The New York Yankees are undoubtedly in their prime of the season having won 13 consecutive games and put himself in the first place of the American League wild card, being undoubtedly one of the great bastions of that great streak the Judge, Aaron Judge, who in those 13 games hit .372 with a 1.151 OPS, three homers and 11 RBIs.
It’s certainly been a great run for both the Yankees and Judge, who has stood out as the star he’s supposed to be for the Bronx Bombers, but has had a notorious reputation for being injury-prone alongside teammate Giancarlo. Stanton, but statistics show that he is even more durable than other players.
Since Aaron Judge made his debut in the 2017 season, the Judge has played 540 games in his major league career. To put it in perspective, Mike Trout has played 477 games since the start of the 2017 season, fewer than Judge has played and still considered more durable than the Judge.
Another who has played less than Judge is the shortstop for the Houston Astros, Carlos Correa, who since that season has played only 471 games, just 6 fewer than Trout in that span. Is it a myth that Judge is not a durable player?