SARASOTA, Fla. – Baltimore Orioles shortstop Manny Machado says that an enrolling pitch by Yankees star Aaron Judge was no major ordeal.

“I think it was simply made a huge deal about,” Machado said.

Prior this week, when the Orioles and Yankees played a spring preparing diversion, Judge revealed to Machado that he’d look great in pinstripes. The star infielder is qualified with the expectation of complimentary office after this season.

The remark drew the enthusiasm of Major League Baseball, and Yankees general supervisor Brian Cashman later had a discussion with Judge, helping the AL Rookie to remember the Year that the game takes a diminish perspective of anything that sounds like altering.

Machado says he wouldn’t fret. He says he’s endeavored to get players for the Orioles, as well.

“Everybody dependably jokes around about a considerable measure of things, and things that we say on the field generally remain on the field,” Machado said after Baltimore’s amusement with the New York Mets on Friday.

“I’ve told many individuals they’d look great in dark and orange also, attempting to get folks here,” Machado said. “It’s simply part of the amusement. You need to put the best group out there on your field, and in case I’m a piece of this group, I need to bring the best folks here as much as I can. I need to get a ring too.”

Orioles supervisor Buck Showalter downplayed the circumstance.

“I’m simply happy they didn’t get Manny attempting to enroll Judge,” Showalter said.