Aaron Judge’s home runs mean wins for the Yankees

Wednesday nightAaron Judge captured a piece of Major League history by hitting his 61st home run of the season with which he tied the historic record for most home runs in the American League that had been held by Roger Maris since 1961.

With the historic 61 home run ball off the market, hundreds of fans are interested in not only seeing the potential 61 home run but try to capture the ball that according to some specialists could fetch six figures at sports memorabilia auctionsa.

The Yankees start this afternoon in the Bronx a series against the Baltimore Orioles.

Ninth New York fans want to be a part of the experience. Never in the history of the sport has a man hit 62 home runs in pinstripes, not even on the young circuit.

According to Vivid Seats, tickets for Game 1 of this weekend’s rivalry range from $74 to $3,085.

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And it is that every time the Judge blows the fence there is a high probability that the Yankees fans will celebrate a victory of their team.

Until now, the mighty Bombers outfielder he has hit 49 homers in games the Yanks went on to win, just two shy of the MB mark set by Babe Ruth in 1927.

The Yankees won their first division championship since 2019 securing a first-round bye and home-court advantage in the Division Series.

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The triple crown within reach.

In fact, Judge has every motivation to keep going full throttle: His next home run will help him pass Maris and become the only record holder in Yankees history and stay in the Triple Crown conversation along with it. of the American League

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