New York Yankees star Aaron Judge has had a slow start to the season, with a .182/.337/.394 slash line, three home runs, nine RBI, and 19 strikeouts entering Wednesday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Despite his struggles, both Judge and the organization are not worried. He remains focused on improving and working on his game.

While Judge has faced challenges at the plate, he has shown a keen eye for walks, with 16 walks tying him for the most in MLB alongside Juan Soto and Mookie Betts.

Manager Aaron Boone acknowledged that Judge is not hitting fastballs as dominantly as usual but expressed confidence in his ability to bounce back.

Judge himself believes that his missed time during Spring Training is not a factor in his slow start and remains confident in his ability to turn things around.

It’s important to trust in Judge’s capabilities as a player of MVP caliber, and to have faith that he will find his stride and contribute to the team’s success.

While it may be frustrating, it’s a common experience for players to go through rough patches, and Judge’s determination and focus suggest that he will soon be back on track.