable Player award and AL Rookie of the Year.Judge is expected to become the Yankees' first Rookie of the Year winner since Derek Jeter in 1996 after hitting .284 with 52 homers, 114 RBIs, 128 runs and 127 walks. While he led the league with 208 strikeouts, Judge also led the league in runs, walks and home runs.
Sun Oct 22 201705:06RF Aaron Judge finished 0-4 and struck out in final plate appear...
RF Aaron Judge finished 0-for-4 and struck out in his final plate appearance of the postseason, running his total to 27 to set a franchise record. Judge surpassed the mark previously held by Yankees 2B Alfonso Soriano, who recorded 26 strikeouts over 75 plate appearances in 2003. Judge finished his first postseason with 57 plate appearances.
Sat Oct 21 201704:25RF Aaron Judge ran postseason total to 26 strikeouts with two ag...
RF Aaron Judge ran his postseason total to 26 strikeouts with two against Astros RHP Justin Verlander on Friday night in Game 6 of the American Leaghe Championship Series. That moved Judge into a tie with Yankees 2B Alfonso Soriano for the most strikeouts in one postseason in franchise history. Soriano had his 26 strikeouts in 75 plate appearances; Judge reached that total in his 52nd. Judge later clubbed his third homer of the ALCS, tied with four others for the second most in an ALCS in franchise history.
Thu Oct 19 201705:37RF Aaron Judge began Game 5 with .189 average in postseason but ...
RF Aaron Judge began Game 5 with a .189 average in the postseason but raised it to .200 by going 1-for-3 with an RBI double in Game 5 of the AL Championship Series. Judge, C Gary Sanchez and 1B Greg Bird, who are 25 or younger, have hit three homers apiece in the postseason. Before this season, only three New York players 25 or younger hit three homers in a postseason: Lou Gehrig, who hit four homers in 1928; Charlie Keller, who hit three in 1939; and Mickey Mantle, who hit three in 1956. Of course, the difference is those players only had one playoff round as opposed to the current four-round format.
Wed Oct 18 201704:52RF Aaron Judge started New York's comeback in Game 4 of ALCS wit...
RF Aaron Judge started New York's comeback in Game 4 of the ALCS with a homer off RHP Lance McCullers in the seventh inning Tuesday. The home run was measured at 427 and 111.6 mph off the bat. Judge then hit the game-tying double in the eighth off RHP Ken Giles. When he doubled off Giles, it marked the fourth time he drove in more than one run in a playoff game. He joined Bernie Williams as the second Yankee to get a multi-RBI game in at least four of his first 10 playoff games. Judge also homered for the second straight game, making him the seventh Yankee age 25 or younger to do so. The others are Lou Gehrig (three straight games), Greg Bird, Derek Jeter, Gil McDougald and Charlie Keller.
Tue Oct 17 201702:37RF Aaron Judge hit second homer of postseason and made highlight...
RF Aaron Judge hit his second homer of the postseason and made a highlight-reel catch on Houston DH Yuli Gurriel in the fourth inning when he crashed into the right field fence. Judge also raised his strikeout total to 21, moving him into a third-place tie on the all-time list for a single postseason. The record is held by Alfonso Soriano, who struck out 26 times in 17 games during the 2003 postseason. Judge has appeared in just nine games in this year's playoffs.
Thu Oct 12 201703:45RF Aaron Judge 0-5 with four strikeouts in Game 5 against Indian...
RF Aaron Judge went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts in Game 5 against the Indians. He finished 1-for-20 with 16 strikeouts in the AL Division Series.
Tue Oct 10 201716:17MLB roundup: Dodgers, Astros advance
PHOENIX -- Rookie Cody Bellinger homered and drove in two runs, Yu Darvish pitched five strong innings, and the Los Angeles Dodgers swept their way into the National League Championship Series with a 3-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 3 of the NL Division Series on Monday.Bellinger and Austin Barnes homered off Zack Greinke (0-1). Darvish (1-0) gave up one run and struck out seven in five-plus innings to send the Dodgers to the NLCS against the winner of the Chicago Cubs-Washington Nationals series. The Cubs beat the Dodgers in six games in the NLCS last year.Bellinger, the likely NL Rookie of the Year, had 39 regular-season homers but was 1-for-12 in the NLDS before his opposite-field homer made it 2-0 in the fifth inning.Barnes' homer gave Darvish a 3-1 lead in the sixth inning, and the Dodgers used four relievers to hold on. Kenley Jansen recorded his second save of the series.Astros 5, Red Sox 4BOSTON -- Houston clinched its first trip to the American League Champion... [More]
Tue Oct 10 201704:24RF Aaron Judge collected first hit of AL Division Series with tw...
RF Aaron Judge collected his first hit of the AL Division Series with a two-run double to cap a four-run second inning in Game 4. He recorded the hit on a night when he struck out four times. Judge was 0-for-11 in the series before the double.
Mon Oct 9 201702:13RF Aaron Judge remained hitless in series by going 0-3 with thre...
