Despite cooling off, going 2-for-11, and being held without a home run in four games against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium over the weekend, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge leads the American League in all three Triple Crown categories, with just ten days remaining in the regular season.
Public.com, an investment platform, has offered $1 million to the fan who catches the priceless ball.
MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds claimed that the New York Yankees nearly traded four-time All-Star slugger Aaron Judge to the Los Angeles Angels this past spring.
If the Yankees truly want their fans to be able to watch Judge make history on their own network, this certainly would be a bold way to do it.
The other major subplot to Judge's season is that he remains unsigned beyond this season and will be the most sought-after free agent on the market if the Yankees are unable to re-sign him before the winter.
Assuming they lock up the AL East, the Yankees will open the postseason on Oct. 11.
According to Seth Rothman of the YES Network, Judge's throw clocked in at 92.3 MPH and was his 14th-fastest throw of 2022.
Along with Judge's record-breaking home run numbers, the outfielder's OPS rankings are also incredible, as his 1.126 OPS leads all MLB hitters.
On Tuesday night, New York Yankees All-Star slugger Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run of the season off of Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Wil Crowe to equal a mark famously reached by legend Babe Ruth during the 1927 campaign.
The Red Sox-Yankees clash Friday is scheduled to be broadcast exclusively on Apple TV+. This has infuriated countless fans who don't subscribe to the streaming service and are hoping to potentially watch the record-breaker in real time.
Pittsburgh Pirates left-handed pitcher Eric Stout defended his actions when speaking with reporters after what became a 14-2 blowout loss for Pittsburgh.
Given the history being chased in the final weeks of the MLB season, it makes sense that Yankees fans booed the heck out of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Eric Stout when he walked Aaron Judge in his final at-bat of the night on four pitches out of the zone.
Torres is the first Yankee to hit two blasts in an inning since Alex Rodriguez did it against the Rays on Oct. 4, 2009.
Judge's record-tying and record-setting home run balls will be in high demand should they find their way onto the market.
Well-known MLB collector Zack Hample will not be at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday night when Aaron Judge attempts to at least tie the all-time American League single-season record of 61 home runs set by Yankees legend Roger Maris in 1961.
Gregg Giannotti of New York sports radio station WFAN blasted the fan for the decision during a segment that aired Wednesday morning.
As Judge's 60th homer tied him with none other than Babe Ruth in the record books, a fascinating connection linked Judge and Pirates pitcher Wil Crowe to the Bambino.
David Kohler from SCP Auctions says that Judge's 60th home run baseball could've been worth $100-150K on the memorabilia market.
Could the Mets pry Judge from their crosstown rival?
Many people who score a piece of sports memorabilia at an actual game would probably be tempted to keep it but that wasn't the case for the fan who caught Judge's 60th home run ball.
New York Yankees All-Star slugger Aaron Judge equaled the mark reached by club legend Babe Ruth during the 1927 season when he crushed his 60th home run
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge further etched himself in the history books on Tuesday night, hitting his 60th home run of the season in a comeback win over the Pirates.
As mentioned by ESPN stats, the Yankees All-Star slugger began Tuesday leading all of MLB with 59 home runs, 127 RBI, and an OPS of 1.120.
New York Yankees All-Star slugger Aaron Judge began Tuesday leading all of MLB with 59 home runs on the season and on the cusp of making history possibly
With a .316 batting average, a Triple Crown is potentially within reach for Judge as well as the single-season homer record.
As Judge's MVP campaign has picked up steam, so has free agency speculation.
While the Dodgers have kept a core group of players intact for most of the team’s playoff streak, they haven’t approached the success of the Yankees.
The race for the hardware may be the most tightly contested of all the major awards in MLB this fall, as both superstars could make very legitimate cases for being named the MVP.