All-Star outfielder Aaron Judge and slugging first baseman Anthony Rizzo.
The New York Yankees opened their most memorable series of the time at Fenway Park without two of their greatest bats in the beginning arrangement
Judge didn't begin Thursday night in the group's 6-5 win over the Boston Red Sox because of what supervisor Aaron Boone portrayed as "lower body firmness."
"The most recent few evenings [he's] recently been managing some snugness in his lower half, so felt like today was the day that I expected to have him down.
The thought is for him to be back in there tomorrow, however [it's] not something I'm excessively worried about," Boone said.
"Yet, more critically, simply need to be something that we advance out beyond and ensure that it doesn't transform into something significant
He's had the option to sort of explore through these most recent few days however, particularly getting in as late as we did the previous evening
Requested to additional expand on the thing Judge was feeling, Boone portrayed it as "simply calves."