Aaron Judge (New York Yankees) is taking a break from injury.

Aaron Boone, manager of the Yankees, hoped it would not be a major injury, saying, “I hope we don’t lose him for a long time.”

Judge missed the game against the Texas Rangers on the 29th (Korean time).

Even the previous day (28th), he could not play all the games. He started as the second hitter in right field against Texas, but was replaced due to hip pain after only striking out twice.

It is reported that he was injured in the game against t토토사이트he Minnesota Twins on the 27th. At that time, Judge attempted to steal third base in the second inning and slid head first. At this time, the process of entering the base was not smooth.

As the pain, which was initially considered light, continued, Judge underwent an MRI of the right hip. The test results are not out yet.

MLB.com pointed out that “the Yankees are worried about how long Judge’s absence will be.”

Boone said, “Jersey is arguably the best player and means a lot to our team. He doesn’t want to lose him for long.”

Judge, who drew 62 arches last year and set a new record for the most home runs in the American League (AL), played in all 26 games of the Yankees since the opening day until the day before.

He is batting 0.261 with 6 home runs and 14 RBIs this year.

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