NEW YORK – After launching his 60th home run of the season, Aaron Judge came to the plate 21 times in Yankee Stadium, with a home crowd eager to witness his name in the record books.
The Yankees slugger scored three doubles before skipping an 404-foot fly into center field.
But the chase for Roger Maris’ single-season franchise and AL record-setting 61 homers is moved towards Canada in the coming three matches starting on Monday’s opener in Toronto.
“It’s not our final on the field, and we’re we shouldn’t be so worried”, Judge said. Judge declared after the Yankees won 2-0 despite rain at the end of last night’s.
The members belonging to the Maris family are likely for a trip towards Toronto in the company of Yankees The Yankees Judge confirmed that the parents of his son, Wayne as well as Patty, are expected to be with them, as well.
“I believe so. They’re retired. They’re not doing anything”, The Judge stated. “They must be present.”
A more direct more directly, an Yankees victory is the beginning of an atmosphere of celebration.
Luis Severino starts Monday night’s game against the second-place Blue Jays, and a Yankees win could secure the only AL East title since 2019 and only their second since they won it in 2012.
“I’m playing until we’ve clinched”
If there was an eighth inning bottom of seventh Sunday Judge (1-for-2 — double and walk) could have opened the seventh inning with a second attempt at tying Maris with 46,707 people.
However, a steady rain stopped the game after six innings, making umpires call it after the delay of 98 minutes.
That’s it, Nestor Cortes winds up with a shutout of just one hit and the 94-58 Yankees winning seven consecutive matches and eleven of the final 13 – have sent the champagne for celebration for Rogers Centre. Rogers Centre.
“We’re excited for this moment, but we have more to be done”, said Cortes. “We should continue to repeat the same declaration.”
If you’re thinking of changing to move the Judge Watch north of the border,, “I enjoy the circus the most,” said manager Aaron Boone, unmoved by the five-day stall that runs at 60.
“We just got 6-1 on our homestand, as (Judge) was right in the middle of of it,” Boone stated. “The game will be played out.”
Judge was the designated hitter on Sunday, hitting an RBI down the line in the contest against Red Sox rookie right-hander Brayan Bello, before walking and sending an unorthodox fly to the center.
At .314, Judge was a just a tiny fraction of a point clear that of Boston’s Xander Bogaerts (also at .314) in the AL bat race, which has 10 games to go in the race as Judge is aiming for the Triple Crown.
Judge has been in the starting line-up for the first Yankees game since August. 5 however “I’m good and fully prepared Judge added, noting that the absence of dates from the regular season are “really helped me and assisted this group out.”
Additionally, “I’m playing ’til we finish this division.”
“It’ll be spectacular”
Boone anticipates that he will continue to write Judge’s name on the roster until there is a new announcement.
“I just would like him to be where that he’s been at, managing this well”,” Boone spoke of Judge 4 for 15 (.267) and with 6 strikes and six walks since the home run of The home run was not a hit. 60.
“With you, you know the possibility that eventually (no. 61) will be the case, therefore I’m not putting any hopes on it. I believe he’ll make it and when you do, it will be spectacular.”
Judge increased his season-high on-base streak, which stretches to 24 consecutive games on Sunday. his Yanks winning on Jose Trevino’s two-out fourth-inning RBI single, and Rob Refsnyder’s sixth-inning lost fly ball to the right.
The crowds gathered to watch Judge start a new chapter in history.
“It’s difficult. It’s almost like they happen on accident”,” Judge stated of going deep. “Homers are more likely to be thrown than hit, but to be truthful, but it requires the right pitch in the appropriate context.
“It’s difficult to explain. It’s just a matter of time. This is why I typically sprint out of the box whenever I run, and you don’t realize.”