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Why Yankees' Aaron Judge is confident slump is behind him

Judge's 457-foot home run highlighted his first multi-hit game since July 18 when he finished 2-for-5 in the Yankees ' 5-3 win over the Mets on Wednesday.

The rookie right fielder's batting average dipped from a high watermark of .347 in June down to .290 entering Wednesday's game.

Judge also said his approach and demeanor at the plate haven't changed, and he enters every at bat with the same confidence, whether he's coming off a massive home run or a strikeout.

Manager Joe Girardi said before the game that Judge continues to focus on putting up good at bats and swings, and some slight tweaks are starting to pay off.

In typical Judge fashion, the right fielder dropped his head and ran the bases without looking where it landed.


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