Aaron Judge robbed Shohei Ohtani of a home run in Yankees win

The second game of the series between the Yankees and the Angelsthe ‘Bronx Bombers’ they were thirsty for revenge as they had lost in the first game 5-2.

on this occasion Aaron Judge was the master and lord of the center field and managed to steal a home run from Shohei Ohtanithis fact would end up being a factor for the triumph of the new york ninth.

The facts…

Judge took a high leap against the center field wall to prevent the ball from landing in Monument Park.

The ball connected by Ohtani’s bat at 111.5 mph, struck Judge on the bottom of his glove and then rebounded. The umpire landed the ball in his glove and flashed a relieved smile.

Later Judge hit his two-run home run off a pitch from pitcher Griffin Canning (with Anthony Volpe on base). The ball shot out at 111.7 mph and reached 412 feet; this is his sixth of the season.

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