Aaron JudgeNew York Yankees outfielder, set AL record for home runs last season and in 2023 has not lost step.
‘The Judge’ hit a solo home run in his first at bat in the game against the Cincinnati Reds and with it he spun seven consecutive games with a four-cornered stick.
Judge found a Ben Lively fastball He was traveling at 92.8 miles per hour and after impact his speed increased to 109 mph until he left Great American Ball Park through center field.
with this shot, the Yankees reached 13 this season and tied Adolis Garcia of the Texas Rangers. The leader in this category is Pete Alonso, of the New York Mets, with 16. The other player who registers more than Judge is Max Muncy, of the Los Angeles Dodgers, with 15.
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Aaron Judge’s home run streak
After hitting six home runs in the first 26 games of the season, Judge has had a spectacular run with seven in the last seven games.
It all started with two home runs against the Tampa Bay Rays in a May 13 win. After closing the series against the Floridas without another HR, ‘The Judge’ hit a pair of home runs in the first of the series against the Toronto Blue Jays. In the second and in the fourth he added one more.