Aaron Judge’s big change to be tested with contract cloud hovering
By Dan Martin February 23, 2021 | 5:47pm | Updated

The right fielder said he “feels great” heading into this season, expecting the work he’s done with the organization’s second-year director of player health and performance, Eric Cressey, will pay off.

That’s about to get tested after an offseason in which Judge said he worked out differently, with a focus on quick movements — the kind that have led to some of his injuries in the past.

“I’m looking forward to it,’’ Judge said of starting a season without any injury concerns. “Last year, I thought I was coming in healthy, but I’d played a whole postseason and worked all offseason with a broken rib and punctured lung.”