Yankees' Aaron Judge out of the lineup on Wednesday
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge is out of the lineup for Wednesday's road game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
It's a routine day of rest for Judge, and the Yankees will shuffle defensively, moving Brett Gardner to left field Clint Frazier to right field while Jacoby Ellsbury enters the lineup to start in center.
Judge is slashing .273/.410/.576 with a .409 wOBA, 41 home runs and 90 RBI through 139 games in 2017. numberFire's models project him to bat .246 while adding another 4 home runs and 10 RBI in 72 plate appearances over the remainder of the season.
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