Yankees general manager Brian Cashman spoke of the player’s recovery and what will be the start of the major leagues.
The general manager of the New York Yankees, Brian CashmanHe said he is very optimistic with the return of the Big leagues and, above all, with the development that an atypical tournament will have, in a single location and under the strictest sanitation measures.
Also, Cashman is looking forward to Aaron Judge’s recovery. The player left behind a pain in his right shoulder and pectoral muscle, and continues training for the start of the MLB this month knowing that he will have the responsibility of commanding the ninth of the Big Apple.
Recall that Judge received painkiller injections and played during the 2019 postseason, hitting .265 (9-of-34) with a home run and two RBIs in nine games. OR
“I think he is fit and ready for the action to begin. He has done his job in a dedicated manner and that’s why the recovery was so quick. Now let’s hope he doesn’t relapse and give us a hand,” Cashman said.
The Yankees will open the season against the World Series champions, the Washington Nationals, on July 23.
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