Aaron Judge

American baseball player

Aaron James Judge (born April 26, 1992) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. Judge played college baseball at Fresno State. The Yankees selected Judge in the first round of the 2013 MLB draft.

Aaron Judge on August 16, 2016

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Aaron Judge
  • We didn’t win the World Series. How are we satisfied with that? That’s what we want. That’s why we work, that’s why we train, that’s why we do everything in the offseason, the cage work. Everything is to get an opportunity to win a World Series. We came up short.
  • Getting my first chance to play in front of crowds like that, situations like that, is going to be huge for us going on. We have a lot of young guys on this team, and getting as far as we did is going to be beneficial down the road for us.
  • It was fun. It was fun coming to the ballpark and competing with these guys. If we were down, if we were up, it didn’t matter. We were always having fun. It was a joy.
  • Christian. Faith, Family, then Baseball. If what you did yesterday still seems big today, then you haven't done anything today!
  • I was checking out all the bats he had and kind of rubbing a couple of them on me to get a little bit of luck. It’s pretty impressive what he swung, for someone his size, too. You see the pictures of him, I’m thinking this guys’ 6-5, 6-6 but you hear he was maybe 5-11, 5-10. It’s pretty impressive he was able to swing something like this and produce the numbers he did.

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  • I think his future is extremely bright. I think he had an unbelievable season. I don’t think I would have predicted that he would be an MVP candidate . . . That’s a lot to ask from a rookie to be an MVP type of candidate. I think the sky’s the limit for this kid. And again, he’s a natural-born leader. And that doesn’t happen at an age where he’s at, where people look to him, and it’s already happening.
  • He is putting on the most amazing display I think I have ever seen!

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