Manager Aaron Boone had initially declared that Judge would be back to swinging a bat just a week into recovery, though that has not been the case. Judge, 26, ran the bases before Thursday’s game and has been continuing with lower body workouts, weight-lifting and conditioning during his time on the shelf.
WFAN's Maggie Gray calls Knicks owner James Dolan a 'vile piece of trash' over his new 'I Should've Known' song
On her afternoon WFAN show Carlin, Maggie, & Bart, Gray ripped the Knicks and Rangers owner for his new song “I Should’ve Known,” which alludes to Harvey Weinstein’s alleged vile behavior. More than 80 women have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault or rape.
Since the All-Star break, the Yankees’ rotation has been full of question marks ranging from the disappearance of Luis Severino’s All-Star stuff, questions of CC Sabathia’s durability, and the implosion of Sonny Gray. The Yankees traded for Happ to be an absolute, and in two starts he has been — so long as he stays on the field. “I still don’t know where I got it,” he said Thursday of his viral illness, which is commonly found in children.
“I feel like he’s starting to find his timing a little more. I thought his at-bats yesterday were really good, he really took what the pitcher was giving to him,” Boone said of Torres’ two-walk performance in Wednesday’s win. “Through this stretch where we’ve had some extra-inning games, some long games, he’s bounced back pretty well so that’s been encouraging.”
Brandon Drury lands on the DL with the Blue Jays for injury that happened while he was on the Yankees
Brandon Drury was traded to Toronto as part of the deal to bring J.A. Happ to the Bronx on July 24 two days after he was hit by a pitch. The ex-Yankee third baseman was initially diagnosed with a bone bruise on his left hand, but a recent followup exam on Drury’s hand determined it is actually fractured, the Toronto Star reported.