It is unclear when the injured Aaron Judge (31, New York Yankees) will return.
On the 17th (Korean time), on the 17th (Korean time), the MLB.com official website of the major leagues said, “The return date for Judge, who suffered a ligament injury in the right big toe, is uncertain. Judge has been treated with plasma runners,’ he said, not knowing when Judge might be back.스포츠토토
Judge suffered an injury while handling JD Martinez’s bat while defending in the bottom of the 8th inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium on the 5th. He crashed into the fence and managed to catch it, but injured his toe. Since then, Judge has not been able to go to the ground.
The media reported that ‘Jersey constantly complained of discomfort in his toes after opening Hosobi. He immediately received injection treatment, saying, ‘As a result of the hospital examination, he was diagnosed with bruises and sprains. Fortunately, his fracture was avoided,’ he said.
Director Aaron Boone expressed his hope that Judge will regain his health as soon as possible, saying, “The ligament needs time to heal. I hope Judge recovers quickly through injection treatment. We are continuing to move in a good direction.”
Injury to the big toe is uncommon in baseball players. It is the part that is mainly injured by soccer players. “I think toe injuries are common in football,” Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner said. “I don’t know how common they are in baseball. Judge hurt his toe because he bumped into a fence. But it’s a relief that it’s getting better every day.”
Judge also suffered a fractured right wrist in 2018. At the time, the Yankees announced that it would take three weeks for Judge to return, but Judge returned to the ground only after three months.
It is also unknown whether he will participate in the All-Star Game on July 12 due to a toe injury. Director Boone said, “I can return within a week, but it may take four weeks. I need to be able to move enough to play baseball. I will monitor the condition while receiving injection treatment.”
Judge hit 62 home runs last year, becoming the American League home run king. This season, he also led the Yankees batting line with 19 homers, 0.291 slugging percentage, and 0.674 OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.078 in 49 games.