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Aaron Judge's record-setting home run hits auction

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Aaron Judge is on the cusp of making history — just steps away from setting Yankees and American League home run records Haruka – and we’ve been told those baseballs are worth a fortune at auction!

The 30-year-old NYY slugger leads with 60 All MLB, no one else even comes close (Yordan Alvarez has 39 HRs). What’s more, the 6-foot-7 midfielder is knocking on the door of history…and baseball is less of a lottery than a lottery, according to David Kohler from SCP Auctions.

On Tuesday night, the judge tied Babe Ruth’s single-season all-time high (60 hours) – which Bambino set in 1927 – Kohler estimates the ball The value is between $100-150,000!

The fans who caught 60 returned it to the referee to In exchange for signed bats and balls. His buddies also got signed baseballs. good deal?

The big one for the next home run — No. 61 — — it will be Matching Yankees and American League records…by Roger Maris

, you guessed it, 1961 .

that ball , according to Kohler, worth between $200-250K!

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Homer No. 62 will set a new Yankees and AL record and could fetch more than $500,000 at auction.

and , for the last HR judge blast, whatever the number…that ball could be worth over $1 million!

Make the ball more valuable… The sports memorabilia market is on fire , and the New York Yankees’ Merchandise has traditionally done well on the block .

Ball Hawk Zack Hample Says Judge, Pujols Will Get HR Balls If He Catches Them

The Yankees have 15 games left in the regular season…putting Judge on track to easily pass Maris.

This season, Judge’s home run is a little better than every 9 at bat… …which means AJ will finish the race in about 66 hours.

Ball Hawk Zack Hample Says Judge, Pujols Will Get HR Balls If He Catches Them

The historical single-season record is a bit puzzling. In 2001, Barry Bonds hit a whopping 73 at-bats…but,

Is he cheating ?

Ball Hawk Zack Hample Says Judge, Pujols Will Get HR Balls If He Catches Them

Ball Hawk Zack Hample Says Judge, Pujols Will Get HR Balls If He Catches Them

Roger Maris' Son Hoping Aaron Judge Falls Short Of HR Record, 'But Wish Him The Best!' Ball Hawk Zack Hample says judge, Pujols will get HR balls if he catches them

Ball Hawk Zack Hample Says Judge, Pujols Will Get HR Balls If He Catches Them

Same deal with Sammy Sosa (66) and Mark McGwell (70) in 1998. Many credit the home run game for bringing fans back to the baseball field after the hit. However, Sosa and McGwire are both steroid users.

SCP auctions off some of the most coveted home runs in baseball…including Bonds’ record-setting 756th HR ball ($752,467), tied for 755th ball ($186,750) Legend Hank Aaron , and 762nd HR Ball ($362,000), an all-time career record.

They also unloaded Alex Rodriguez ($103,579), McGwire ($50,162 ) and Bond’s 500th hour ball ($303,277).

Apparently, outside of Roger, the home run record is a bit tainted…that’s why a lot of people believe that if Aaron hits 62+, he’ll be recognized as a true single-season homer record holder.

And, because of that…some fans are about to catch a million-dollar souvenir.

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