Aaron Judge has broken home runs throughout the season. In fact, he was hitting baseball at a historic turf field.
Judge’s tenacity in running at home made him go down in history. No, he probably won’t beat Barry Bonds ’73 in a single season or Mark McGuire 70, but those are different times for baseball. In reality. No MLB player has hit 60 home runs in a single season since the league began testing steroids in 2003.
Going into tonight’s game against the Boston Red Sox, Judge finds himself very close to 20 games remaining on the schedule after this one.
Sitting in 55 runs home in the sixth, Judge got one turn closer with an absolute rocket into the center of the field at historic Fenway Park.