New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has been managing wounds as he strives for another agreement,

all while leading Major League Baseball in home runs and runs scored.

But tonight's Yankees game is against the rival Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. So will Judge be at 100-percent for the biggest rivalry series in baseball?

As indicated by Yankees insider Bryan Hoch, the response is yes. Judge is set to get back to the Yankees arrangement this evening as their assigned hitter.

He will be batting second. Through 80 games this season, Aaron Judge has 30 home runs, 64 runs batted in and 65 runs.

His batting normal and slugging rate are on pace for vocation highs. Roger Maris' establishment record for single season homers is a lot of in danger.

But more importantly, Judge is a vital piece to a Yankees team that is 15 games ahead in the AL East and six games up in the race for the top record in the American League.

With the rival Houston Astros surging, the Yankees can hardly afford any slip ups from their recent, brilliant form.

If Aaron Judge finishes this season as good as he's started it, he'll head into 2023 one of the most lucrative contracts in baseball - maybe even all of sports.

Will Judge be running on all cylinders against the Red Sox this weekend?