Yankees OF Aaron Judge leaves game with oblique injury

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge left Saturday’s game in opposition to the Kansas City Royals after struggling a left oblique injury.

The crew launched that Judge was being taken for extra evaluation and an MRI to New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

The slugger was pulled after it appeared he injured himself hitting a single to correct space throughout the bottom of the sixth inning.

Judge gave the impression to be in discomfort after reaching first base. He was pulled for pinch-runner Tyler Wade.

On the season, Judge is hitting .288 with 5 homers and 11 runs batted in.

He hit his fifth homer earlier throughout the Yankees’ 9-2 win over Kansas City.

Judge remaining season missed larger than a month with a chip fracture in his correct wrist. He missed time in 2016 with a correct oblique injury.

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