“There’s going to be discomfort for a while,” Judge said. “It’s still fractured. So, [we’re] going to wait until it heals up, and I guess I’ll move forward with some throwing and stuff like that.”
Judge added that it is a “day to day” scenario of when he will start swinging again.
Judge was placed on the disabled list on July 27, the day after being hit on the wrist by a 93-mph pitch by Jakob Junis. He initially stayed in the game, but was taken out prior to the fifth inning.
Even though Judge is still ways away from swinging a bat, he still is doing other baseball activity. Judge ran the bases yesterday afternoon under the supervision of Reggie Willits, the instructor for outfielders and base-running. However, it’s incredibly unlikely Judge will return at the end of the “three week” timetable.