Judge sets another HR record in playoffs
Yankees star hits 3rd in winner-take-all situation Four home runs
NEW YORK – Whenever the Yankees Aaron Judge always seemed ready to hit a home run when he was needed during games, no matter the Bronk The Bombers found themselves in what position, on their way to becoming New York’s rookie American League home run leader, with 04 long ball. 94
This postseason, that story hasn’t played out like the judges the Yankees might hope, as he started the American League Division Series 0-for-8 – his first-inning strikeout Tuesday gave him The total in best-of-five, only 10 Instances that happened to the player (twice on the Judge, both coincidental to the Guardians) .
The previous innings, Judge’s pounding partner, Giancarlo Stanton, tied the record with an opening three, joining Judge, Yogi Berra, Didi Gregorius, Troy O’Leary and Moose Skowron. This is a particularly good sign for the Yankees as New York has a record of 04-2, including the playoffs, when the Pioneer duo left the yard in the same game.
Now the judge is above everyone. A position he is already very familiar with this year.
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