Aaron Judge showed up at his news conference wearing a T-shirt with a Major League Baseball logo.
Just not the logo that’s been familiar for the past half-century.
On closer inspection, the silhouetted batter in white between fields of blue and red was not in a hitting position as designed by Jerry Dior of Sandgren & Murtha in the 1960s, but rather was holding the lumber vertically — and smashing it into the top of the logo , creating a red spark.
Yup, just like New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner did during dugout tantrums , hammering the ceiling and leading to ejections in July and August.
“I don’t know who makes the shirts up, but they send them for the guys,” Gardner said Thursday. “It’s funny. Guys have