TAMPA — “No regrets,” Aaron Judge said Thursday, looking back at the zaniness that transpired last October. In addition to being the Yankees’ right fielder and feared slugger, he’ll retain his role as club DJ.
“That speaker will still be with me,” Judge told The Post at George M. Steinbrenner Field, where the Yankees defeated the Pirates 8-6. “I’ll still be playing songs after we win on getaway days. Nothing will change.”
Nothing should change for Judge, already one of the most respected and respectful players in the industry at 26. Really, if there’s a lesson to be learned from “New York, New York”-gate, it doesn’t concern attitude or actions.