Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge will be held out of batting practice on Tuesday due to a "minor right shoulder problem," reports George A. King III of the New York Post.
According to King, manager Aaron Boone said a test on Judge's shoulder didn't reveal anything serious.
While Judge -- who arrived at camp on Monday -- is being held out of batting practice for precautionary reasons, he will be throwing.
Judge missed one game late last season (on Sept. 19) in part because of some shoulder pain that resulted from an attempt to make a diving catch in the outfield.
The 27-year-old Judge was limited to 102 games last season due to a significant left oblique injury that kept him out of game action from April 21 to June 20.