Sport Aaron Judge, Gleyber Torres critical of YES coverage of Tanaka injury

02:50  05 july  2020
02:50  05 july  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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With Judge ’s injury history, is it wise for the Yankees to eventually give him a long-term, big-money contract? As for my personal opinion, I would make LeMahieu the top priority, with Tanaka next and Paxton third. A similar question was asked last week concerning Gleyber Torres being extended.

Two New York Yankees players think YES Network was insensitive in how they broadcast Masahiro Tanaka’s scary injury on Saturday.

a group of people playing football on a field: Tanaka's teammates were none too pleased to see the team's network tweeting the video of his injury. © Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Tanaka's teammates were none too pleased to see the team's network tweeting the video of his injury.

Tanaka was struck in the head by a line drive during Saturday’s simulated game. The workout was being broadcast live on YES, the Yankees’ TV partner, so those watching saw the entire event unfold as it happened. The broadcast did not cut away or focus elsewhere when Tanaka was down on the mound being tended to by trainers.

This didn’t sit well with Judge, who posted a tweet criticizing the coverage.

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Infielder Gleyber Torres echoed those sentiments in his own statement.

At one point, Judge could be seen looking directly at the TV camera and seemingly gesturing in frustration at it.

Judge and Torres are being good teammates. Their sentiment is understandable. But the events that were taking place on the field after Tanaka got hit were important, and anyone watching would have wanted to know what was going on and if Tanaka was okay. YES didn’t really have any choice.

The good news is that the early signs on Tanaka are positive, and he will continue to be evaluated.

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