NEW YORK, NY — New York Yankees superstars Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton made a huge appearance at Madison Square Garden in front of a sold out crowd at Drake’s concert.


The Bronx bombers completed a weekend sweep of the Kansas City Royals, some of the players wanted to experience a night around the Big Apple. At the “It’s All a Blur Tour”, Drake hit the stage to a roaring crowd, but he wasn’t alone. The crowd got even louder when the fans spotted Judge and Stanton accompany Drake on stage. 



All three guys gave out high fives as they made their way through the crowd towards the stage. Drake performed many of his hits and the two MLBbro sluggers were rocking out with the rest of the electrifying crowd. 



Stanton played hours earlier going 2-for-4 in the win. Judge hasn’t been in the starting lineup since he suffered a sprained big right toe, when he ran into a fence in the outfield against the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 3 at Dodger Stadium. Judge traveled with the team on their recent road trip in support of his teammates. 

Good news came on Sunday for the Yankees and their fans, as Judge was seen taking live batting practice in a rehab assignment. 



“To have Aaron [Judge] get in there and be able to have to take pitches, where you’re swing, swing, swing, no, those are good tests that he’s got to go through in working his way back,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone told the New York Post. 



Judge is dedicated to his rehab and making a regular season return sooner than later. The Yankees could still be in the hunt for the AL Wild Card spot and having Judge return could only be a boost for them. The Yankees have three tough series against the New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles, and Tampa Bay Rays on deck. 

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