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Aaron Judge got off to a strong start in Yankees’ win

Aaron Judge said he was ready for the opening day. He was right. Judge started the much belated season with two goals in the Yankees’ 4-1 win over the Nationals on Thursday. They were enough to impress one of his new teammates. “They were just two swings on the ball,” said Gerrit Cole about Judge’s work on the plate. The …

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Trump says he will take first place in the upcoming Yankees game

During a corona virus briefing at the White House on Thursday, President Trump said he was invited by Yankees President Randy Levine to throw first place in an upcoming game in New York. DR. FAUCIS OPENING DAY FIRST PITCH VEERS AWAY FROM TARGET “Randy Levine, he’s a great Yankees friend,” Trump said. “He asked me to throw out first place. …

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Aaron Richter of the Yankees kneeling during the national anthem: “This is America’s Beauty”

New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge wants to make one thing clear before the opening game on Thursday against the Washington Nationals: Regardless of whether some players kneel during the national anthem, the team will be a unified front. The judge said Tuesday after team training in New York that he supports everyone’s decision to protest during the national anthem. …

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What Aaron Judge of Yankees thinks of kneeling during the anthem

It is not yet clear if someone in a New York baseball uniform will kneel during the prelude to the national anthem. However, what is now clear is the support of Aaron Judge for anyone who wants to do it. “That’s the nice thing about America, it’s freedom of speech,” said Judge on Tuesday after the Yankees had trained at …

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Yankee’s highlights: the bats roll through Citi Field

The Yankees could not ask for much this evening and scored a goal early and often against the Mets in the first of three exhibition games before the start of the season. The bomber offensive put Rick Porcello in the lead early on, and the Mets pitcher procession that followed couldn’t keep her off the scoreboard often. In the meantime, …

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Yankees show Mets how deep they really are in winning the exhibition

Before the Yankees’ first spring 2.0 training against the Mets at Citi Field on Saturday evening, Aaron Boone spoke brightly about his club’s reserves. “I like our depth very much and for the first few weeks I think it will be important that you lean a little on that depth, keep the guys sharp, but build the boys up properly,” …

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Yankees can forget to be AL favorites

The Yankees are not American League favorites. Oh, the defending champion from AL East could conquer the pennant of the junior racetrack. You can definitely do it. If the first week of Spring Training 2.0 has taught us anything, it is foolishness to anticipate a professional sports season that is shaped and dominated by a pandemic. We do not know …

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