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New York Yankees' outfielder Aaron Judge to miss more games due to toe injury

Aaron Judge, New York Yankees' outfielder, will miss more games due to his right big toe injury. The team has not released an official diagnosis yet.

Key Points

Aaron Judge is injured and will miss more games.
The Yankees will also place lefty Nestor Cortes on the injured list due to a shoulder issue.
The Yankees will play the Red Sox in a three-game series at Yankee Stadium.

New York Yankees' outfielder, Aaron Judge, will miss his second consecutive game due to a toe ailment, the team confirmed. Judge injured his right toe while making a catch against the fence at Dodger Stadium last Saturday. While the Yankees have not released an official diagnosis for Judge, the team has a three-game series against the Chicago White Sox starting on Tuesday night. Judge has hit 19 home runs, 10 doubles, and 40 RBIs in 49 games this season and leads the majors in slugging percentage and OPS.

New York Yankees' Aaron Judge is out of the lineup due to an injury he sustained during his catch into the Dodger Stadium wall on Saturday night. Judge will soon meet with a doctor to determine whether he will be placed on the injured list. Judge missing any amount of time is concerning for the team as he has been hitting .291/.404/.674 with 19 homers, 40 RBI, and 42 runs in 61 games this season. The Yankees will also place lefty Nestor Cortes on the injured list due to a shoulder issue, and he'll have an MRI either Monday or Tuesday. The team is hoping he'll only miss a start or two. Despite struggling with his performance this year, Cortes remains a valuable player for the team. The Yankees will have to rely on starters Carlos Rodón, Frankie Montas, Gerrit Cole, Luis Severino, Domingo Germán, Clarke Schmidt, and Randy Vásquez to make up for the injuries in the meantime.

Judge's Big Toe Woes

The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox will face off in a three-game series at Yankee Stadium from June 9-11. With Aaron Judge temporarily sidelined due to an injury, the Yankees will need every win at home they can muster against the Red Sox to compete with the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles in the American League East. Last-minute tickets for all three games are still available, with some going for as low as $28 before fees on Vivid Seats. The two teams will play each other 13 times over the course of the regular season, and fans can find the cheapest tickets for each game at Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park. The Yankees' complete 2023 home game schedule and the Red Sox's complete 2023 home game schedule are also available for fans who want to attend other games. All prices listed are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation, and include additional fees at checkout.

Summary: New York Yankees' outfielder Aaron Judge will miss at least one more game as he recovers from a right big toe injury sustained during Saturday's game against the Dodgers.

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