New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge, who was out of the lineup again for Tuesday night's game against the Chicago White Sox due to a toe injury, will be going on the IL with a right toe sprain, according to Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record.

Judge did not fracture his toe, and manager Aaron Boone said that he hopes Judge avoided “something real serious.”

This will be Judge's second stint on the IL this season, as he missed some time in May due to a hip injury.

Aaron Judge hurt his right big toe after making a catch and crashing through the bullpen wall at Dodger Stadium on Saturday. He was out of the lineup for Sunday's 4-1 win at Dodger stadium.

The Yankees currently sit at 36-25 and have played well since Judge came off of the injured list from a hip strain earlier in the year. They are currently in third place in the American League East. The team is two games behind the Baltimore Orioles, and 6.5 games behind the Tampa Bay Rays for first place in the American League East.

Luckily, the Yankees are currently in a playoff spot, with the Toronto Blue Jays the closest team at three games back.

The Yankees also have a long stretch of games that will be played either at home or in the state of New York coming up. After two series against the White Sox and the Boston Red Sox at home, the Yankees will play the Mets for two games as the road team. Then they go to Boston to play the Red Sox before two home series against the Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers.