The New York Yankees are undoubtedly in their prime of the MLB season at the moment, having reached 11 consecutive victories for the first time since 1985 and clinch the AL wild card, but the team as always, has its sights to go higher and not settle for the good results they have achieved in recent weeks.
For the banner, Aaron Judge believes that the team is not at its best yet and wants to see more of his teammates, especially in the playoff fight they are in, he told WFAN’s Ryan Chichester.
All games are important, and even more so when we are in the throes of the postseason fight. I still don’t think we are at the top of our level, but the greats are responding at the right time and are helping us win. We don’t just settle for the wild card, we want division.
Since the Yankees’ hot streak began, Judge has been a very important piece of the team, since in that span he has an OPS of 1,037, with two homers, 6 RBIs and 8 runs scored in the past 11 games.