Aaron Judge still slowed by neck; Masahiro Tanaka a concern
NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge remains slowed by his sore neck and is uncertain for Tuesday’s intrasquad game, and pitcher Masahiro Tanaka remains a concern for the start of the season as he recovers from a concussion. Judge had improved motion and took some swings in an indoor batting cage. Tanaka was hit on the side of his head by a line drive off the bat of Giancarlo Stanton on July 4. He has been throwing on flat ground and manager Aaron Boone said he had a date in mind for a bullpen session, which he did not announce.