Here are some nuggets from Yankees’ spring training on Wednesday:
Aaron Judge went 1-for-2 with a walk and a double, which was hit off Aaron Nola.
Judge, having a relatively quiet camp in terms of power with just one homer, is 7-for-15 with three doubles and four walks in the Grapefruit League.
The 9-8 Phillies win at Steinbrenner Field took 3 hours and 30 minutes, a slog that harkened back to the pre-pitch-clock days.
The Yankees and Phillies combined for 21 walks.
Caught My Eye
Rafael Ortega, a non-roster invite fighting for an outfield spot, could not haul in a drive from Brandon Marsh in the first inning.
Ortega, playing center and struggling with the wind, trapped a ball that should have been caught.
Instead of the inning being over, Marsh ended up with a three-run double.
Clarke Schmidt is expected to get the start when the Yankees host the Pirates at 6:35 p.m.
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