New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge said he has not yet decided if he will compete in the Home Run Derby in two weeks, according to MLB.com's Bryan Hoch.
Judge, who leads the majors with 26 home runs and leads the American League in batting average (.332) and RBIs (59), told reporters he has focused on playing games as opposed to the All-Star break.
The 25-year-old rookie leads all American League players with 3.44 million votes for the All-Star Game. Voting ends Thursday and the All-Star Selection Show is Sunday at 7 p.m. ET.
"I'm OK with [Judge competing] because of his approach," manager Joe Girardi told Hoch last week. "I think his swing is going to stay the same."
Reigning Home Run Derby champion Giancarlo Stanton said he will compete in the Home Run Derby, which is July 9.