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Apr 21

Regarding Aaron Judge, I thought that last year, they should have shut him down the rest of the season and not brought him back at all, being that the Yankees chances of making the playoffs were extremely slim. I was saying that BEFORE Judge actually did come back later last season. I would have preferred that they save him for 2024 to give his toe extra months to heal.

Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Apr 21
Replying to

I agree.


Apr 21

Speaking of how great a person that Juan Soto is, after Max Scherzer and Trea Turner were traded from Washington to Los Angeles at the trade deadline, after the regular season ended for Washington and Soto, he traveled to Los Angeles when the Dodgers entered the playoffs just to support his ex-teammates Scherzer and Turner and cheer them on and support them.


Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Apr 20

I mentioned this on the Dr. Sem Yankees Show. This is the from the article:

"Aaron Judge recently assessed the lingering effects of the right big toe injury he suffered last year. “I don’t think it will ever be back to normal,” the struggling New York Yankees slugger said...

I know that there are many who simply support the Yankees no matter what they do, but, 20 games into the season, with Judge batting under .190, and not looking particularly good doing it, and knowing he's still hurt, and always will be...

If it were your team, and your player, and your money, would you be playing him in centerfield?

Remember, before the season, how, when I brought this up, so…

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