RF Aaron Judge remained hitless in the series by going 0-for-3 with three strikeouts and is 0-for-10 with eight strikeouts. Judge made the defensive play of the game Sunday by going over the fence to rob SS Francisco Lindor of a two-run homer in the sixth inning. Said Judge: "I had to do something, I wasn't obviously making any contact at the plate so you got to make an impact on the game somehow and luckily I was able to do it on defense."
Sat Oct 7 201704:07OF Aaron Judge did not play in either regular-season game RHP Co...
OF Aaron Judge did not play in either regular-season game RHP Corey Kluber pitched against the Yankees. Does that give Judge or Kluber any kind of an advantage? "Sometimes it can work to the hitter's advantage," manager Joe Girardi said before the game. "But I don't know if Aaron has an advantage or disadvantage that he hasn't seen him." Judge walked and struck out in his two plate appearances vs. Kluber.
Fri Oct 6 201700:50OF Aaron Judge major league record for rookie, 0-4 with four str...
OF Aaron Judge, who led the American League with 52 home runs, a major league record for a rookie, was 0-for-4 with four strikeouts in the Yankees' 4-0 loss in Game 1. Manager Joe Girardi said he isn't concerned. "He had some good swings. He'll be back tomorrow," said Girardi.
Wed Oct 4 201702:30RF Aaron Judge hit two-run homer in fourth inning off RHP Jose B...
RF Aaron Judge hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning off RHP Jose Berrios. He became the first Yankee rookie to homer in a postseason game since Hideki Matsui hit a three-run shot in the first inning off RHP Mark Redman in Game 2 of the 2003 World Series against the Miami Marlins. Judge also joined Shane Spencer (Game 2 1998 ALDS vs. Texas) and Elston Howard (Game 1, 1955 World Series vs. Brooklyn) as the third rookie to homer in his first postseason game.
Sun Oct 1 201722:50Baseball awards: AL MVP race too close to call between Altuve, Judge
There may not be two American League players who differ more standing side-by-side than the Houston Astros' Jose Altuve and the New York Yankees' Aaron Judge.Altuve is a diminutive 5-foot-6. Judge is a giant at 6-7. But when it comes to the AL Most Valuable Player Award, the difference could be measured in angstroms.The members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America are sending in their votes right now for all of the major 2017 awards. There are some that will be, or should be, unanimous picks.How do you not give Judge the AL Rookie of the Year? Same goes in the National League for Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Both were by far at the top of their classes when all was said and done.Below is our take on the deserving winners in each race. AL MVP isn't the only white-knuckler. In the AL, the Cy Young Award race between Boston's Chris Sale and Cleveland's Corey Kluber is tight, too. In the National League, the MVP, Cy Young and Manager of the Year are all worthy of g... [More]
Sun Oct 1 201716:56MLB roundup: Red Sox wrap up AL East title
BOSTON -- The Boston Red Sox clinched their second consecutive American League East title with a 6-3 win over the Houston Astros on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.Mitch Moreland had a pair of RBIs, Mookie Betts hit a solo home run, and Hanley Ramirez, Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi each drove in one run for the Red Sox, who needed a win or a New York Yankees loss to clinch. It marked the first time since division play began in 1969 that the Red Sox have won back-to-back AL East crowns.Boston's Drew Pomeranz (17-6) bounced back from a short start last Monday to toss six-plus innings, allowing one run, striking out three and giving up two hits and two walks.Brian McCann launched a solo home run, his 18th, and Evan Gattis and Yuli Gurriel each had RBI singles for AL West champion Houston (100-61), which will finish with the second-best record in the league behind the Cleveland Indians and is set to face the Red Sox in the AL Division Series. Game 1 of the series is Thursday in Hou... [More]
Sun Oct 1 201703:38RF Aaron Judge made 10th start of season as designated hitter Sa...
RF Aaron Judge made his 10th start of the season as designated hitter Saturday and slugged his 52nd home run in the fourth inning when he hit a 484-foot homer over the left field bleachers. He set a when the Yankees played at Manhattan's Polo Grounds. It is the most by any player in their home ballpark since Toronto's Jose Bautista hit 36 of his 54 in 2010. He also hit 15 homers in September, the most by any Yankee in a month since Roger Maris hit 15 of his 61 homers in June 1961.
Sat Sep 30 201703:08RF Aaron Judge extended career-high hitting streak to 12 games w...
RF Aaron Judge extended his career-high hitting streak to 12 games with an RBI single and reached safely in his 24th straight game when he also drew a walk. His 113 RBIs are the most by a rookie since Albert Pujols had 130 in 2001 with the St. Louis Cardinals and the most in the American League since 1B Mark McGwire drove in 118 in 1987 for the Oakland Athletics. Judge also appeared to injure a knee running out a groundout in the third but stayed in the game. "We had some concerns," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "But it ended up being nothing."
Fri Sep 29 201704:29RF Aaron Judge hit 51st homer in first inning of Thursday's loss...
RF Aaron Judge hit his 51st homer in the first inning of Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay, pushing his career high hitting streak to 11 games. He also has an extra-base hit in eight straight games, the longest by a Yankee since Johnny Damon in 10 straight games in May 2009. Judge is batting .444 in that stretch with each going for extra bases.
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