Aaron Judge Thursday night was very close to making history.
It was close to tying the AL HR record of the Yankees’ Aaron Judge Roger Morris
Aaron Judge hit his 61st homer of the season and was just feet away from winning the game for the New York Yankees in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Boston Red Sox.
Judge, the batting leadoff, will have another shot Friday night to tie Roger Morris’ American League home run record of 61. New York Yankees to go against Boston Red Sox In the second game of their three-game series.
Follow along here to catch each of Judge’s pads.
First Batting: Strikeout
Judge was dismissed swinging at a full count in his first at-bat.
Second at-bat: Flight out
Judge flew out to left field in his second at-bat in the third inning.
Third at-bat: Strikeout
Judge struck out swinging in his third trip to the plate in the fifth inning.
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Goes from 0-60
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A-Rod: “Judge’s legend has only grown”
The former Yankees great Alex Rodriguez Discusses Judge’s historic season, and considers why he’s doing it as a member of the Bronx Bombers, a franchise where the bright lights rarely dim.
Alex Rodriguez discusses the greatness of Aaron Judge’s historic season
FOX MLB analyst and former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez discusses the magnitude of Aaron Judge’s historic season as he tries to surpass Roger Morris’ AL home run record.
Morris family: “It’s obviously mixed feelings”
Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal Roger Morris Jr. and the Morris family spoke about approaching Judge and passing his father’s home run record.
Ken Rosenthal talks with the family of Yankees legend Roger Maris
Ken Rosenthal talks to the children of New York legend Roger Maris about Aaron Judge, who chased the Yankees’ record for most home runs in a single season.
Fox Sports’ Martin Rogers Tracing Judge’s history, he says, is not only a chance to revel in his prodigious talent, but also a chance to remember old titans like Babe Ruth and Roger Morris.
Aaron Judge’s year as “most impressive offensive season in 25 years”
Yankees slugger Roger Maris is one home run away from the AL record. Nick Wright explains that he believes Judge’s run “may be more impressive than Barry Bonds’ 73”.
Despite Judge’s statistical brilliance — he’s on track to win the AL Triple Crown — a Superstar in Los Angeles It’s the second consecutive season that he’s putting up unprecedented numbers on the mound and at the plate.
Shohei Ohtani vs Aaron Judge: The AL MVP debate
Ben Verlander and Alex Curry provide their weekly American League MVP update as Aaron Judge and Shohei Ohtani continue to make their case for the award.
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