Aaron Judge, Outfield, New York Yankees, #99
Date of Birth: 4/26/1992
Birthplace: Linden, California
College: California State University, Fresno
Aaron Judge, outfielder for the New York Yankees, was first drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 2010 but he didn't sign with them. Three years later, he was drafted by the Yankees. He played in the Yankees minor league system in 2014 and 2015. He had an injury in 2013 that caused him to miss the entire season.
Judge played in 27 games with the Yankees in 2016. He hit his first major league home run in his first at-bat in his first game on August 13th. He hit his second home run in his second major league game. He finished the season with 15 hits, 4 home runs, 42 strikeouts to 9 walks, and a .179 batting average. Defensively, as a right fielder in 27 games, he made 35 putouts and 1 error. He also played in 93 games in the minors in 2016.
Batting statistics for Judge as a minor league player from 2014 through 2016 include:
- 348 games played
- 361 hits
- 68 doubles
- 56 home runs
- 373 strikeouts to 189 walks
- .278 batting average