How Yankees’ Aaron Judge acted in aftermath of 4-strikeout game

CLEVELAND — All four chairs were filled by hungry¬†Yankees players late Thursday night at one of the circular tables sitting in the middle of the visiting clubhouse at Progressive Field.

Ten minutes after the final out to a 4-0 loss to the Indians in Game 1 of the ALDS, Aaron Judge was there with Chase Headley to his left, Greg Bird to his right and Matt Holliday across from him.

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All four exchanged a little low-voiced chatter between bites of their post-game meal, meat and pasta.

A hero of the Yankees’ Wild Card Game win two days earlier, Judge was one of the goats of this series-opening setback, as he was 0-for-4 at the plate with four strikeouts, two of them looking.

Judge looked himself sitting there at the table, aside from the hard-to-miss bag of ice on his right knee.

He’s fine … physically and mentally.

Especially mentally.

Headley noticed that while eating with Judge, he never brought up his 4-K Golden Sombrero evening.

“He’s got a good outlook on it,” Headley said. “It just doesn’t faze him. It’s what you want. I’m sure he’s disappointed that the game went that way, but on the same token he knows that we’re going to come back (Friday in Game 2) and he’s going to get another

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