Yankees OF Aaron Judge practiced in center field with outfield coordinator Reggie Willets on Saturday, but manager Aaron Boone said there is no plan to move the 25-year-old to the position.
Judge, who is recovering from shoulder surgery, said practicing in center field felt "pretty natural. It was just like college," according to the New York Post.
"You never say never," Boone said. "But there are no plans for that right now." However, the Yankees do plan to utilize Judge in left field to make room for Giancarlo Stanton in right field.
As Judge prepares to play different left field, Willets said "no matter what, there's going to be an adjustment."
"But when you're as athletic as him and you've played before, it's not gonna be a problem," Willets said. "He's done it in college and as hard as he works, I know he's gonna get it, no matter what it is."
In his first full season in the majors, Judge hit .284 with 52 home runs and 114 RBIs in 155 games. He was named to the All-Star Game, won the home run derby competition, and was named AL Rookie of the Year. He also earned a Silver Slugger award.