Yankees’ Aaron Judge equals Roger Maris for home run record

of the New York Yankees Aaron Judge made baseball history.

The 30-year-old hit his 61st home run of the season against the Toronto Blue Jays on Sept. 28 to officially tie the game. Roger MarisAmerican League record. Seven historic shots were when the judges smashed the ball. Tim Mayza Over the left field wall at the Rogers Center.

in front of Maris Babe Ruth Recorded 60 home runs in 1927 season.

With seven games to go, Judges could well surpass Maris’ 1961 record for most home runs in a season.However, he still needs 12 successful hits if he wants to match Barry BondMLB record for 73 single-season home runs, set in 2001 during the league’s controversial “steroid era.” ESPN.

But that doesn’t mean judges can’t make history books again. After all, Bonds recently predicted that an outfielder could hit more home runs after his 61st hit.

trying to reach that 61 The most difficult one,” he told the outlet on Sept. 26. When he gets there, he’ll probably hit it five or six times in a row after that. 61 key moments. “

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