Playing “Where’s Waldo” with Yankees starting right fielder Aaron Judge is an impossibility. The former Yankee prospect, and leading AL Rookie Of The Year candidate stands out no matter where he is at a stout 6′ 7″ tall and 275ish pounds. He is built like a power forward, and in the world of baseball a player of that size is usually reserved for big plodding first basemen (see Richie Sexson) or flame throwing hurlers (see CC Sabathia circa 2007, as now he’s less flame more junk).
I am sure the assumption many would have made was that Judge should be the every day designated hitter, pointing at the pitcher and yelling “JUDGE SMASH.” However a deeper look finds a player who is an above average right fielder and leads all right fielders in defensive runs saved (as of 5/29/17); none more spectacular than a recent one run game preserving catch off the bat of Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays.
There is something almost majestic about seeing someone that size covering ground to the right center field gap like a galloping bronco then laying out full extension to his backhand to snag the ball.