Aaron Judge reached 61 home runs in the year in which Roger Center in Toronto, Canada. The ‘Judge‘ tied the record for most home runs in a season in the american league established by the also player of the yankees of New York, Roger Maris in 1961.
With the score 3-3 in the top of the seventh inning and with a maximum count, Judge hit the ball that landed him in the record books in baseball history bombers of Bronx and baseball The majors. The ball shot out at 117.4 mph, the strongest of the season for the Californian.
It took 61 seasons for another player from the yankees will reach the 61 home runs he hit Roger Marissetting a record for the american league in the 1961 season. Judge has the opportunity to establish a new record in the young circuit of the Big leagues.
Judge now accompanies Maris in the seventh position in the list of campaigns with the most home runs in the history of the big top who heads Barry Bonds, who in 2001 hit 73 full lap sticks; breaking the 70 mark Mark McGwire established in 1998.
A Roger Maris it took him until the last regular-season game to pass the mark of Babe Ruth was 60 established in 1927. The star of the yankees he hit that home run on October 1, 1961; Judge for his part did it in the 155th game of the campaign for the yankeesin September and just one day after the bombers of Bronx won the division title East of the American League.
Judge added seven games without hitting a home run, a rare drought for ‘El Judge‘ due to the production it has in 2022 where it competes
also for taking the triple batting crown that consists of leading the list of home runs, batting percentage and produced runs.
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