NEW YORK – With Aaron Judge, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he is good if General Manager Brian Cashman does not add any bat.
"You never know what materializes," said Boone from the trading market before Friday's match against Royals at the Yankee Stadium.
"But we definitely feel that we have a club, even without Aaron, can go out there and win games. It will be our expectation. Whether we get reinforcements or anything, who knows, and I do not think In that room, we are really worried about it because we absolutely have the men able to do things. "
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The referee will not be back for at least three weeks with a broken right wrist like led in Thursday's 7-2 victory over Royals in Bronx.
The referee took a 93mph ball of wrist in the first inning but stayed in the game, even getting another bat before joining the fourth inning.
The referee's absence gives one of the best hitters in baseball from the Yankees series. He hit .285 with 26 homers and 61
While the Yankees lineup will still be solid when the referee recovers, it would not hurt to put a bat.
Cashman has already shown that he believes in the Yankees "World Series hopes, adding starter bowl YES Hands from Blue Jays and closer to Zach Britton from Orioles this week.
There are several potential outfield stores that Yankees could do. The most obvious can see a familiar face in Bronx. Ex-Yankees and Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson plays for Blue Jays. Toronto and Yankees have been in contact and maybe a store could be developed for Granderson, who still has pop, does not cost much and is
Miami Cameron Maybin may also be meaningful.