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Boone: “good chance” Aaron Judge plays some centerfield

With Aaron Hicks and Jacoby Ellsbury currently on the disabled list, the Yankees find themselves looking for someone to fill the void in centerfield.

According to Aaron Boone, it’s possible that Aaron Judge could help fill the vacancy.

Prior to Friday night’s contest, Boone told reporters that there is a good chance that Judge will see some playing time in centerfield. While Hicks and Ellsbury are sidelined, it is very likely that the Yankees mix-and-match with their outfield rotation.

Throughout his professional career, Judge has seen the majority of his playing time in right field. However, he did make 11 appearances in center during his time in the minors, and saw some playing time at the position during his collegiate career at Fresno State University.

During spring training, Judge was asked about possibly playing another position. No matter what position he plays, the 25-year-old seems up to the challenge.

The Yankees outfield situation will be one of the major storylines in baseball over the next couple of weeks. Although Boone didn’t go into much detail, it remains to be seen just how the Yankees plan on using their star outfielder over the next few weeks.