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The New York Yankees reinstated outfielder Aaron Judge from the injured list before Wednesday night's game against the visiting Toronto Blue Jays.

Judge went on the injured list on Aug. 11 with a strained right calf and was activated in time to play on Aug. 26 in Atlanta -- a game in which he went 1 for 3 but aggravated the injury. He has not played since.

In 18 games on the season, Judge is batting .292 with nine home runs and 20 RBIs.

The 28-year-old is a two-time All-Star and .274 career hitter with 119 homers and 266 RBIs through 414 games.

--Field Level Media

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