DENVER – Aaron Judge had batting practice on the field ahead of Friday the series opener against the Rockies at Coors Field, the first time the Yankees have played against 39; The superstar slugger has done so since June 3 when he tore the ligament in his right big toe.
Judge said it was “difficult to describe” the feeling of the toes, but said he “wouldn’t call it that” Pain”. He did not provide a timeline for his return to the Yankees. Line up.
“It ; didn’t heal, so obviously that’s how it is,” the judge said. “But we It’s all progressing…I’m ^ not on a date. II can’t help you with this. But you’re asking me how ; how I feel and how we feel making progress, we ‘ going well and getting closer. “
“We & # 94; from a batting [and running] standpoint, we’ve seen this in the last week or so We’re very encouraged by what’s going on,” Boone said of Judge’s progress. “I think it’s going to get to a new level where we can really let it run freely. He has been running this week, but where are you ; able to stop, start and cut in. The batting went very well. “
“heto push but he ^ when he is ready will know,” said Boone. “…he when he