The slugger Aaron Judge, figure of the New York Yankeesequaled Roger Maris’ home run mark on Wednesday night, after connecting his 61st home run of the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) campaign.
— Yankees Baseball (@Yankees_Beisbol) September 29, 2022
After 21 shifts without taking the ball out of the park, “The Judge” punished a shipment by Tim Mayza, reliever of the Toronto Blue Jays, to tie Maris’s historical record and break the parity on the scoreboard.
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In accordance with Baseball Savantthe powerhouse outfielder’s connection, with a runner at first, posted an exit speed of 117.4 miles per hour and traveled 394 feet.
— MLB (@MLB) September 29, 2022
With this four-corner hit, Aaron Judge reached 130 RBIs.
The New York ranger will have seven games left to set a new record for most home runs in a season in both the American League and the Yankees organization.
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