Aaron Judge New York Yankees

Age: 27 (April 26, 1992) | 6' 7" | 282lbs. | Bats: Right OF-92 RF-92 DH-10 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 AA 2015 63 250 36 71 24 70 16 3 12 44 1 0 .284 .350 .516 9 25 .345 n/a
NYY AAA 2015 61 228 27 51 29 74 10 0 8 28 6 2 .224 .308 .373 11 28 .289 n/a
NYY AAA 2016 93 352 62 95 47 98 18 1 19 65 5 0 .270 .366 .489 11 24 .319 n/a
NYY AL 2016 27 84 10 15 9 42 2 0 4 10 0 1 .179 .263 .345 9 44 .282 35/14/51 0 0
NYY AL 2017 155 542 128 154 127 208 24 3 52 114 9 4 .284 .422 .627 19 31 .357 35/22/43 36 35
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
Career 4yrs 396 1417 290 387 276 543 66 4 110 246 18 10 .273 .394 .558 16 32 .357 n/a
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I'm working on Big Prices for the Guide. Today I have Aaron Judge with a price of $31. What do you think?
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 17 '18

The drop in slugging seems to result from a drop in launch angle. Still, he was a fearsome hitter. They were talking him up last night on the MLB network as next year's MVP.

What should his bid limit be?  

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 16 '18

The AB ended for Judge 27 times on a 3-1 pitch. Twenty of these were ball four. The seven times he swung and put the ball in play, he hit two singles and two doubles.

No homers, surprisingly.

Alex Patton Alex
Oct 10 '18

One day an astronaut will find that ball he hit in the first inning tonite. 

van wilhoite LVW
Oct 7 '18

Headline of the front and back covers of the New York Post: TEAR DOWN THIS WALL! When you flatten the paper out, you see the entire Green Monster. Various Yankees are rappelling down it, others climbing it on ladders. Judge is in the foreground, pointing to it with his bat.

Alex Patton Alex
Oct 5 '18

Sometimes Rotoworld is incomprehensible:

Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Aaron Judge (wrist) was a little sore about doing some throwing on Friday.

The hope was that maybe Judge would be able to do some dry swings in addition to his throwing, but he's not quite ready to push his wrist like that. The original timetable indicated that Judge could be back within three weeks, but it's not likely that a return won't happen until September.
Thomas Rosenthal TommyR
Aug 18 '18

Statcast stats at the break (with the MLB average)

Avg Exit Velocity: 96.6 (88.6)

Avg HR Distance: 399 (398)

Avg Launch Angle: 12.6 (12.4)

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 19 '18

Has taken a called strike three on a full count 13 times, most in the majors. Has swung and missed 15 times. Has taken ball four 26 times. All told, he's taken the count to 3-2 in 81 plate appearances, which may also be the most in the majors.

His slash stats with the count full: .218/.469/.418.  

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 24 '18

.174 avg .387 OB% vs lefties. Only the best of the lefties pitching to him perhaps.

van wilhoite LVW
May 24 '18

Yanks rank first in the majors in homers and walks. On the pitching side, they’re second in the AL in fewest home runs allowed, eighth in fewest walks allowed.

It adds up to a Beane Count of 12.0, best in the majors.

Next best?

If you guessed  the Red Sox, you were wrong. Red Sox aren’t even second best in the AL.

Astros 16.0, Red Sox 21.0.

Fourth best in the AL: the underachieving Indians (23.0).

Still, the Beane Count, which ranks each league by the standings in just these four categories (HR, BB, HR allowed, BB allowed), does a very nice job of expressing the actual standings.

http://www.espn.com/mlb/beanecount

Of course, It should be called the Earl Weaver count. 

Alex Patton Alex
May 23 '18