Judge injures toe during supercatch through bullpen door
Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees was removed from the starting lineup.
Judge was omitted from the starting lineup for an away game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California on the 5th (Korean time).
It was not a simple break, but it was due to an injury. According to the AP, he was ruled out after injuring the big toe on his right foot.
It is the aftermath of the lake rain that came out the day before. Playing as the right fielder in a game against the same team held at the same stadium the previous day, he chased and caught JD Martinez’s line drive while defending in the bottom of the 8th inning.
Unable to overcome the inertia, he threw himself into the fence, but there was a doorway to the bullpen of the visiting team at Dodger Stadium, and the door opened with the shock, and he fell into the bullpen.
Judge got back up and played the rest of the game, but it was later revealed that he injured his toe in this shot. Hitting his foot on the threshold of the bullpen doorway.
Director Aaron Boone said, “Last night was pretty painful and it lasted until this morning. Today, it seems to be moving a little better,” he said.안전놀이터
At the same time, the Dodgers, or the MLB Secretariat, revealed that they want to reinforce the guard on the threshold of the bullpen where Judge injured his foot.
First of all, coach Boon explained that although he was excluded from the starting game, there is no need to worry until he is listed on the injured list. After the game, the Yankees return to New York and play three home games against the Chicago White Sox after a day off.