After 50 days away, 463.6 billion home run batsman announces return to live betting
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Aaron Judge (New York Yankees), who was sidelined by injury and lost his home run lead, is making a late-season comeback.

“Jersey took live batting practice at Yankee Stadium and received a positive evaluation (from the coaching staff),” reported on Thursday.

Judge left a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 4 with a big toe injury while fielding, which was later confirmed to be a torn toe ligament, a more severe injury than initially thought.

He recently began running drills and batted live for the first time since the injury. He faced 16 balls from pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga. He didn’t have his usual long ball, but his swing was described as sharp.카지노사이트

“The toe pain is not completely gone, but I’m recovering well,” Jersey said after the session.

After hitting an American League-high 62 home runs last year, Judge signed a nine-year, $360 million contract with his former team, the Yankees. He led the league in home runs again this season, but lost the lead to Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels) while he was out with an injury. In 49 games this season, he batted .291 with 19 home runs, 40 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.078.

“He’s going to get more at-bats in the simulation game, which is the last step before he comes back,” said Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who watched Jersey’s live batting session.

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