New York Yankees players Starlin Castro and Aaron Judge team up to make a game-saving catch against the Oakland Athletics.
As the Athletics came back to tie the Yankees this afternoon, Starlin Castro and Aaron Judge got together to make one hell of a play in the sixth-inning.
On Saturday afternoon during game two of the three-game series with the Oakland Athletics, the New York Yankees and their fans were treated to yet another defensive gem.
A batter after rookie Ryan Healy drove in Rajai Davis to tie the Yankees at one apiece in the top of the sixth inning, Trevor Plouffe lofted a fly ball behind Starlin Castro at second and just in front of Aaron Judge in right field.
When you’re going good, you’re going good; and Castro and judge both showed us today that they are not the only specialist with the bat, but also with the glove.
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