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New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge didn’t just return on Wednesday night, he proved that he’s always watching everybody.

Robby Sabo

Just when you think it’s safe, there he goes. Aaron Judge is always watching. Remember that, ladies and gentlemen.

During a YES Network segment prior to the New York Yankees dominant 10-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox, Meredith Marakovitz spoke about Aroldis Chapman in the dugout.

Little did she know that Mr. Judge had his eyes firmly planted on her.


Judge, 26, made his long-awaited return to the Yankees lineup on Tuesday against the very same Sox. On Wednesday night, he batted second in the lineup while finishing 1-for-4 with a run scored.

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Of course, the Bombers are now 2-0 in games Judge hit in and 3-0 if his late-inning outfield relief appearance on Friday night is considered. This Yankees team is simply led by No. 99. Perhaps this is why Judge is always watching.

Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees will aim for the clean sweep of the best team in baseball when the third game of the set commences on Thursday night at The Stadium. Masahiro Tanaka will take on Eduardo Rodriguez. First pitch comes your way at 7:05 p.m. ET.

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