Yankees' Aaron Judge (shoulder) 'dealing with crankiness and soreness'
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge (shoulder) has been experiencing soreness "for a couple weeks".
Judge will not hit or participate in batting practice after dealing with right shoulder soreness. Expect the Yankees to be cautious with their star slugger despite labeling his discomfort as "minor".
In 378 at-bats last season, Judge produced a .272 average with 27 home runs and 55 RBI.
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