Life is good for the New York Yankees. They just swept their ALDS meeting with the Minnesota Twins and now center Aaron Hicks is ready to comeback and play ball.
Good News, Aaron Hicks said he’s ready to return to the Yankees for the ALCS. Read on as Aaron Hicks Rejoin Yankees…
— Louis Cefarino (@RiverAveBlues) October 8, 2019
CelebNSports247.com has the latest on Aaron Hicks was believed to have been (likely) lost for the season after suffering an elbow injury late in the year.
The Yankees were sounding pessimistic about Aaron Hicks possible return, following injury. Now the Yankees have the chance to add even more star depth ahead of their most important series of the year.
The great Mark Ditler’s AP dispatch from Tampa on Aaron Hicks https://t.co/RJetYDR9K8
— Mike Mazzeo (@MazzYahoo) October 8, 2019
Aaron Hicks was limited to just 59 games this MLB campaign due to various injuries and wasn’t able to truly get in a rhythm. The elbow issue was his latest setback, but he’s now facing live pitching and throwing to bases, which is pretty much the final step in determining if he’s ready.
If he gets the nod, it’s likely Cameron Maybin is left off the ALCS roster, considering the team already has Aaron Judge, Brett Gardner and Giancarlo Stanton as their other three stud outfielders.