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Aaron Judge's big toe is more than just a New York Yankees footnote following injury last year. 

Yankees' Aaron Judge's big toe is more than a footnote. 

After hitting the right-field fence at Dodger Stadium on June 3, Judge tore a ligament in his right big toe and lost 42 games, causing the Yankees to miss the playoffs. 

"It's going to be I think a constant maintenance I think the rest of my career," Judge remarked. 

"Anything with injuries like that, you just got to stay on top of it so it doesn't flare up again." 

The 6-foot-7, 282-pound slugger returned July 28 and hit.262 with 37 HRs and 75 RBIs in 106 games. 

"I keep getting hurt in right field, so I think that's why they moved me to center field," he joked, garnering laughter at a news conference. 

Yankees' Aaron Judge's big toe is more than a footnote. 

After hitting the right-field fence at Dodger Stadium on June 3, Judge tore a ligament in his right big toe and lost 42 games, causing the Yankees to miss the playoffs. 

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