Yankees' Future in Jeopardy: Aaron Judge's Plan to Rebuild the Team 

The New York Yankees were officially eliminated from playoff contention with a 7-1 defeat by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Injuries, including Aaron Judge's limited appearances, played a significant role in the Yankees' disappointing season.

Despite his limited games, Judge maintained impressive statistics with a .267 batting average, .401 OBP, and a wRC+ of 173.

Aaron Judge expressed disappointment in the team's performance, acknowledging missed opportunities and the need for collective improvement.

General Manager Brian Cashman is expected to remain in his role, but the front office's strategies will be closely evaluated for shortcomings.

The Yankees face a critical offseason with free agency approaching, and Aaron Judge anticipates rigorous internal discussions and actions

across all organizational levels.The team has been monitoring prospects in the MLB to inform decisions for the upcoming spring training.

The Yankees hope to bolster the roster with young talents to alleviate financial constraints.

The performance of high-value contract players like Carlos Rodon and Giancarlo Stanton will be pivotal for the team's future success.

The Yankees' aspirations for a World Series championship rely on the resurgence of key players and strategic moves in the seasons ahead.