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Aaron Judge and Aaron Boone of the Yankees have big hopes for Giancarlo Stanton going into the 2024 campaign.

Giancarlo Stanton and the New York Yankees had a dismal 2023 season.

According to Brendan Kuty of The Athletic, Yankees star Aaron Judge and manager Aaron Boone anticipate greater things from Stanton in 2024:

“It’s impressive to see him back in action,” Judge remarked.

“He has appeared impressive since the beginning of spring,” stated manager Aaron Boone.

“I think he has been managing his at-bats.”

He was quite accurate on Wednesday night, and when he’s like that, he’s pretty frightening.

Hitting coach James Rowson remarked, “I just see a guy in the batter’s box who’s a lot calmer in his approach.”

“I believe I’m viewing a.

His acting was a serious issue. The slugger did blast 24 home runs in 415 plate appearances, but they came along with a dismal .

191/.275/.420 line with an OPS of.695, the lowest of his career.

In actuality, his OPS has been declining for some time; it was.870 in 2021,.759 in the previous season, and.695 in the most recent one.

Stanton has not performed as well as the feared hitter of the past three seasons, despite making more than 400 visits to the plate and having a better health record than in 2019–2020.

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