Aaron Judge, the New York Yankees' star right fielder, has been sidelined with an injury to his right big toe. After the Yankees announced that Judge might be able to start baseball activities over the weekend, he personally confirmed that he is not yet ready due to a torn ligament in his toe. This news is sure to come as a disappointment to fans of the team, who have been eagerly anticipating Judge's return to the lineup.

Aaron Judge is one of the most exciting players in baseball today. He stands at a towering 6'7" and weighs in at 282 pounds, earning him the nickname "All Rise" for his impressive size and power. Judge burst onto the scene in 2017, his rookie season, when he won the American League Rookie of the Year award and finished second in MVP voting. He hit .284 with 52 home runs and 114 RBIs, making him an instant fan favorite and a key part of the Yankees' lineup.

Since then, Judge has continued to impress. He hit .278 with 27 home runs and 67 RBIs in 2018, despite missing time with a wrist injury, and last year he hit .272 with 27 home runs and 55 RBIs in just 102 games due to an oblique injury. Judge's size and power make him a formidable presence at the plate, but he also has a keen eye for pitches and draws a lot of walks. He is also a skilled defender, with a strong arm and good speed for his size.

Given Judge's importance to the Yankees and the excitement he generates among fans, news of his injury is sure to raise concerns. However, Yankees manager Aaron Boone has expressed optimism that Judge will be able to return to the lineup soon. "We're being a little cautious with him," Boone said. "But we fully expect him to be back and rolling here in the next week or so."

In the meantime, Yankees fans will have to wait patiently for Judge to return to the field. When he does, he is sure to bring excitement and energy to the team and its fans. Despite his injuries, Judge remains one of the most exciting players in baseball, and his talent and skill are sure to make him a star for years to come.