Yankees News: Aaron Judge addresses booing controversy, Austin Wells injury update

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"It was funny because we were looking eye-to-eye at each other. I was like, ‘This is new.’"

Spencer Jones

Jones was reticent to compare himself to Judge, though, as many others have done due to their two-of-a-kind baseball physiques.

"It’s definitely a compliment. It’s cool. But at the end of the day, I’m just going to do what I do. There’s only one Aaron Judge, right? And there’s only going to be one me."

Spencer Jones

Just have to add Dave Winfield for the three-way Spiderman Point.

  • Waiting to see Yankees top catching prospect Austin Wells get into action? Well, it's best to stay patient. He nearly ramped up from a bruised rib in recent days, but felt an additional tweak while on the trainer's table and was sent back for an extra MRI. That MRI revealed a fracture; Wells should return in 6-to-8 weeks. With Kyle Higashioka headed to the World Baseball Classic, it would've been nice to see Wells behind the plate. Hell, he could've even been an unorthodox solution in left field if his bat had carried the day this March. Oh well. Another one bites the very specific dust that only infects Yankees.