While we won’t be seeing Clint Frazier for a few days, we will finally get to see the reigning AL Rookie of the Year in action.
Aaron Judge is scheduled to make his spring debut on Wednesday the 28th when the Yankees take on the Tigers. The slugger has been taking batting practice and participating in on-field drills, but hasn’t seen any game action while he recovers from offseason shoulder surgery. All systems are a go for the big man, so he will bless our lives with mammoth home runs once again.
Aaron Judge is scheduled to play his first game of the spring on Feb. 28.
While Judge makes his return to the lineup, Clint Frazier will be taking his leave — at least for a few days. The 23-year-old sustained a mild concussion Saturday after making a leaping catch that led him into the fence. Aaron Boone is “optimistic”, but the team will proceed with caution.
Clint Frazier sustained a concussion on that catch against the Pirates in Bradenton, Aaron Boone said. “I would say it will be a few days, but I’m also pretty optimistic.”