Aaron Judge New York Yankees

Age: 30 (April 26, 1992) | 6' 7" | 282lbs. | Bats: Right OF-125 RF-25 DH-22 PH-3
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
NYY AL 2018 112 413 77 115 76 152 22 0 27 67 6 3 .278 .392 .528 15 31 .368 42/23/35 23 22
NYY AAA 2019 5 16 2 2 3 7 0 0 1 2 0 0 .125 .263 .312 16 37 .125 n/a
NYY AL 2019 102 378 75 103 64 141 18 1 27 55 3 2 .272 .381 .540 14 32 .360 40/27/32 17 17
NYY AL 2020 28 101 23 26 10 32 3 0 9 22 0 1 .257 .336 .554 9 28 .283 39/20/41 15 15
NYY AL 2021 148 550 89 158 75 158 24 0 39 98 6 1 .287 .373 .544 12 25 .332 41/23/36 33 30
NYY AL 2022 114 427 98 127 68 128 20 0 46 101 12 1 .297 .396 .667 14 25 .315 40/16/44 39 35
Career 7yrs 686 2495 500 698 429 861 113 4 204 467 36 13 .280 .387 .574 14 29 .341 n/a
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Eugene, you're forgetting the Fantasy Baseball Guide rankings. We have Judge No. 16 this year in the ROY race that we track. That was a scary strikeout show last season, but that's his cross. Young enough to get better, which is no guarentee, and with enough power he could have a career without being a regular. We shall see.

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Feb 14 '17

I rank players by AL prospect status.  Sickles's top 200 came out today as did BP's top 101.  It was a banner day for prospect rankings.

Sickels has him-70  BA-40  BP-26 MLB Network-19 Law-15 ZiPs-13 Fangraphs-22 Prospect Watch-9 CBS-23.  

I have him ranked 36 in the AL.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Feb 14 '17

21 on rotoworld

To be blunt, Judge was not good in his time with the Yankees. He struck out in half of his at-bats, hit just .179 and looked overmatched for the most part. Negatives aside, there’s still reason to believe that Judge has a bright future ahead of him. He’s massive (6-7, 275 pounds), and as you might guess, he has excellent power potential thanks in large part to that size. With his long limbs, he’s going to strike out a ton, but he does draw walks, and his willingness to go the other way means he has a chance for at least average hitting talent. He’s built like a defensive lineman, but he does have decent speed, and he could provide a handful of stolen bases. It was disconcerting to see him struggle as much as he did, but the talent is still impressive, and he still profiles as a potential middle of the order hitter. It just might take a little longer than anticipated

van wilhoite LVW
Feb 13 '17

Opinions vary.

MLB ranks him No. 45 on its top 100 propsects list.

Baseball America has him at No. 90.

HQ's Minor League Baseball Analyst rates him No. 33 overall, No. 17 for fantasy impact 2017.

Sickles? Keith Law?

Let's list them all.

Alex Patton Alex
Feb 13 '17
ROY PROSPECT No. 16: A big man, at 6-foot-7 and 260lbs, he clearly has a lot of power in his swing, and a lot of swing to try to hit the ball, which opens him up to strikeouts. He's shown good strikezone control, usually walks quite a bit, and improved in Triple-A last year, adjusting and making better and stronger contact, which led to more homers and fewer strikeouts. He struggled after being called up to the majors late last year and is going to have to find ways to cut down on the missed swings while retaining his power against advanced pitching. Finding those ways may slow his full-time timetable to the majors.

—from The Fantasy Baseball Guide 2017
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Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Feb 9 '17