According to Sweeny Murti of Yankees WFAN, the Yankees have called up Mason Williams from Triple-A due to Aaron Judge likely being out for the remainder of the season.
Judge left in the 5th inning of last nights game against the Dodgers, after injuring his right oblique batting during the previous half-inning.
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Judge, 24, was called up just a month ago from the Triple-A Scranton RailRiders. In 27 games with the Yankees, he is batting .179 with 4 home runs, 10 runs batted in, 9 walks, and 42 strikeouts.
In 43 games this season in the minors, Williams is batting .298 with 0 home runs, 24 runs batted in, 6 walks and 26 strikeouts.
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