2:02 PM EDT, Fri September 21, 2018
  • 11 Total Stories
  • 0 Stories Last 12 Hrs
  • 1 Stories Last 24 Hrs
  • 5 Sources
River Ave. Blues 22 hours ago

The intangible impact of Aaron Judge

The narrative is oh so easy to construct. The day Aaron Judge was activated off the disabled list, the Yankees went out and clobbered the Blue Jays. In his first two games back in the starting lineup, they mounted a come-from-behind win over the Red Sox and then blew them out the next night. Aaron […] The post The intangible impact of Aaron Judge appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 19, 2018
What should the Yankees expect from Aaron Judge based on recent history?

What should the Yankees expect from Aaron Judge based on recent history?

A look at how recent players have performed upon returning from a broken wrist. Aaron Judge is back. After officially being placed on the active roster last week, Judge slotted right back into number-two slot in the Yankees’ lineup last night. His long, at times frustrating recovery is over at last. This is a massively welcome bit of news for the scuffling Yankees. Still, as Judge returns, questions will certainly linger. How healthy is Judge, given he reportedly can still feel a little pain in his wrist? How long will it take Judge to return to top form? How will the injury affect him as...
Pinstripe Alley Sep 19, 2018
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman activated from the disabled list

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman activated from the disabled list

More good news on the injury front. This has been a rough season as far as injuries go. Key members of this Yankees squad have spent significant time on the disabled list, including Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres, Masahiro Tanaka, and Aroldis Chapman. Roughly two months after breaking his wrist, Judge finally made his return to the lineup last night. More good news follows today: Chapman will return to the bullpen tonight. The Yankees closer missed nearly a month with knee tendinitis. It wasn’t surprising to see him end up on the disabled list as he had been feeling pain since all the way...
rssfeeds.lohud.com Sep 18, 2018
How Aaron Judge fares in return to New York Yankees starting lineup

How Aaron Judge fares in return to New York Yankees starting lineup

Aaron Judge returned to the Yankees starting lineup Tuesday night for the first time since he suffered a chip fracture in his wrist.         
SNY TV Sep 18, 2018

Yankees OF Aaron Judge back in Tuesday's lineup vs. Red Sox

Yankees OF Aaron Judge is back in the lineup.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 17, 2018
Yankees announce Aaron Judge, Aroldis Chapman participated in simulated game

Yankees announce Aaron Judge, Aroldis Chapman participated in simulated game

Reinforcements might be on the way for the Yankees. It looks like the cavalry is on the way for the Yankees. Earlier today, the team announced that All-Stars Aaron Judge and Aroldis Chapman participated in a simulated game. Judge completed 11 at-bats against the likes of A.J. Cole, Chance Adams, and Phillip Diehl. Chapman, meanwhile, tossed 22 pitches, facing Tyler Wade and Kyle Higashioka. The club reported that both players got through the outing just fine. Judge, 26, came off the disabled list last week. He’s already clear to play defense and run the bases. The Yankees let him play a...
River Ave. Blues Sep 19, 2018

Aroldis Chapman is returning with just enough time to get ready for the postseason

The Yankees are whole again. Aaron Judge returned to the lineup yesterday and Aroldis Chapman will rejoin the bullpen tonight. He was activated off the disabled list this morning, the Yankees announced. Chapman pitched through knee trouble pretty much all season before it became too much to bear last month. He missed four weeks. “I […] The post Aroldis Chapman is returning with just enough time to get ready for the postseason appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
River Ave. Blues Sep 17, 2018

Injury Updates: Aaron Judge, Aroldis Chapman

The Yankees have an off-day today — it is their final scheduled off-day of the 2018 regular season — but that doesn’t mean it was a quiet day at Yankee Stadium. The team announced a pair of injury rehab updates this afternoon. Here’s the latest: Aaron Judge (wrist) took eleven at-bats against A.J. Cole, Chance […] The post Injury Updates: Aaron Judge, Aroldis Chapman appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
The Republican Sep 18, 2018
Aaron Judge returns: Yankees slugger in lineup Tuesday night vs. Boston Red Sox

Aaron Judge returns: Yankees slugger in lineup Tuesday night vs. Boston Red Sox

Judge has not had an at-bat since July 26, when he was hit by a pitch and suffered a wrist fracture.
Pinstripe Alley Sep 20, 2018
NYY news: Chappy left (knee), but now Chappy is back

NYY news: Chappy left (knee), but now Chappy is back

Chapman is back; Andujar joins an elite Yankee club; Judge already feels locked in; Stanton broke science New York Post | Mark W. Sanchez: Just a day after Aaron Judge returned to the lineup, Aroldis Chapman was cleared from the disabled list and rejoined the Yankees for the first time since August 21st. Chapman had been struggling with left knee tendinitis for most of the season, but after a month off coupled with platelet-rich plasma injections, he feels ready to face batters again. With regular season games dwindling and the Wild Card Game looming, that arm couldn’t come back at a more...

Related Player News

  • 3 Masahiro Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka

    Tanaka, bullpen falter as Yankees fall to Red Sox 11-6

  • Tyler Wade

    Tyler Wade

    NYY News: Aaron Judge and Aroldis Chapman complete simulated games

  • Aroldis Chapman

    Aroldis Chapman

    NYY news: Chappy left (knee), but now Chappy is back