Yankees' Aaron Judge says left shoulder 'right on schedule'
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge said Wednesday in Yankees camp that his surgically-repaired left shoulder "feels good, feels right on schedule."
Judge underwent a relatively minor procedure on his shoulder in November but there's no concern about his availability for Opening Day.
Judge slashed .284/.422/.627 with 52 home runs, 128 runs scored, 114 RBI, and 9 steals across 678 plate appearances last season.
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