How Aaron Judge, Yankees feel about Giancarlo Stanton’s slump, fan abuse

Totaled up, Stanton was 3-for-32 with 16 strikeouts in six games, leaving the reigning National League MVP with a .167 average, three homers and seven RBIs 10 games in.

A lot of the Yankees fans who paid their way into Yankee Stadium to sit through early April baseball in cold weather let Stanton know they expect more from a superstar slugger with a record $315-million contract who led the majors with 59 homers last season playing for the Miami Marlins.

Stanton was booed in the home opener even though he had made a great first impression five days earlier by homering twice in the Yankees’ Opening Day win in Toronto.

There were more boos on Sunday, and they kept getting louder after his third, fourth and fifth strikeouts, the last of which was the final out of the game with the tying and winning runs on base.

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