Aaron Judge and Aaron Boone Disagree on One Concern for Yankees


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Aaron Boone disagreed with the Yankees’ best hitter, Aaron Judge, about one thing that might be hurting the team.

The candidate for MVP thinks that the Yankees need to “have a little more energy in the dugout and push each other,” but the manager doesn’t think that’s part of the problem.

The Yankees have only scored 21 runs in their last 11 games, nine of which they lost. This is a terrible run of bad baseball. They won eight of those on Wednesday.

After the loss by a score of 5-2 on Saturday, Judge stated that he believes everyone on the team is trying to do too much in certain at-bats and that the enthusiasm in the dugout has decreased as a result of the struggles that have occurred. However, Boone had a different interpretation of his second thought, even though he agreed with his first point.

Giancarlo Stanton’s return could be a big boost for an offense that has been struggling as of late. This past Saturday marked the beginning of the power-hitting outfielder/designated hitter’s rehabilitation assignment from a left Achilles injury. In his first three at-bats for Double-A Somerset, he went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts. On Sunday, Stanton was scheduled to play another game for Somerset, and then on Monday and Tuesday, he was supposed to report to The Bronx to work out with the team.

The plan is for Stanton, who has been out since July 23, to hit live batting practice on Tuesday against right-hander Luis Severino, who is recovering from a right lat strain. If all goes well, Stanton could be ready for the Yankees‘ 10-game road trip, which starts Thursday against the A’s.

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