Aaron Judge was removed from Thursday’s match against the Texas Rangers after complaining of discomfort in his right hip. Although Judge does not consider this injury to be a serious one, he could miss a few games in the near future.
According to reports, Judge said he felt a slight tension in his right side when he slid awkwardly onto the third base during a steal attempt on Wednesday. Although nothing appeared to be wrong, Judge was seen to return to the game clutching his hand in the dugout.
Judge was seen leaving the game shortly afterward. Shortly after, he was seen leaving the field. Oswaldo Cabera replaced him on the right side at Global Life Field.
The New York Yankees captain was forced to leave the game after suffering an injury. The All Rise fans are now worried about how many games they will miss after this injury news.
Aaron Judge, the star Yankees player, will likely miss the next couple of games against Texas Rangers or Cleveland Guardians because of an unexpected injury.
The news of Aaron Judge’s injury came at the worst possible time for the Yankees. They will be playing the Texas Rangers in three games and the Cleveland Guardians in a three-game series in the next match. The Yankees’ next matchups are against the Rangers for three games, and then the Guardians for a three game series. This will be their second encounter this year.
Judge has not mentioned anything about the injury. He stated that a few rest days would be sufficient for Judge to safely return to play. The Yankees captain will most likely miss the final games of the Texas Series against the Rangers.
Aaron Boone, the manager, says: “I was very firm about it.” I did not leave much for him to do — I just wanted him to be out of there. I felt that I didn’t need him to do anything more. Even if he thought he could go on, I wouldn’t mess with it. We don’t want to take our guy out but we will see how we are going tomorrow and in the next few days.
Aaron Judge’s absence has become a source of concern not only for fans, but also for other Yankees players. Michael King, the reliever who pitched 21/3 innings of scoreless and hitless inning on Thursday, has also expressed his sentiments in his statements. King said, “Anytime he leaves the game it’s not good.” I just pray for him, hoping that he is OK .”